Posts tagged ‘diarrhea’
The Biochemic System of Medicine is an off shoot of homeopathy. Dr. Wilhelm Schuessler, a German homeopath, developed it. He believed that disease is caused by the deficiency of inorganic salts in the human organism………… This article is for women who are experiencing the most eventful months in their life. Pregnancy, though a physiological state, can leave a woman with either pleasant experiences, or bitter experiences- if she develops some complications.
Whether poison or food, homeopathy can make a substance very useful in the treatment of diseases……….. Common salt or sodium chloride is one such substance. A regular article of our diet, it is probably used only by homeopaths as a medicine.
I chanced upon this article in The Economist of September 3rd-9th 2011 which talks about the experiments performed on rodents and suggests that bacteria dwelling in the gut can affect the brain, and thereby influence an individual’s mood and behavior.
This idea is not new at all. Homeopaths have been aware of the effect of the bowel flora on the health for almost a hundred years. This was first highlighted by John Paterson in the early 1900s.
It is heartening to note that what was published by a homeopath in the early 20th century is being confirmed by modern day researchers.
When a regular flu takes a turn for the worse, with fever that does not subside, or when a diarrhea comes on or the patient develops respiratory distress one must consider the possibility of swine flu.
In addition to various studies on human health, there have also been some animal studies. British researchers have conducted trials showing that homeopathic medicines, specifically Caulophyllum 30c, could lower the rate of stillbirths in pigs. Here the question of the placebo effect does not arise.
The very foundation of homeopathy is based on the treatment of Malaria.
All homeopathic doctors in India can vouch for the fact that homeopathy can treat malaria. All of us, I am sure have documented cases of patients whose blood tested positive for malaria before homeopathic treatment and then was clear for malaria after all the signs and symptoms had disappeared.
A study conducted by the University of Rochester in New York has found that people who started taking ginger a few days before their chemotherapy had fewer and less severe bouts of nausea.
The role of ginger as a medicine has been known traditionally amongst all the cultures and societies.It has been used by mothers and grandmothers all over the world for gastric problems and as a digestive.
Homeopathy has used ginger for the past hundred years or so.