Editorials

Oh, Grow Up!

Oh, Grow Up!

Allopathic researchers are always trying to unravel
the secret of disease by looking for some “thing” in
the body. They explore the cell membrane, DNA and gene fragments.
If they could just look deeply enough, they believe, they could
find the thing that causes a disease.

A headline last week declared “ Researchers have found specific
nerve cells responsible for itchiness, a discovery that could lead
to better treatments for skin conditions”. When scientists
destroyed a certain gene in mice, the mice would no longer scratch
when something tickled them. The next step they say, is to make
a drug to stop itching.

Hahnemann tells us (§187-204) that external, local ailments
not caused by injury, are due to “some internal malady”
and involve the whole organism. He warns that treating that one
part “is as absurd as it is pernicious in its results”.
He calls the suppressive treatment of local symptoms “one
of the most criminal procedures the medical world can be guilty
of”.

Like the allopathic researchers, as a child I used to take apart
old radios, looking for the thing that made them work. I was especially
fascinated by condensers, which are made of alternate layers of
tinfoil and waxed paper. I would carefully unravel them to see what
was inside. But alas, there was never anything inside! I could have
taken apart hundreds of them, but would never have understood the
mystery. When I grew up, I learned that the condenser’s purpose
was to store energy, and energy was the secret I had been looking
for.

When will allopathy grow up and discover the vital force, which
is at once invisible, but also plain as day, to those who can see.

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This Month

The primary content of this issue comes from Endeavour
College of Natural Health
, the largest educator for natural
health in the Southern Hemisphere. They present two interviews (Alastair
Gray and Patricia Hatherly), fascinating cases by Julie Andrews,
Genevieve Scase, Julia Alabaster (vet case) and Jen Maver, research
on corn seed by Jane Tulip, homeopathy and aromatherapy by Sandra
Venables, research on multiple interventions in homeopathy by Alastair
Gray and an article on Swine Flu from Emilia Spinelli.

You’ll also find “50 Facts About Homeopathy”
to convince the skeptics, a video interview with Dr. Bhatia to help
you understand Miasms, a Praseodymium Bromium case from David Johnson
and Vaccinosis discussed by Gina Tyler. Remember to take Elaine’s
famous Quiz and check out Tips and Secrets and the latest cartoon.
There’s more, so enjoy this issue and send your comments and
ideas to [email protected]

Alan V. Schmukler
Chief Editor
Homeopathy for Everyone

About the author

Alan V. Schmukler

Alan V. Schmukler

Alan V. Schmukler is a homeopath, Chief Editor of Homeopathy4Everyone and author of ”Homeopathy An A to Z Home Handbook”, (also available 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. Visit Alan at his website: Here.

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