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Posts about History of Homeopathy

Anne Schadde: Homeopathy on Hold for a Paradigm Shift

What is a paradigm? Jörg Wichmann writes in his article “Beyond the Evidence Trap”: “A paradigm is a set of ideological principles and views on which a conception of the world or a science is based. Paradigms have evolved historically and are changing.” An example of this is a paradigm that had long been valid:

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Kent’s Conversion to Homeopathy

Although he wasn’t very demonstrative, Kent adored his wife. He was very much affected when she became ill in 1878. Neither he nor any of his most competent allopathic or eclectic colleagues had the slightest success with the asthenia, weakness, persistent insomnia, and anemia, which obliged her to keep to the bed for months on

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Samuel Hahnemann’s Life

Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) “Non inutilis vixi” Sheila Gray Sheila is a British homeopath with a background in nursing, a degree in English Literature and Sociology from the Glasgow University; diplomas in several massage modalities and aromatherapy. She may be reached at Holistic Transformations So close to midnight, that there is debate as to the date,

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Colorado Law Now Protects Alternative Practitioners

HSI Newsletter August 2013 Colorado became the ninth state to pass a safe harbor health freedom law. On June 5, 2013 Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law the Colorado Natural Health Consumer Protection Act (SB 13-215). The groundbreaking legislation was sponsored by Senator Cheri Jahn and State Representative Joann Ginal. Access to natural health practitioners

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Plant Sources for Homeopathic Remedies

Jürgen Weiland, a homeopath in Bonn, Germany is also a passionate photographer, and over the past years he has used this skill to approach, identify and document the plant kingdom. His plant database is published on: www.pflanzenportraits.com  The Photographer Jürgen lives and practices homeopathy in Bonn, Germany, where he has been running a clinic since...

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What’s Love Got to Do with It?

What's Love Got to Do with It? You may recognize these lyrics from Tina Turner's song which was released in 1984 and became her best-selling single. She goes on to sing, "Who needs a heart when a heart can be broken?" And what does homeopathy have to do with that? As homeopaths are apt to...

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China Officinalis

A poem by Jill Dema, HSI student In the realm of remedies, China Officinalis, Abbreviated as Chin, a healing apparatus. First proven in homeopathy’s tender embrace, A portrait of traits, a therapeutic grace. Introverted, intense, touchy, and idealistic, A soul attuned to the world, sensitive and mystic. Ideal for teenagers, excitable in the night, Walter...

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Why I am a student of Homeopathy

Homeopathy is fascinating! I was lucky enough to have been exposed to the wonders of homeopathy 12 years ago when my oldest son was a baby with chronic wheezing. Looking for a better solution than the cookie-cutter answers my pediatrician gave every week, I changed to a holistic pediatrician who didn’t let his ego get...

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Homestead Homeopathy

Living in rural SW Colorado, homeopathic remedies fit seamlessly into my daily country life. There’s a remedy for all that ails us – even for our fur babies!

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Homeopathy for Environmental Allergies

This overview of multiple trials aimed to confirm that homeopathy is not just a placebo effect. The design was the gold standard of studies – a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group, multi-center study.

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How can Classical Homeopathy Help your PMS: Insights from Two Studies

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can be a challenging condition for women and adolescents, characterized by a range of physical and emotional symptoms during the luteal phase of their menstrual cycle. In the pursuit of effective PMS management, classical homeopathy has emerged as a potential holistic approach. This article provides concise summaries of two studies that delve...

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Homeopathy for Head Injuries: A Pathway to Healing

Head injuries can really change a person’s life. According to the CDC, over 1.5 million people the United States alone experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year. About 75% of them have a "mild" traumatic brain injury (MTBI), commonly known as concussions. Don't let the term "mild" fool you though, as they can have...

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Homeopathy for Acute Allergies

April showers bring May flowers and often the uncomfortable symptoms of seasonal allergies. Instead of reaching for over-the-counter antihistamines, get to the root of the problem by choosing a homeopathic medicine instead. Homeopathy can relieve the symptoms of allergies based on the foremost principle of Homeopathy - Similia similibus curentur: "Let likes be cured with...

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The Essence of Chocolate

Chocolate. Silky, smooth, soothing, and delicious. Bitter and dark, sweet or made with milk. Truffles, tarts, cake, bars, candies, sauce, fondue, syrup, cookies, and the list goes on. Since at least 450 AD, people have consumed chocolate, and today the global chocolate industry is worth almost $128 billion dollars. Around the world, 7.5 million tons...

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Dancing in the Dark

Can you guess the remedy? I hadn’t intended to stay out late, but the joy of traveling is leaving yourself open to the unexpected. So even though I was exhausted from the flight, had yet to shower or change my clothes, I heard the music and knew I had to follow it.

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Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning is young.

Henry Ford