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The homeopathic therapeutic relationship – a patient-centered union

Guest Post Written by Uta Mittelstadt (The Author) The alliance between homeopath and patient is a critical one. The homeopath, by way of the homeopathic principles, requires of the patient to share, reveal, and convey in explicit detail the nature of what ails him [1]. The patient needs of the homeopath, in order to feel secure […]

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No more Tension on Hypertension

Guest Post Written by Dr. Muhammed Rafeeque (The Author) Introduction There are several health related myths among the public. In common usage, many people consider some normal body functions and even the name of some organs as diseases. For example: Blood Pressure (BP), Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), Blood sugar, Cholesterol, Thyroid, Gastric, etc. are considered as names […]

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Medicine and The Placebo Effect

Guest Post Written by Vinton McCabe (The Author) I have been doing a lot of thinking lately about the “placebo effect.” Mostly because I have noticed that the Skeptics—that crazy-quilt of organizations in the English speaking world who are making such a noise on the internet when it comes to something near and dear to my […]

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Homeopathic Treatment of Sick Plants and Trees

Guest Post Written by Vaikunthanath Das Kaviraj (The Author) Plants and trees do get sick like we humans do. Then what to do? Take the help of Homeopathy to revive and energise them. Agrohomeopathy is a branch of homeopathy where homeopathic medicines including nosodes and auto-nosodes are used by farmers and gardeners on sick plants and trees and […]

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Homeopathy Follows an Eternal Law

Guest Post Written by Iman Navab (The Author) According to an encyclopedia such as Wikipedia, the science of Astronomy (not to be confused with Astrology) is one of the oldest sciences. Astronomy is a natural science that deals with the study of celestial objects such as stars, planets and galaxies. The field of professional astronomy split […]

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Zinc And Its Use In Homeopathy

Guest Post Written by Debby Bruck, CHom INTRODUCTION The elemental mineral Zinc plays an important role in well being. Studies shows that zinc effects our sense of smell, the skin, the nervous system and mental faculties. Medical research shows zinc as a key element in the treatment of a range of diseases, for example type […]

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Ankylosing Spondylitis and Homeopathy

Guest Post Written by Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma, M.D. Definition Ankylos (Greek), meaning bent It has now come to imply something that restricts motion due to stiffening and may ultimately result in fusion. When the joint loses its mobility and becomes stiff it is said to be ankylosed. Spondylos (Greek), meaning vertebra itis, meaning inflammation […]

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Tongue in Disease and Remedial Diagnosis

Guest Post Written by Dr. Muhammed Rafeeque, BHMS The tongue (Lingua, Glossa) is a muscular organ in the oral cavity that is associated with the function of deglutition, taste and speech. It acts as an easily accessible mirror of the health of a person, and indicates the state of hydration of the body. Some characteristic changes […]

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Guest Blog Series

Every month we will have an honour to introduce/feature one or more homeopaths who have a great deal of expertise in homeopathy and people have admired reading their posts. They will share their expertise in the form of guest blog post which would be published at 5 p.m. (Indian Standard Time). Guest Authors Guidelines for […]

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Hair Problems and Homeopathy

Guest Post Written by Dr. Shreya Deshpande, BHMS Hair fall is one of the commonest symptoms with which patients present to us. Sometimes it is an associated symptom of some other major disease symptom or it is the disease per say. I have not observed any age limit for this problem. Rather, the age limit […]

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Which sports persons uses homeopathy and why?

SPORTS INJURIES Most of the sports injuries are of traumatic type such as bruise, muscle strain, ligament sprain, fractures, etc. Others include muscle soreness, muscle cramps, stiffness, cuts and abrasions. The effect of these injuries is two-fold. One the cells that made up soft tissues gets damaged and the second is fatigue and weakness. Sometimes […]

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What Nobel Laureates said on Homeopathy

Nobel laureates, doctors, scientists, professors and science writers had plenty to say on homeopathy 1. Emil Adolf von Behring (1905) Emil Adolf von Behring (1854–1917) won the first Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1901 for his discovery of the diphtheria antitoxin. Behring wrote: ‘Samuel Hahnemann was right when he took his starting point […]

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Poll: Should pharmaceutical drug treatments be publicly funded by the NHS UK?

Billions of pounds pumped in every year but the state and level of health of a UK citizen is not improving. Instead 10,000 people in Britain die each year due to adverse drug reaction and drug intoxication [1]. More and more people are queuing up for National Health Services (NHS). NHS is in need of […]

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Poll: Which form of medicine would you prefer to use?

This poll is open for voting! You can share this poll at http://bit.ly/wIaMsC Liked the poll. Attempt one more Poll: Should pharmaceutical drug treatments be publicly funded by the NHS UK? WordPress bloggers are requested to reblog this post.

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Homeopatia: Ultimas investigaciones

Originally posted on Natursalus:
A pesar de que desde diversos sectores se  ha estado atacando sistemáticamente a la homeopatía, es un hecho que cada vez más personas en el mundo la utilizan. Esta tendencia se basa principalmente en los magníficos resultados en casos en los que la medicina tradicional o alopática no ha tenido el…

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Doctor getting a feedback

Originally posted on Arvydas's Blog:
Local newspaper writes: A sixty year old man hits a couple of times his doctor in the head with a glass plate Yes, i have been waiting for something like that to happen, otherwise I was starting to think that there is no consequence in this world for all…

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Health basics: Why homeopathy is rapidly gaining acceptance and credibility

Originally posted on E-HOMOEO:
Health basics: Why homeopathy is rapidly gaining acceptance and credibility via Health basics: Why homeopathy is rapidly gaining acceptance and credibility. Why is homeopathy becoming so popular, so quickly? No time in the history of mankind have people beenso sick as they are right now, and conventional medicine is NOT helping.…

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Reality medicine vs fantasy medicine

Originally posted on Heroes Not Zombies:
Two papers published in the Lancet recently present contrasting views of the future of health care. Researchers in Scotland highlighted the fact that many people with chronic conditions suffer from more than one disease at a time. The study looked for 40 chronic conditions among the participants’ data. Researchers found…

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A portrait of Samuel Hahnemann – Part I

Originally posted on hillviewroad:
In the students world of homeopathy we hear plenty of rumors about the elusive Hahnemann. But who was he really, and WHAT was he fighting for? The last few days have taken me on a brief historical trip, with the intention of gaining better insight into the healing mind of Samuel…

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Best Homeopathy Blogs on WordPress

Top 84 WordPress blogs of all times on homeopathy- chosen among those which can be reblogged – not in any particular order/rank. They are must read. Read them. Like them. Comment on them. Follow them. The link is followed by a number which indicates the number of comments on that post General The Science Delusion. Rupert Sheldrake 6 How […]

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Thumbs Up for Homeopathy – the gentle way

Originally posted on Bio-Sil South Africa:
The Swiss government’s exceedingly positive report on homeopathic medicine by Dana Ullman http://www.naturalnews.com The government of Switzerland has a long history of neutrality, and therefore, reports from this government on controversial subjects need to be taken more seriously than other reports from countries that are more strongly influenced by…

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Homeopathy & Medication…

Originally posted on TheWombRoom:
Part 3…. High profile deaths Around the same time, some high-profile women with histories of IVF attempts died of cancer. Journalists Ruth Picardie of The Guardian (UK) died of breast cancer at age 33, and Liz Tilberis (British Vogue and U.S. Harper’s Bazaar) died of ovarian cancer at age 51. Liz’s…

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