Diagnositc aids in Homeopathic practice

Homeopaths, allopaths (conventional medical doctors) as well as patients elsewhere in the world are surprised when they come across a clinically sound homeopath who can actually speak and understand the “medical lingo”. During a recent interaction with a MD in the US, (we were talking about the MRI scan findings of a client with a sciatica) we got the feeling that the doctor was awestruck by our knowledge of investigations and their interpretations.

Fighting the Battle of the Bulge with homeopathy

Obesity is a type of malnutrition. Yes, we should call it that. The stereotype picture of malnutrition is a picture of an emaciated child in Ethiopia or Sudan. However, obesity is also a type of malnutrition- an over nutrition which leads to accumulation of fat in the body. More than 35% of U.S. adults are obese. Childhood obesity prevalence also remains high at about 17 percent.
Obesity predisposes one to many disease conditions that include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer, some of the leading causes of preventable death. I am tempted to call Obesity the mother of all life-style related diseases.

Does homeopathy work in animals?

The answer is an emphatic YES. Homeopathy can be used to treat animals. We have been treating some of our patients’ pets with homeopathy for the past 25 years…… It can treat not only simple derangements of health but even serious conditions of the lungs and the heart.
So the next time your pet is ill consider homeopathy. Remember, he is a part of your family and deserves to be treated well.

Homeopathy- no resistance

Antimicrobial resistance has often pushed back all the breakthroughs and technological advancement of modern medicine. The theme for this year’s World Health Day was the launch of a worldwide campaign to safeguard these medicines for future generations.
Homeopathy has this unique feature that there can never be a resistance to the drugs.