Skeptics and Pharmaceutical Companies Encourage Self Treatment- Its Big Business

One of the biggest false criticisms of homeopaths is that they will prevent someone or a child from getting emergency or acute medical care while they are doing homeopathy. This has been disproven both in the UK and in India.

In India, where homeopathy is well established,  homeopaths work in hospitals and clinics side by side with conventional medical doctors. And when someone sees a professional homeopath in the UK they get MORE engaged in their health care and are in fact, MORE likely to seek diagnosis and care from conventional medical facilities. Homeopaths encourage seeing a medical doctor and getting conventional testing during homeopathic treatment.

But more importantly and tragically, the deflection that pharmaceutically funded skeptic groups are practising is to take away the heat from the fact that the over the counter medication business is BIG BUSINESS. They want to protect that. Last year 34.5 BILLION US dollars in the USA was spent on over the counter medications. Here in the UK over 2.47 BILLION British pounds was spent last year on over the counter medications. []

This is an enormous amount and the sales of over the counter medications encourages self diagnosis and self medication by MILLIONS of people. Even cortisone laden drugs are now available over the counter. This type of activity is advertised and PROMOTED by drug companies. It is too easy for someone to give their children an over the counter medication for a serious problem rather than seeing a professional. Skeptics would like you to ignore that inconvenient truth.

And lets not forget that there are many terrible side effects from these over the counter drugs. Tragically, the leading cause of liver failure in children is  Paracetamol also called acetaminophen.

So lets get real. Homeopathy has an incredible 200 year history of safety and efficacy. Registered homeopaths are conscientious professionals you can rely upon for safe and effective medical care in conjunction with conventional diagnostic resources.

Canadian Reporters Lie to Public Officials in Their Attack on Homeopathy

Canadian Broadcasting Company or Canadian funded  reporters are on a mission to destroy homeopathy and anyone who criticizes their reporters. First a reporter for the CBC as it is called in Canada, wrote an article decrying the practice of homeopathy and frequently describes homeopathic remedies as “sugar pills”. In the  first article she bitterly complains there is nothing in those “sugar pills”.

Then after Anke Zimmerman ND, a naturopath who practises homeopathy wrote a well written response to the reporter’s first article, the reporter made a vindictive attack on this lovely hardworking Canadian naturopath. 

On Anke Zimmerman’s web site she describes a profound cure of a child with severe neurobehavioral problems who was treated by the remedy Lyssin which is a homeopathic energetic resonance of rabies.  The reporter then goes to various public government officials telling them that this practitioner is giving  actual “rabies” to children and asking their opinion.  The reporters continue to discuss this remedy and all homeopathic remedies as if they had something  in them. An exact opposite of the first attack based on “nothing in them.” The reporter knew full well that homeopathic Lyssin, has no trace of rabies in it but is rather an energetic imprint or message of it.

Unfortunately, objective reporting and fairness as demonstrated numerous times in the recent past goes out the window in the sponsored attack on homeopathy.

This would have been and still is an opportunity to educate the public about the profound and positive curative effects of homeopathic energetic remedies.

Homeopathy has an over 200 year history of effectiveness and safety. It is used by tens of millions of people worldwide with satisfactory and even brilliant results for both acute and chronic conditions.

Study: Homeopathy Proven to Be Effective in Substance Abuse Recovery

A cohort study published in the International Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine showed that those who took the homeopathic remedy Nux Vomica were more likely to complete their substance abuse recovery programmes than those who did not. The homeopathic remedy Nux vomica has traditionally been used to alleviate the effects of drinking alcohol or the negative effects of taking drugs.

There were three groups and the results were:

Consistently in all three groups, those choosing to use homeopathy completed substance abuse  treatment programs at a higher rate than those who did not.

The conclusion of the study was:

“The role of homeopathic for recovery from addiction merits further investigation.”

The study was entitled: “Use of Homeopathic Nux Vomica in Reducing PAWS (Post acute withdrawal syndrome) in Early Recovering Addicted Women.”

Nobel Prize Winner Successful “Homeopathy” Water Experiment Broadcast on France National Television

Luc Montagnier won the Nobel prize for discovering the AIDS virus. A documentary on Luc Mondagnier’s transmission of an imprint in water, showing that water can have a memory, was successfully done on French television.

The Documentary “On a retrouvé la mémoire de l’eau [Rediscovering the Memory of Water]” has been broadcast by the state-owned France 5 television station. You can also watch it on You Tube at

It is an amazing experiment which demonstrates that water holds some sort of memory and that this memory can even be digitally transmitted.


