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Getting Yourself Better

Once you get sick, of course you want to get yourself better. But it is not always such an easy step. Sometimes you need to retrace the processes that got you sick in the first place, and you always need to learn the lesson behind the illness. Otherwise there would be no advantage in getting sick.

Sometimes getting better can be easy. You have a cold or flu, and allow yourself a few days off work, to stop and think, and to get out of the rat race. You may then be a bit more objective about your everyday behaviour and obligations.

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© Wendy Rose Isbell 1991

Scientific Evidence and Homeopathy

Homeopathy is more than 200 years old, used by tens of thousands of physicians and over 500 million people worldwide, making it one of the most popular forms of integrated medicine.[1] It is based on the concept of ‘treating like with like’ (in Latin similia similibus curentur).  Homeopathic treatment aims to stimulate and direct the body’s self-healing capacity by triggering a reaction. The body reacts to stimuli, which have physiological effects (drugs or toxins) by attempting to maintain homeostasis (a stable internal environment).  Homeopathy makes therapeutic use of this effect. 

Scientific scepticism about homeopathy arises from its use of highly dilute medicines.  There is a substantial body of research on this issue: a recent review of basic research on highly dilute homeopathic medicines found 98 replicated experiments, over 70% of replications were positive. Methods used to prepare homeopathic medicines are remarkably similar to some used in cutting-edge nanotechnology and there is growing evidence that nanoparticles play a crucial role in the action of homeopathic medicines.

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The Homeopathic Echo 4

July 1855

A Journal of Health and Disease

“Health Shall Live Free, and Sickness Freely Die”

This issue of the Homeopathic Echo started with an autobiography of Samuel Hahnemann. He was born in 1755 in Saxony, surrounded by delightful spots of nature, and carefully brought up by his parents, his father’s maxim being: “To act and to be without pretension.”

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The Homeopathic Echo 3

June 1855

A journal of Health and Disease

“Health Shall Live free and Sickness Freely Die

This issue of the Homeopathic Echo continues giving information about Homeopathy, and advice about general health.

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The Homeopathic Echo 2

April 1855

This edition of the Homeopathic Echo , like the others, consists of sections on the progress of homeopathy, one on homeopathic principles, notes on hygiene, a Materia Medica, sections on domestic practice and veterinary practice, a popular lecture on physiology, and some “words to the wise”.

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The Homeopathic Echo 1

March 1855

Recently, I have been fortunate to obtain a complete set of The Homeopathic Echo, which was published in Auckland, New Zealand by Dr Carl Frank Fischer, between 1855 and 1856.

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Repertorising

Grading of General Symptoms

1 Mentals

The most important symptoms of the case, always provided that they are very definite and well-marked.

2 Generals

General symptoms of the patient as a whole, to bodily environment, provided they are well-marked.
To times and seasons, in heat and cold, to damp and dry, to storm and tempest, to position, jar, touch etc

3 Cravings and Aversions

Must be longings and loathings rather than mere likes and dislikes

4 Menstrual State

Aggravations of symptoms before, during and after the menses.

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The Homeobotanical System

The Homeobotanical system comprises 26 herbal blends covering a wide range of conditions treated by natural health practitioners. The concentrated blends and then dilutes and potentised homeopathically to enhance their medicinal power. All remedies are mutually compatible and can be mixed in an infinite variety of ways to restore the health of a patient.

Homeobotanical remedies are classical blends of herbal extracts and tinctures which have been prepared to cover all the usual health conditions met with in a natural health clinic.

These formulations are then potentised in the homeopathic manner to release a healing energy which seems quite unique.

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Flower Essences

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Flower Essence Services

Flower essences are liquid, potentised plant preparations which contain a distinct imprint, or etheric pattern of a specific flower. These remarkable remedies expand our understanding of health care, recognizing a relationship between body and soul, and the interweaving of spiritual, mental, emotional and physical aspects of wellness.

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Bach Flowers

Dr Edward Bach Dr Edward Bach was born n 1886 and qualified in medicine at the University College Hospital, London in 1912. Dr Bach began his practice using the allopathic system of medicine, but came to the conclusion the "the personality of the individual was of more importance than the body in the treatment of disease."

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