Please note, that I am totally dedicated to the art of Homeopathy, and in my opinion, there is nothing better to serve the suffering humanity.
In my 38 years of Homeopathic Practice, I have seen thousands of homeopathic cures, even in so called "incurable" cases. It all depends on the procedure adopted in the treatment of each individual case. We must look thoroughly and deeply in any illness with a proper case taking, understanding illness and then selecting a proper homeopathic… Continue
Added by Dr Shashi Mohan Sharma on April 17, 2009 at 9:30pm —
: Homeopathy is a highly debated but often used medical treatment. With this cohort study we aimed to evaluate health status changes under homeopathic treatment in routine care. Here we extend former results, now presenting data of an 8-year follow-up.
: In a prospective, multicentre cohort study with 103 homeopathic… Continue
Added by Jerry Van den Bosch on April 17, 2009 at 4:15pm —
I spend a lot of time on the Internet, and much of it is spent arguing with people I disagree with. Here are a few tips if you find yourself in an argument.
Stick to what you know. Don't try to argue quantum mechanics, philosophy, or economics if you've never studied them in depth. It's much better to be honest and unassuming.
Keep it short. No one has the patience to read your thousand word argument. Make your point and quit.
Keep it simple. You may think that… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 16, 2009 at 9:08pm —
I have a patient who cannot use the phone due to a tinnitus condition (amongst other things) so I am part way through creating a questionnaire. I thought ..oh great I can pop this on my website as a download which patients can fill in and email back to me...so far so good
Now male and female differences aside we know homeopathy is about individualisation and I am very aware just how completely different my patients are one from the other ...sooo now wondering is the questionnaire good… Continue
Added by Fiona Dilston on April 16, 2009 at 8:00am —
There's another death in the homeopathic community, Dr. Melvyn Smith of Sugarland, Texas died of pancreatic cancer. From his obituary
Smith, his sister said, was an avid student of mythology and metaphysics. And, well into his career as a medical doctor, he became fascinated by alternative medicine. In 1981 he was co-founder of the Texas Society of Homeopathy; 16 years later he was certified by the Council… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 15, 2009 at 8:56pm —
The idea for this Golf Tournament as a fund raiser was inspired by residents of detox facilities who expressed that modalities such as yoga, meditation and now homeopathy have been the most helpful in their struggle with addiction because of a sense of inner peace.
I believe that peace on earth will only be achieved from the inside out, one person at a time, as each one of us grows inner peace we will plant seeds of peace.
How fortunate we are that homeopathy in its very essence… Continue
Added by Albertine Phan on April 15, 2009 at 3:00pm —
sister Debby Bruck,
This is a wholesome concept finding a respite and yet utilising the time for the purpose of Homoeopathy with casual talks and yet with subtle business touch and creating a clan of people who are like minded and uniting them to get into unique approach which likely to slowly unbridled the thoughts and action to patch up the seems to be unseen and yet prevailing differences and when imploring the mind and the resultant explores the possibility of united action,united… Continue
Added by K.Srinivasa Raghavan on April 15, 2009 at 12:16am —
Sir John Maddox, former editor of Nature, died April 12. He was editor during the "Benveniste affair." He first published Benveniste's paper on the action of infinitesmal doses on mast cells and then sent a team to Benveniste's laboratory to debunk him, publishing the account in the next issue of Nature.
Added by Bernie Simon on April 14, 2009 at 9:06pm —
This was posted recently on a skeptic's blog as a response to an attack on vitalism and I thought I'd share it here.
