Here a very comprehensive book:
MEDICAL ASTROLOGY: Healing for the 21st Century – Marcia Starck, $22.00
Contents: Foreword by Jeff Jawer; Introduction; 1. History of Medical Astrology; 2. Analyzing the Horoscope: Elements & Quadruplicities; 3. Planets; 4. Signs & Houses; 5. Asteroids, Chiron, Moon’s Nodes; 6. Declinations & Fixed Stars; 7. Midpoints; 8. Progressions, Transits & Eclipses; 9. Diseases of the Immune System; 10. Metabolic Diseases 11. Gastrointestinal Problems; 12. Cardiovascular Diseases; 13. Gynecological Problems; 14. Eyes; 15. Arthritis; 16. Alcoholism & Drug Addiction; 17. Cancer; 18. AIDS & HIV Infections; 19. Neuromuscular Diseases: Multiple Sclerosis; 20. Neurodegenerative Diseases: Parkinson’s & Altzheimer’s; Attention Deficit Disorder; 22. Bipolar Disorder; 23. Schizophrenia; 24. Electional Charts.
Appendices: A. Calculation of Midpoints; B. Anatomical Meaning of Zodiacal Degrees; C. Astrological Birth Control; D. Decumbiture Charts; E. Supplement Recommendations; F. Herbal Recommendations. Bibliography: General astrology; Medical astrology; Health & healing.
Comment: A fascinating discussion of medical astrology, based on the author’s many decades of observation & research (this is her third book). For each of the many topics (listed above), the author supplies case histories, horoscope analysis, specific midpoints, transits & progressions, as well as suggestions for specific supplements & herbs. Appendix B: Anatomical Meaning of Zodiacal Degrees, is based on the work of Mary Vohryzek (out of print, alas). The descriptions bear a casual relationship to the work of C.E.O. Carter (Encyclopedia of Psychological Astrology). Starck lists Carter’s book in her bibliography, but apparently did not see the connections. All-in-all an essential & classic book.
Earth Medicine Press, 335 pages.
I can recommend the Robert Carl Jansky’s book Astrology, Nutrition, & Health.
Seven chapters are available now, beginning with Chapter One. This book is a MUST READ for any astrologer and any reader interested even remotely in the astrology of nutrition and health. No modern writer to date has such accurate insights on the subject.
Jansky combined his interest in these topics with a strong background and training in biochemistry, also his father’s life work, and this no doubt contributed to his obtaining, wearing, and never losing the championship belt of the Father of Medical Astrology.
Robert Jansky was a pioneer in the realm of medical astrology, and his work has not been touched, rivaled, nor neared by any other writer since, including names like Omar Garrison, Noel Tyl, even Charles E.O. Carter.
Here few more:
Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology – H.L. Cornell, Weiser, Astrology Classics, hardcover
Medical Astrology: A guide to planetary pathology – Judith Hill, Stellium Press
Medical Astrology – Eileen Nauman, Blue Turtle Publishing
How to Give Astrological Health Reading – Diane Cramer, AFA
Medical Astrology: Healing for the 21st Century – Marcia Starck, Earth Medicine Press
Encyclopaedia of Psychological Astrology – C.E.O. Carter, Astrology Classics
Astrological Judgement & Practice of Physick, deducted from the position of the Heavens at the decumbiture of the sick person – Richard Saunders, Astrology Classics
Astrological Judgement of Diseases from the Decumbiture of the Sick – Nicholas Culpeper, Astrology Classics