Homeopathy Research Institute Reveals Flaws in Australian Study

The HRI or Homeopathy Research Institute does an incredible amount of scientific analysis and research.

The anti-homeopathy report published by the Australian Research Council has been questioned by their scientific experts and others. The HRI make some impressive points and bring up significant doubts about the report’s validity which have yet to be addressed by the Australian Council.

  • NHMRC did the homeopathy review twice, producing two reports, one in July 2012 and the one released to the public in March 2015.
  • The existence of the first report has never been disclosed to the public – it was only discovered through Freedom of Information (FOI) requests.
  • NHMRC say they rejected the first report because it was poor quality despite it being undertaken by a reputable scientist and author of NHMRC’s own guidelines on how to conduct evidence reviews.
  • FOI requests have revealed that a member of NHMRC’s expert committee overseeing the review process – Professor Fred Mendelsohn – confirmed the first review to be high quality saying –  “I am impressed by the rigor, thoroughness and systematic approach given to this evaluation [….] Overall, a lot of excellent work has gone into this review and the results are presented in a systematic, unbiased and convincing manner.” 
  • NHMRC said the results of the second report published in 2015 were based on a “rigorous assessment of over 1800 studies”. In fact results were based on only 176 studies.
  • NHMRC used a method that has never been used in any other review, before or sinceNHMRC decided that for trials to be ‘reliable’ they had to have at least 150 participants and reach an unusually high threshold for quality. This is despite the fact that NHMRC itself routinely conducts studies with less than 150 participants.
  • These unprecedented and arbitrary rules meant the results of 171 of the trials were completely disregarded as being ‘unreliable’ leavingonly 5 trials NHMRC considered to be ‘reliable’. As they assessed all 5 of these trials as negative, this explains how NHMRC could conclude that there was no ‘reliable’ evidence.
  • Professor Peter Brooks, Chair of the NHMRC committee that conducted the 2015 review, signed conflict of interest formdeclaring he was not “affiliated or associated with any organisation whose interests are either aligned with or opposed to homeopathy”,despite being a member of anti-homeopathy lobby group ‘Friends of Science in Medicine’
  • NHMRC’s guidelines state that such committees must include experts on the topic being reviewed, yet there was not one homeopathy expert on this committee.


Remarkable Cure of Brain Cancer Leads to Study of Homeopathy

In this video, Gemma Hoefkens describes her amazing experience of being treated by homeopathy whilst having end stage terminal brain cancer. After conventional treatment was given to no avail, she was given months to live. Her homeopathic treatment led to a remarkable improvement to the point where she studied and became a homeopath.


In Vitro Study Shows Homeopathy Preparations Have Significant Antimalarial Activity

A study published in the International Journal of Medical and Health Research has shown that the Malaria Nosode and the homeopathic remedies Malaria officialis and China officialis inhibits heme crystallization in Malaria infections. The study was done at the Department of Pharmacology in Nair Ch. Hospital, Mumbai, India.

The study has shown anti-disease activity of an ultra-dilute (potentized) homeopathic preparation. The Malaria nosode prepared by potentizing Plasmodium falciparum organisms has demonstrated antimalarial activity, which supports the basic principle behind homeopathy, the law of similar.

Digestion of hemoglobin in the food vacuole of the malaria parasite produces very high quantities of redox active toxic free heme. Hemozoin (beta-hematin) formation is a unique process adopted by Plasmodium species to detoxify free heme. Hemozoin formation is a validated target for most of the well- known existing antimalarial drugs and considered to be a suitable target to develop new anti-malarial agents. The possible mechanisms of free heme detoxification in the malaria parasite and the mechanistic details of compounds, which offer antimalarial activity by inhibiting hemozoin formation, is the current area of research.

In the given study, all the three samples Malaria nosode 30c (coded as PFA), Malaria officinalis 30c and China officinalis 30c exhibited inhibition of hemozoin and the inhibition was greater than the positive control Chloroquine diphosphate used in the study. All the three samples when used in various combinations also exhibited inhibition greater than the positive control. The vehicle controls alcohol and potentized alcohol had also exhibited inhibition but the inhibition of samples was greater than the controls used.

International Journal of Medical and Health Research ISSN: 2454-9142, Impact Factor: RJIF 5.54
Volume 3; Issue 7; July 2017; Page No. 65-68