by Christine Breen Williams, ISHom
The New Zealand Council of Homeopaths (NZCH) recently endorsed the findings of a Swiss report which many claim to be the most comprehensive analysis and study of homeopathy ever undertaking by a government. According to the report homeopathic treatment is efficient and cost-effective and should be reimbursed by the Swiss NHS and insurance schemes...
by Douglas Brown, CCH, FNP, RSHom(NA)
It's 1849, and a cholera epidemic is sweeping through Cincinnati. The morgues are filling up faster than people can be buried. 45 to 60% of patients admitted to the allopathic medical hospitals die. Yet in the homeopathic hospitals, only 3% of cholera patients die...
Editor's Note from Christine Breen: Doug Brown discusses a brief history of homeopathy, its rise and decline and its present resurgence, and then examines how "the model of health care we select is intimately tied to our deepest beliefs about what causes illness, and what constitutes health." He also shares with readers a cured case from his own practice.
Editor's Note from Christine Breen: A film showing the potential of homeopathy in the reversal of autistic spectrum disorder.
by Robert Field, RSHom(NA), CTHom
The purpose of this report is to share with you the things you need to know when the idea has hit you that you want to become a homeopath but don’t know the first thing about how to get there. Homeopathy is a science. The practice of homeopathy is an art. How do you bring these two elements together? That’s the job of the homeopath...
Editor's Note from Christine Breen: In this article, part of Robert Field's wonderful series: Homeopathy Tips from his Resonance School of Homeopathy in Nevada, he explains how to become a homeopath and uses examples from his own school: Resonance School of Homeopathy.
by Todd Rowe, MD, MD(H), CCH, DHt
All homeopathic practitioners have favorite remedies that they prescribe and remedies that they ignore. When a practitioner has success with a remedy, there is a very human tendency to prescribe that remedy more frequently. Likewise, when a remedy has not produced successful results, to ignore that and tend to use it less often...
by Glen Dupree, DVM
Once we have corrected hygiene, have allowed the patient to settle back into a consistent pattern of symptoms which more nearly reflect the true state of health of the patient, and have completed all our examinations, then is the time to treat our patient...
Editor´s Note from Cathy Alinovi: In this second article about veterinary homeopathy, Dr Glen shares the laws of homeopathy. An artist at discerning the totality of a patient's symptom - let's see how Dr Glen uses these laws to treat his patients homeopathically and provide cure.
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