In a previous editorial I stated that homeopathy needs wide popular support in order to grow and to thrive. For this support to happen, people need to learn what homeopathy is, and this often starts with a Google search. Last week I typed “homeopathy” into Google and what do you suppose came up?
The first website was the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH). Sounds like a friendly website, right? They had a list of key points for homeopathy:
- There is little evidence to support homeopathy as an effective treatment for any specific condition.
- Some products labeled as homeopathic can contain substantial amounts of active ingredients and therefore could cause side effects and drug interactions.
- Several key concepts of homeopathy are inconsistent with fundamental concepts of chemistry and physics.
Clearly the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health has become just another Pharma surrogate. I moved on to the second website, which was Wikipedia. Here I found:
“Homeopathy is a pseudoscience – a belief that is incorrectly presented as scientific. Homeopathic preparations are not effective for treating any condition.”
The third website was QUACKWATCH, which stated:
“Homeopathic remedies ….are the only category of quack products legally marketable as drugs.”
People trying to learn about homeopathy have to work their way through this gauntlet of propaganda, and may never get any further. What can we do about this? There’s actually a simple solution and it won’t cost a penny. On your own website, add links to your favorite homeopathy websites, such as Homeopathy for Everyone: Hoacuoidep.com. Tell all your friends to add such links to their websites with ‘Homeopathy’ in the link text. If you have a homeopathy school, add some links. By linking our websites, we all stand together. There are millions of us and we can shift the rankings so that people searching Google learn the truth instead of propaganda. Do it now and strike a blow for homeopathy.
In This Issue:
Interview – Dr. Rajesh Shah
Dr. Rajesh Shah is interviewed by Dr. Manish Bhatia. Dr Rajesh is a well-known homeopath, researcher and teacher and Director of Life Force Homeopathy in Mumbai, India. He is a pioneer of online practice and has treated patients from 180 countries. He has developed many new homeopathic medicines, including various nosodes and conducted placebo controlled Drug Provings.
TIDBITS – Elaine Lewis
Eizayaga and Clinical Therapeutic Options – Karen Allen
Evolution and Sensation in the Plant Kingdom – Dr. Annette Sneevliet
From Similia to Synergy – Generations in Homeopathic Practice – Dr. Rajan Sankaran
Advantages of Psychological Homeopathy – Klaus Peter Schenk
The Soul of Remedies – Lachesis – Dr. Rajan Sankaran
Constipation and Its Management – Robert Medhurst
The Order Rodentia with Case to Illustrate – Dr. Bhawisha Joshi
A Letter to the Center for Disease Control –Forced Vaccination – Lucy Cole
Carbo Animalis – New insights into mentals – Maja Letić
Homeopathy for the Effects of EMR – Joette Calabrese
My Journey in Treating Diabetes Mellitus – Dr. Bijal Shah
Toxic Overload – Allergens Underpinning Disease – Dr. Elizabeth Adalian
Menorrhagia – A Homeopathic Approach – Drs. R. Kumar Jha , D. Singh Meena, Subhas Singh
Tips & Secrets – Alan V. Schmukler
Treating Multiple Allergies – Daniella Karsten
Two Conium Cases – Suppressed Sexual Emotions – Dr. Hemesh Thakur
Recurrent Boils – Dr. S. Arul Manickham
Psoriasis in a man of 74 – Dr. Chanda Shah
Chronic abdominal pain complicated by drug side effects – Mario Boyadzhiev
Chronic Pelvic Cellulitis – Dr. Chopra Singh
Lifelong Depression – Deborah Walters
My veins reminds me of a snake –varicose veins – Gordana Jujić
Understanding the Patient – Dr. Pankaj Prashar
Ask the Holistic Vet – Dr. Deva Khalsa, holistic veterinarian answers veterinary questions from readers. Send your questions to
Psora in Dogs – Common Signs – Pat McKay
Interaction of Electromagnetic Radiation and Water Reveals Vital Force – Dr. Ruhul Amin and Biplab Chakraborty
Fighting Fire With Fire – Homeopathic Detox Therapy – by Ton Janson is reviewed by Rochelle Marsden.
Ask the Plant Doctor – Agrohomeopath Radko Tichavsky answers readers’ questions about houseplants and crops. Send your questions to:
QUIZ – Elaine Lewis – Sharpen your skills with this monthly quiz from Elaine Lewis. Also, see “Revisiting” to learn the answer to last month’s quiz.
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