Just as we can distinguish between a computer and the program executed upon it, we can distinguish between the physical and chemical basis of life and life itself. Life acts to preserve the narrow set of conditions that make it possible. It's this activity to conserve and propagate itself which is the vital force. And just as problems with a computer usually aren't… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 14, 2009 at 8:12pm —
In the many drafts during the editorial process in writing the letter to President Obama, I realized I had inadvertently left an asterisk off the end of the last sentence of the first paragraph of the letter which relates to the last page of the letter and the title of the book The Homeopathic Revolution. I want to make sure this credit is given! Continue
This has been corrected on my website which links to the letter!…
Added by Mary Terhune, RN on April 14, 2009 at 11:00am —
Andre Saine gave a talk at the NCH summer school on the principles of homeopathy. It's an interesting presentation of the subject, though obviously not the last word on it. Here are my notes from his talk.
Homeopathy was defined by Hahnemann and must be practiced according to the principles he described. These are:
1. The law of similars, or similia similibus curantur. The sick are most easily, mildly, and permanently cured by the most similar medicine. For example,… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 13, 2009 at 8:56pm —
Chocolate is made from the seeds of the tropical Cacao tree, Theoboma Cacao. The Aztecs used the bean as currency, and European explorers brought it back to the western world in the early 16th century. But why do we love it and why do we crave it? Chocolate today contains a large proportion of fat and sugar which may go some way to explaining chocolate cravings, especially if you have an inherited 'sweet tooth'. But there is more to it than that. In fact, chocolate contains over 300… Continue
Added by Sam Adkins on April 13, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Too many people dismiss homeopathy as a placebo, not stopping to think what a remarkable thing a placebo is. How is it that one can cause a change in one's health simply by believing something is a cure? It's as remarkable as fixing a television set by turning it to a different channel. Our familiarity with the concept of placebo has made it invisible to us. The placebo has become the shadow of medicine, the anti-medicine, when it should point us to a new concept of medicine, one that breaks… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 12, 2009 at 8:20pm —
I thought that that would catch your attention.! Continue
As we now enter the Easter feast of chocolate in the UK. I wanted to share with you something of the role of chocolate in homeopathy. As part of the homeopathic consultation you might be asked “Are there any foods that you crave?”. Many clients will answer chocolate! To verify the usefulness of this as a strong characteristic symptom of the client I then check how much chocolate they actually eat. A bar a day, three bars a day,…
Added by Mike Andrews on April 12, 2009 at 9:00am —
The argument made against homeopathy usually goes like this:
1. There's nothing in homeopathic medicines
2. If there's nothing in them, they can't work
3. Therefore, homeopathic medicines are placebos
It's a strange argument, because placebos work, by definition, and yet there's nothing in a placebo either. So there's at least one example of a kind of medicine with nothing in it that works. So why not two or more? I'm not saying that homeopathy is not a placebo.… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 11, 2009 at 8:51pm —
I've just posted some photos of this visit from last year and some commentary with it here:
Added by Mark O'Sullivan on April 11, 2009 at 3:00pm —
If you'd like to do a free online course and learn how to use homeopathy for first aid emergencies and minor illnesses please go to www.homeopathyworld.com
Added by Mary Aspinwall on April 10, 2009 at 3:18pm —
I recently sent a letter to President Obama asking to restore western homeopathic medicine to our health-care system to restore our health and economy.
Mary Terhune, RN Continue
104 ½ Washington Street
Ayer, MA 01432, USA
April 6, 2009
President Barack Obama
Added by Mary Terhune, RN on April 10, 2009 at 12:30pm —
This was sent to me by a friend who is an MD. She rightly identified this dangerous situation as a "drug driving a superficial illness deep inside the body":
Efalizumab Withdrawn From US Market
Efalizumab (Raptiva), used for the treatment of psoriasis, will no longer be available in the United States because of the risk for progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy.
Added by Jolinda Rockett on April 10, 2009 at 11:05am —
I'm working with a company that runs for almost 20 years for the health and treatment of farm animals, with homeopathy.
We are in Canada and France for the moment. We are dedicated to help the farmers with their daily health problems on their herds, and to teach them how to act more often by themselves, when it's possible.
Here is the website of the company:
In our expertise, we also include the feeding of the herds to try to find the… Continue
Added by Annie Boudreau on April 10, 2009 at 9:23am —