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Treatment Guideline for Homoeopathic Medicine. Founder of Homoeopathy. Dr. Christian Fredrich Samuel Hahnemann. (). Passionate Medicine is a compelling record of the journeys of five doctors and two veterinary surgeons from conventional medicine to homeopathy. This ebook provides reference to and description of over (!) clinical trials testing the efficacy of homeopathic medicine that were published in peer-review.

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Abstract Here we describe the results of some experimental laboratory studies aimed at verifying the efficacy of high dilutions of substances and of homeopathic medicines in models of inflammation and immunity. Studies carried out on basophils, lymphocytes, granulocytes and fibroblasts are reviewed. The current situation is that few and rather small groups are working on laboratory models for homeopathy.

Regarding the interpretation of data in view of the simile principle, we observe that there are different levels of similarity and that the laboratory data give support to this principle, but have not yet yielded the ultimate answer to the action mechanism of homeopathy.

Evidence of the biological activity in vitro of highly diluted-dynamized solutions is slowly accumulating, with some conflicting reports. This kind of uncertainty may be difficult to accept, but is conceivably the most open-minded position now.

In this contribution we analyze the experimental evidence on cells and laboratory systems. Our aim is not to justify the clinical use of homeopathic medicines but to present evidence showing that substances prepared according to the homeopathic method have some effects on the immune system and inflammation.

This may be the first step for a re-evaluation of homeopathy as a worthwhile field for basic and clinical investigations. We are perfectly aware that the classical experimental approach to immunology based on the laboratory, animal and clinical experiments, typical of academic medicine and the current international scientific literature, can help us to understand only some of the aspects of homeopathy. Below, we describe the principal results of experimental studies aimed at verifying the efficacy of homeopathic medicines or, more limitedly, at verifying the main principles of homeopathy e.

People thought I was crazy. He started doing homeopathic stuff with herbs and vitamin therapy. Marcel Dinnet.

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Cindy said she carries these medicines in case of bee stings, mosquito bites, and bruises. King died in January , in an alternative medicine hospital in Mexico, her family let it be known that her special interest in homeopathic medicine led her to this hospital, even though she arrived there in end-stage disease.

Although homeopathy cannot save everyone from disease or death, its history of safety and efficacy will no longer be forgotten as a part of history.

He is a British singer, musician, and songwriter who the Guiness Book of World Records lists as the most successful composer in popular music history.


He has written or co-written more than fifty top-ten hits, and innumerable other music artists and orchestras have recorded his songs. She was prescribed a round of antibiotics that worked but only temporarily. She then went to a homeopathic doctor. Not only did her symptoms go away rapidly, they never returned.

It is hard to imagine, but during the early s this powerful woman was literally brought to her knees by a diagnosis of tuberculosis. She initially sought conventional medical treatment, but continued to suffer, until she sought care from Chandra Sharma, MD, a homeopathic doctor in England. Tina considered him her doctor and her friend. She does not deprive herself. She sips wine at dinner, does not diet, does not take vitamins.

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He is considered one of the greatest South American writers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Perhaps the most well-known of his many novels is One Hundred Years of Solitude. Many of his writings are drawn from his own life. Because his father was trained as a medical doctor and a pharmacist who practiced homeopathy, this medical subject has been a part of several of his novels and short stories.

Then, struggling in poverty when her husband abandons her and her eleven children, she seeks to make a better life for her family by making a living as a homeopathic pharmacist. It would be difficult to cite any proposition less obnoxious to science than that advanced by Hahnemann, to wit, that drugs which in large doses produced certain symptoms, counteract them in very small doses, just as in modern practice it is found that a sufficiently small inoculation with typhoid rallies our powers to resist the disease instead of prostrating us with it.

But Hahnemann and his followers were frantically persecuted for a century by generations of apothecary-doctors whose incomes depended on the quantity of drugs they could induce their patients to swallow. These two cases of ordinary vaccination and homeopathy are typical of all the rest. It has really nothing to do with science. Under such circumstances vaccination would be defended desperately were it twice as dirty, dangerous and unscientific in method as it really is.

This accumulation of fluid around the testicle normally requires surgery, but Shaw experienced a rapid cure without recurrence. Wright expressed complete incredulity, while Shaw retorted that Wright had no scientific attitude or simple curiosity.

Would you, Shaw, trouble to get out of your chair if I called from the next room. Salinger J. Salinger Jerome David Salinger, — , known as J.


Salinger, gained his reputation as a result of his novel The Catcher in the Rye Salinger wrote a couple of other books after this and several short stories, but ultimately, he has become one of the most private and reclusive modern-day authors. He spends several hours each day studying homeopathic books, and he regularly prescribes homeopathic medicines to people and animals. At one point, Maynard describes a visit by her mother, who had an infected toe at the time. After an interview with her, Jerry prescribed a homeopathic medicine, and within minutes, her toe swelled considerably and then burst, after which the pain disappeared instantly Maynard, , Beethoven Beethoven Ludwig van Beethoven — is generally considered the greatest composer in the history of music.

He was born in Bonn, Germany but moved to Vienna in his early twenties to study music with Joseph Haydn. Somewhere around he began suffering from tinnitus noises in the ear and hearing loss.

Beethoven also experienced severe gastrointestinal distress, powerful headaches he even had several teeth pulled in the hopes of relieving some of his pain , an abscessed jaw, recurrent rheumatic pains, and frequent cardiac arrhythmia which he set to music in a piano sonata, Opus 81a, Les abieux. Historians are lucky to have a rich cache of letters to and from Beethoven as well as his Conversation Books, the writing pads that he used to communicate with others when he could no longer hear audible speech.

