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Alastair Gray’s Integrated Medicine Consultations, Education and Books

A company using natural medicine, integrated and homeopathic principles to effect change and restore balance for individuals, organisations and communities. 

Creating excellence in the clinical delivery of natural medicine professions through conducting and facilitating research. 

Delivering and managing excellent education programs utilizing the best technologies and learning tools grounded in solid educational theory and best practice.

Scientific Research in Homeopathy

Al Gray - Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Triple Blind studies, Double-Blind Randomised Placebo-Controlled Trial, Systematic Reviews & Meta Analysis, Evidence-base. Medicines for specific disease conditions, Ultra-molecular dilutions, Structure & Memory of Water, Animal Studies, Plant Studies. 130+ studies in support of homoeopathy medicine published in 52 peer-reviewed international journals out of which 45+ are FULL TEXT which can be downloaded

Homeopathy and the Quantum World

Al Gray - Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Even there exist a huge evidence in science, this blog recommends to make an self-proving with an homeopathic remedy (under a medical control). One can lack in scientific knowledge, but a personal experience will convince the most skeptic scientist.

Summer 2010 issue of the ECH Newsletter Special published

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
The ECH Newsletter Special is a full-colour electronic newsletter about developments in Europe that are important for homeopathy, news from the European homeopathic community and the ECH.

The Summer 2010 issue contains information on the following subjects:
  • Spanish Medical Council recognises homeopathy
  • International Homeopathy Day in Slovenia
  • Biased UK Parliamentary Committee report
  • How evidence is being ignored by the sceptics
  • UK patients fighting back
  • Biological models of homeopathy
  • Homeopathic GPs have 15% lower costs
  • Can homeopathy be an alternative to antibiotics?
  • CAMDOC report on regulatory status
  • Successful cross-over model for provings
  • Training workshop on conducting provings
  • ECH General Assembly 13/14 November 2010
To download the ECH Newsletter Special, please click here

Homeopathy and Gout

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
Gout is one form of an arthritic inflammation wherein deposits of uric acid form hard nodules in tissues. This is a result of an overproduction of uric acid in the blood or decreased excretion of it through urination. The most common site for gout is in the first metatarsal of the big toe, but it can also affect the joints of the feet, ankles, and knees. Homeopathic remedies will be suggested, with their corresponding indications, which may help people experiencing gout.

Homeopathy Trial on Breast Cancer

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

A recent study conducted by the MD Anderson Cancer Center seem to suggest that homeopathy medicine may help fight cancer cells without destroying healthy cells.  The MD Anderson Cancer Center located in Houston was rated as the top hospital for treatment and research of cancer patients by US News and World Report. The study found that 4 homeopathic remedies may help with breast cancer treatment.  The four remedies and the potencies used were Carcinosin 30C, Conium maculatum 3C, Phytolacca decandra 200C and Thuja occidentalis 30C.  The remedies seem to kill breast cancer cells while not destroying healthy cells.  The strongest effect came from the Carcinosin and Phytolacca remedies.

Homeopathy to Help Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that causes pressure on the median nerve, which is the nerve located in the wrist. The median nerve is what supplies both movement and feeling to the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome often causes tingling, weakness, numbness and muscle damage to the fingers and hand. Other less common symptoms include pain that extends into the elbow, wasting away of the muscle under the thumb, weak grip or difficulty carrying objects, issues with finger movement and pain in the wrist or hand.

Nullifying the Top 3 Myths About Homeopathy!

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

Various alternative systems of medicine have gained great importance in last few decades. Among them, homeopathy is one of the health-sciences that was surrounded by so many controversies but kept emerging victorious, thanks to its eternal principles and scientifically proved medicines. Then why many people are still skeptical to use homeopathy in their healing practice? Lack of apt knowledge and intellectually acquired ability to interpret the facts may be some of the reasons. Here is an attempt to nullify some of the myths that surround this beautiful and efficacious science.

Does Homeopathy Work?

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

Homeopathy is a difficult concept to grasp. How do you cure someone of an illness by giving them an infinitesimally small concentration of something that can cause the illness? One would think that by giving someone who is sick something that causes what they’re already suffering from would only make the person sicker. But, according to proponents of the science, homeopathy not only works, but is better than conventional medicine, espousing their belief that homeopathy is the way medicine should be, but somewhere along the line the pharmaceutical industry got involved, and natural medicine was abruptly dismissed in favor of chemical laden formulations.

Study Supports Use of Cancer Treatment Alternative

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

A new study from the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center published in the International Journal of Oncology shows that homeopathic remedies can be effective at killing breast cancer cells. This lends support to homeopathic methods of treating cancer developed by the EuroMed Foundation, an Arizona cancer center that has been revolutionizing cancer treatment with conventional and alternative therapies.

Homeopathy to Help Treat Depression and its Symptoms

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
Depression is defined as a state of low mood. Oftentimes people suffering from depression will avoid activity as well. Some of the common symptoms of depression include feelings of hopelessness, persistent sadness, a feeling of emptiness, thoughts of suicide, fatigue, persistent pain that can not be treated, feelings of worthlessness, an overwhelming sense of guilt and digestive problems.


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