Homeopathic hospitals are one of the most important symbols of homeopathy’s potential and success. That’s why Pharma, through its surrogates in the UK, contrived the defunding and closing of homeopathic hospitals there. For the same reason, the medical cartel in the U.S. managed, over a period of years, the closing of one hundred American homeopathic hospitals.
In India the situation is different. Homeopathy, rather than being maligned, is nurtured. Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently expressed his desire to expand homeopathic services. That supportive atmosphere has allowed many fine hospitals to flourish, such as Shree Mumbadevi Homeopathic Hospital in Mumbai, Dhawale Memorial Rural Homeopathic Hospital, Palghar, and Aditya Homeopathic Hospital and Healing Center in Pune. They treat everything from serious emergencies and acutes to difficult chronic ailments.
In 1995, the eminent Dr. Amarsinh Nikam founded Aditya Homeopathic Hospital and Healing Center in Pune. Today it is an 80 bed facility which treats ailments ranging from acute pericarditis, myocardial infarction, acute renal failure and acute appendicitis, to Multiple Sclerosis and brain tumors. It has the distinction of treating emergency and life-threatening cases using only classical homeopathy. Dr. Nikam stated, “In our hospital we use no injections, intravenous saline transfusions and other things that people take for granted in a hospital ward.” While not relying on allopathic medicines, the hospital does employ all state of the art diagnostic tools
In an allopathic hospital, injury or death can easily occur from medical errors, hospital acquired infections or side effects of pharmaceutical drugs. Whenever I, or anyone I love have been in an allopathic hospital, I’ve wished that we could be magically transported to one of those homeopathic hospitals. What a relief it would be, to be in a sane and caring place, where doctors actually listened to symptoms and feelings and would value, rather than discount, anything rare or strange. How comforting to be in a hospital that made medical decisions based on the patient’s welfare, rather than raising revenue for the hospital or avoiding litigation. How much safer it would feel to be treated according to homeopathic truths, rather than Pharma lies.
June 2016 – In this issue:
First off in this issue we have a presentation from Swasthya Homoeopathic Healing titled Homeopathy in Tasmil Nadu. They share a number of cases by doctors from Tamil Nadu, India, where Dr. Dinesh Chauhan has been teaching his Case Witnessing Process. Also, Dr. Rina Dedhiya interviews Dr. Dinesh Chauhan and Dr. Srinivasan Kalpathi
Interview 1 & 1B: Dr. Dinesh Chauhan is interviewed by Dr. Rina Dedhiya. Dr. Chauhan heads the non-profit ABJF foundation with his wife Dr. Urvi Chauhan, where Indian Homoeopaths are taught for free.
Interview 2: Dr. Srinivasan Kalpathi is interviewed by Dr. Rina Dedhiya
Dr. Srinivasan practiced homeopath for 57 years and for 30 years published the journal, Quarterly Homoeopathic Digest (QHD).
Cases by Tamil Nadu doctors:
Dr. Michael Xavier – Hepatitis B
Dr. Arul Manickham – Anxiety neurosis and Diabetes
Dr. Charuvahan – Hairloss
Dr. Divya – 3 cases: Psoriasis, Sinusitis, Dysfunctional Woman
Dr. Manjula – Anxiety Neurosis
Sivraj Homeopathic Medical College – Macular Dystrophy
Dr. E. Semmalar – Chronic Diarrhea
Photographs from Tamil Nadu
My journey with Homeopathy in New Zealand – Homeopath Robert van der Touw shares his extraordinary spiritual journey communing with the plants and wildlife in the ancient forests of New Zealand.
Autopathy: A Similimum from the Patient – Homeopath Jiri Cehovsky explains the need for and value of his Autopathy method.
Homeopathic Education and Training Problems and Possible Solutions – Dr. Rajan Sankaran
Cure of Prostate by Homeopathy – Article by Dr. Aslam Sherwani
Exposing Fraudulent Arguments That Favor Forced Mass Vaccination – Tetyana Obukhanych Ph.D – Immunology
In Memoriam –Joseph H. Lillard, Jr. – Mitzi Lebensorger
Drug Proving Methodology – Dr. Herbert A. Roberts
The Role of Pulsatilla in Hypothyroidism – Dr. Lipika Chakraborty
TIPS & SECRETS – Alan V. Schmukler
Movie Review: “Vaxxed”– Elaine Lewis
Loss of Sensation – Drs. Amol and Anuraadha Naik
Bronchial Asthma – Dr. Ramakrishna Valaki
Uterine Fibroids – Dr. Divya Bhatt
Psoriasis – Dr. Kiran Shanbhag
Rabies – Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma
Acne and Depression – Dr. Pravin Pente
Dermatitis – Dr. Jitesh Sharma
Nasal Polyp – Dr. Anand Rao Menji
Allergic Rhinitis –A study in polarity – Dr. Amee Shah
Ask the Holistic Vet – Dr. Deva Khalsa, holistic veterinarian answers veterinary questions from readers. Send your questions to [email protected]
Free as a Bird – Healing a Traumatized Dog – Dr. Ronit Aboutboul
Miscarriage in a Cat – solved with Cuprum –Dr. MIrjana Zivanov
Isopathy to Relieve Side Effects of Allopathic Drugs – Dr. Ratan Singh
Comparison of homeopathic globules prepared from high and ultra-high dilutions – Sabina D. Klein PhD and Ursula Wolf
Homeopathy in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine – by Michael Frass, Martin Bündner (ed.) – Reviewed by Dr. Firuzi Mehta
Ask the Plant Doctor – Agrohomeopath Radko Tichavsky answers readers’ questions about houseplants and crops. Send your questions to: [email protected]
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.
There’ s more! Remember to see the new Cartoon and Crossword puzzle. Get Involved! Send your questions and comments, cases, articles, book reviews and interviews to: [email protected]
Someday Alan…Someday… We will have our hospitals back..and more!
Great editorial, Alan! Very well-stated.
Thanks for the beautiful editorial dr Alan and the whole journal full of motivational and interesting articles, interviews, book reviews, complicated cases, veterinary and plant cases, cartoon, puzzle, quiz and case analysis. it’s inspirafional to see the progress of homeopathy in Tamil nadu. I wish I could visit the hospitals and could build one hospital in my country, Bangladesh which our country badly needed.