Editorials

May 2023 Editorial – An Invitation

Homeopathy for Everyone and the parent website Hpathy.com exist through the participation of dedicated homeopaths like you. Your cases and articles help build a strong worldwide community. We keep the guidelines for submissions clear and easy to meet. We want as many of our readers as possible to find expression here.

For chronic cases we prefer at the least a 6 month follow up. For acutes, 1-2 weeks is fine.  Length is roughly 1.5 – 4 pages. Readers appreciate brevity!  Please include the relevant history and symptoms, approximate dates of each remedy, your reasons for choosing remedies, and the outcome.

It’s pretty straightforward, and you don’t need any special writing skills to prepare a case. It’s just the necessary facts so that readers can benefit from your experience and expertise.

Of course, you benefit also. There’s an old saying that the best way to learn something is to teach it.  In the process of preparing a case for publication, you get to review it more slowly and carefully. In doing so, you will often learn even more about the case. You might find clues you had missed, mistakes you made, or other remedies that might have worked.

It’s pleasing to read about brilliant cures arrived at by first effort, but in reality, most cases don’t resolve in that way. In fact, we actually learn a lot more from cases where mistakes were made along the way. There is the hard work of analyzing, retaking the case, going over details, seeing it in a different light.

Articles

There may be a topic you’re especially knowledgeable about, or one you wish to research. Or, you might have had personal experiences as a homeopath that you wish to share. It should be something that you would want to read. Length is best at 1.5 to 5 pages.  Please include citations for any studies or outside sources.

Any topic in homeopathy is fair game and I’ve listed some examples below. One topic near to my heart is homeopathic hospitals. To me, they represent a deep acknowledgement of and commitment to homeopathy. Most people in the West, even homeopaths, haven’t a clue what it’s like to be a patient or doctor in a homeopathic hospital.

Examples of topics for articles:  Research, Organon, Materia medica, Case taking, Case analysis, The 2nd prescription, Repertorization methods, Homeopathic Pharmacy, Cardiology, Homeoprophylaxis, Suppression, Nosodes, End of life care, Opthalmology, Mental Illness, Prescribing on Etiology, Birthing and Pediatrics, Miasms, Treating deep pathology, Bowel nosodes, Software, Provings, Agrohomeopathy, Lyme Disease, Cancer, LM potencies, Remedy relationships, One sided cases, Detox methods,  the Politics of  Medicine,  History of Homeopathy, Biographies of homeopaths, How and why YOU became a homeopath, etc!

If you have questions, just send them to me at:  [email protected]

Looking forward to your offerings!

Alan   Schmukler
Editor- in – Chief
Homeopathy for Everyone


IN THIS ISSUE  – May 2023

EDITORIAL

An Invitation–––Alan V. Schmukler

–– Letters to the Editor

HOMEOPATH IN THE HOT-SEAT

––– Cristal Skaling-Klopstock, CEO of Homeopathy UK (formerly the British Homeopathic Association) interviewed by Alan V. Schmukler

FEATURED

Special Presentation by the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy (IACH)

–– Severe Acute Intestinal Infection with Haemorrhagic Syndrome in an 8-Month-Old Child – Kondratieva Marina Mikhailovna

 –– A Long Case of Bronchial Asthma –  Strategies for Prescriptions  –          Elena Serzhantova

 ––  Psoriasis Managed with Classical Homeopathy – Danka Nikolic Sokota

––   Turner’s Syndrome – Recurrent Massive Abscesses – Danka Nikolic Sokota

–– Jealousy in a Girl of Four –  Cristina Georgescu

–– Uterine Fibroids Treated with Classical Homeopathy –María Fernanda Aguilar-Dueñas

 –– Sub Chorionic Hematoma Treated with Classical Homeopathy  –   Rakhi Raju

––Recurrent Pneumonia with Autism Spectrum Disorder  – Sarah Penrose

–– Acute Dermatitis Treated with Classical Homeopathy – Viraj Shah

 –– ADHD Managed with Classical Homeopathy, Part II – Ziad K. Salloum

ARTICLES

––Cicuta Virosa, the Disappointed Philanthropist – Edouard Broussalian

–– Global Proving of Aqua Terra – The Elixir of Life – – 320 Collected Waters of The Earth – Chetna N Shukla, Harry van der Zee, Sigrid Lindemann

 ––Functional Food and Eating – Sue Smith

 ­–– Thorvaldsen’s Kit –  Kathrine Dehn

 ­–– XRAY – Gauri Shankar

 ––Scope of Homeopathy in Vitiligo – Purnendu Padhy

––  TIDBITS 100 :     –  Elaine Lewis

 ­–– Homeopathy Tips & Important News  – Alan V. Schmukler

CLINICAL CASES

 –– Breathlessness in a Man of 49 – Abdequaem Chimthanawala

 –– Autopathy, Subtle Homeopathic Information from the Person, Cures a Heel Spur – Jiri Cehovsky

–– Stubborn Constipation, Eczema in a Boy of Three – Jennifer Doan

–– PCOD in a Woman of 25 –  Pushkar R. Mahajan

–– Extreme Body Dysmorphia  -Liz Lalor

–– Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria and Angioedema -Powerpoint – Erzsébet Túrós

––– Eczema in a Girl of Two –Ashley Mendoza

RESEARCH

–– More Research in Homeopathy- Robert Medhurst

BOOK REVIEWS

–– Colubrid Snake Remedies & Their Indications in Homeopathic Practice – by Vatsala Sperling -reviewed byAshok RajGuru

VETERINARY

–– Ask the Holistic Vet – May 2023 – Deva Khalsa

 ––Oral Melanoma in a Dog – Kavita Chandak

AGRO-HOMEOPATHY

–– Ask the Plant Doctor, May 2023 – Radko Tichavsky

CARTOONS

––  CAT SCANS! –  Alan V. Schmukler

HOMEOPATHY CROSSWORD

–– Homeopathy Crossword – May 2023 – Alan V. Schmukler

SOLVE THE CASE QUIZ

 –– QUIZ The Weirdest Cough Ever!Elaine Lewis

 –– Revisiting: Popsicles and Watermelon, Please!– Elaine Lewis

About the author

Alan V. Schmukler

Alan V. Schmukler is a homeopath, Chief Editor of Homeopathy for Everyone and author of ”Homeopathy An A to Z Home Handbook”, (also in French, German, Greek, Polish and Portuguese). He is Hpathy’s resident cartoonist and also produces Hpathy’s Tips & Secrets column and homeopathy Crossword puzzles each month. Alan is a recipient of the National Center for Homeopathy Martha Oelman Community Service Award. Visit Alan at his website: Here.

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