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A Hypothesis on Homeopathy, Part 2

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

It will help if we approach the issue by first considering the biological nature of man (or of any sufficiently complex organism such as dogs, cats, horses, etc.) Certain salient characteristics that are pertinent to homeopathy will be brought out in the ensuing discussion. For our purposes, we first consider a healthy i.e. a normal adult who has no unusual habits of food, daily routine, etc.

A Hypothesis on Homeopathy, Part 1

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

Words used by skeptics and many physical scientists in describing homeopathy have always included terms such as quackery; the latest addition to this set is:“witch-craft.” Any success obtained in the clinical practice of homeopathy has been either dismissed or explained away in reference to the placebo effect. From a theoretical viewpoint, the most severe objection to homeopathy rests on the argument that the homeopathic solutions are so diluted that not even a single drug  molecule may be present in it. Since we will have much occasion to use the term, let’s give it a short-form: ANBO (Avogadro’s Number-Based Objections). There are two distinct processes involved in homeopathy: (i) conducting the provings, and (ii) selection and application of a suitable remedy. Obviously, the ANBO applies in both the cases.

Nobel laureate gives homeopathy a boost

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
French virologist Luc Montagnier stunned his colleagues at a prestigious international conference when he presented a new method for detecting viral infections that bore close parallels to the basic tenets of homeopathy. Although fellow Nobel prize winners -- who view homeopathy as quackery -- were left openly shaking their heads, Montagnier's comments were rapidly embraced by homeopaths eager for greater credibility.

Cancer death puts homeopathy in dock

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
Perth's Penelope Dingle, the wife of prominent Perth environmental and nutritional toxicologist Peter Dingle, agreed to be treated with alternative therapies and refused to have surgery to remove the cancer soon after she was diagnosed in 2003. Instead, she adhered to a strict diet and regular homeopath treatments before becoming so unwell she had to have emergency surgery to remove a bowel obstruction. By this stage, the cancer had spread and two years later, in 2005, Dingle died from complications of the cancer.

Homeopathy for Babies and Children - Preamble

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

Homeopathy is supposedly excellent for children and babies. And this is proof that homeopathy works beyond mere placebo. After all, how can a baby experience the placebo effect?

Homeopathic Remedy for Cholesterol and Blood Pressure

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010

Doctors may prescribe you with dozens of medication which helps you to lower the cholesterol level and maintain your blood pressure, temporarily. But over a period of time we see it coming back to us and realize we have become dependent and addicted on these drugs which are actually doing no good to our body. Homeopathic cholesterol control remedies are good option than in taking harmful chemicals our body is not accustomed to.

Homeopathy to Help Treat Vitiligo

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
Find out how to use homeopathy to help treat vitiligo. These homeopathic medicines include mercurius solubilis, bacillinum, graphites and nitric acid.

Hmedicine Introduces BC1 Reckeweg Product

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010, a leading supplier of homeopathic medicine, introduces a new product. This product is BC 1 Anemia. BC1 Anemia helps with the condition of this disease. Anemia is caused by not getting enough oxygen to the tissue. This happens because there are not enough healthy blood cells to carry the oxygen to the tissue. Hemoglobin is used to carry oxygen to the tissue via the blood cells. In the case of anemia, hemoglobin production has decreased. BC1 is used to treat mild cases of anemia.

Is Homeopathy Against Vaccinations

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
Homeopathy is a system of medicine developed well before vaccines came on the market.  Homeopathy is an all natural form of alternative medicines that uses diluted substances to treat a disease. Vaccines are made from a weakened microbe of the disease such as whopping cough.  These vaccines are injected so the body can easy fight off the infection. Homeopathy and vaccines are similar in this regard that they both use diluted substances for treatment.

Homeopathy medicine to fight dengue

Al Gray - Thursday, September 02, 2010
Homeopathy medicine can increase the resistance to dengue virus and prevent dengue spreading among the public. It is a natural system of defence for human beings. It is totally safe without any side effects and injurious to health. Homeopathy Consultant Dr. M.I. Latheef said many dengue prevention treatment camps were successfully held in many places by homeopathy doctors. Homeopathy treatment is a national requirement at this juncture to face the dengue epidemic, he said.

solution (səˈluːʃən)
1. a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances in which the molecules or atoms of the substances are completely dispersed. The constituents can be solids, liquids, or gases
2. the act or process of forming a solution
3. the state of being dissolved
4. a specific answer to or way of answering a problem
5. the act or process of solving a problem