There are references by Beethoven to homeopathy in this written documentation, and it is well known that his doctor between and was Dr. Anton Braunhofer, a professor of biology at the University of Vienna. Braunhofer also recommended certain dietary changes, including avoidance of wine, coffee, and spices.

In late April , Beethoven was suffering from inflammation of his bowel, and in May he was spitting blood. Several sources acknowledge that the treatment allowed him to return to work and finish a quartet in July String Quartet in A Minor, Op. Ultimately, Beethoven expressed such appreciation to and for Dr. Composers such as Beethoven, literary greats such as Goethe, and many others in the creative arts were known to join the political leaders and the wealthy classes of Germans in going to homeopathic doctors and to spas and natural medicine centers in Teplitz, Marienbad, and Driburg Maretzki and Seidler, , — In early February , Ignaz Schuppanzigh — , a violinist, friend, and teacher of Beethoven, assured Beethoven that Braunhofer was very skillful, and further, he told him that their mutual close friend and confident Nikolaus Zmeskall, who had suffered from gout, was particularly enthusiastic about homeopathy Albrecht, , In late February , Braunhofer treated Beethoven for symptoms of dysentery and gout, at which time he discouraged Beethoven from drinking coffee, because, the doctor said, it would be bad for his stomach and his nerves over the long term, even though the stimulant effect would seem to provide temporary relief Mai, , When Beethoven asked Braunhofer to come to Baden to treat him, Braunhofer declined, saying that it was too far a distance to travel.

It should also be noted that even though the emperor of Austria had declared the practice of homeopathic medicine to be illegal in and even though it remained illegal until that emperor died in , homeopathy was still practiced by a small and select group of highly respected physicians and even priests.

Matthias Marenzeller, captain of the medical corps in Vienna, was a leading advocate of homeopathy, as was Father Veith — , pastor at the famed St.

Stephens Cathedral in Vienna. Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy. Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi —, spiritual leader for independence had strong interest in and support for homeopathy, which stimulated interest in this school of medical thought and practice. Das and Pandit Motilal Nehru which had led me to seek homeopathic aid.

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They had always wanted me to give it a trial. Government must encourage and patronize it in our country.

Late Dr. Hahnemann was a man of superior intellectual power and means of saving of human life having a unique medical nerve. I bow before his skill and the Herculean and humanitarian labour he did.

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His memory wakes us again and you are to follow him, but the opponents hate the existence of the principles and practice of homeopathy which in reality cures a larger percentage of cases than any other method of treatment and it is beyond all doubt safer and more economical and the most complete medical science.

Rabindranath Tagore — is widely recognized as the greatest writer in modern Indian literature. He was a Bengali poet, novelist, educator, and an early advocate of independence for India. Tagore won the Nobel Prize for Literature in Two years later he was awarded knighthood, but he surrendered it in to protest against the massacre of Amritsar, where British troops killed hundreds of Indian demonstrators.

Diwan Jai Chand — , a highly respected Indian homeopath whose two sons and grandson are also leaders of Indian homeopathy. Lindsay Wagner Lindsay Wagner Lindsay Wagner — is an actress best known for her starring and Emmy-winning role on The Bionic Woman and her socially significant television films.

This superwoman has authored books on both vegetarianism and acupressure and has significant respect for homeopathy. She serves on the advisory board of the National Center for Homeopathy www. It is an exquisite and powerful form of bringing the body and emotions back to balance and health. I am eternally grateful to those who brought this special modality to my attention.

He began playing the violin at age 3, and his first public performance, with the San Francisco Symphony, occurred when he was only 7. Due to ailments he experienced from the strain of performing and traveling, he began practicing yoga and meditation and using homeopathic medicines. He became the honorary president of the Hahnemann Society, a leading British homeopathic organization. In early , I sent him a copy of a book I had written on homeopathy.

He responded: Homeopathy attracted me because it is so subtle, so discreet and so effective in approach to the whole human being, and I have certainly met some remarkable people who practice it. For me it is a personal preference as I try to steer clear of all doctors, as few have this commitment, and it is because I find that the world deals these days so much in terms of size and mass and volume and is always striving for bigger mass and bigger volume.

The mentality that seems to dominate is meeting one mass with a greater one in order to overcome the lesser. This is, of course, nonsense, as any thinking human being knows, for it does not apply to human life. Many people close to me have benefited from homeopathy.

The Scottish Doyle popularized the field of crime fiction and put Scotland Yard on the map. He was a prolific writer who also wrote science fiction, historical novels, plays, romances, poetry, and nonfiction.

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In many ways, being a good homeopath is a lot like being Sherlock Holmes. A good homeopath probes and probes and probes, asking open-ended questions that lead patients to describe what they are experiencing in their own words. A good homeopath is open to hearing things he or she does not expect, and makes the best use of unusual symptoms that the sick person describes. Homeopaths usually conduct a conventional diagnosis, but they then always seek to find the symptoms that are unusual for the diagnosis, and these unique symptoms are vital in selecting the medicine for the patient.

Many people are familiar with this novel because several movies were made of it including a pioneering silent film with stop-motion special effects of the dinosaurs done by the same wizard who later created the special effects for the original King Kong. Ultimately, we must all feel quite blessed that Doyle was not so appreciative of homeopathic medicine that he practiced it rather than writing his stories.

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