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Editorial, Homeopathy for Everyone, December 2014

If you look closely at Hpathy’s archived journals, you’ll find articles and cases from the most famous homeopaths in the world. You will also find the work of dedicated, competent practitioners like you, who are not so well known. This is because Hpathy’s founder, Dr. Manish Bhatia, conceived of Hpathy and its journal as an open forum. Readers from every walk of life can access the journals for free, and can also contribute to its content. That has led to a wonderful variety of thought, and to the many styles and opinions which come to life on these pages.

Every day when I open the mail, I never know what it will bring. Some articles arrive perfectly written, and some with rough edges. Some present new ideas which may be pipe dreams, or perhaps brilliant innovations. We see cases that are solved effortlessly, while others reveal the struggles and mistakes before final realization. We learn from all of these. The authors learn also, from your astute comments in feedback letters. Hpathy provides a worldwide meeting of minds, as it was intended. In the coming new year, let us share our passion and love of homeopathy. If you have a homeopathy case (chronic or acute) that you are especially proud of, we would love to consider it for the journal. If you haven’t published before, the process is easy and I would be glad to guide you. Contact us at [email protected] and we’ll provide details. If you are connected to a college of homeopathy and would like that school to do a special presentation, write to us at [email protected]

We look forward to hearing from you.

Alan V. Schmukler – Editor

In this issue:

Interview : We have a three part interview with Dr. Dinesh Chauhan, founder of Swasthya Homoeopathic Healing. He is interviewed by Dr. Rina Dedhiya. Dr. Chauhan is founder of Swasthya Homeopathic Healing and the developer of the Case Witnessing Process. He discusses his latest refinements of that method.

We have a special presentation from Swasthya Homoeopathic Healing with cases and articles illustrating the Case Witnessing Process. Cases and articles are presented by Dr. Atul Patwardhan, Dr. Riddi Joshi, Dr. Obaidullah Nayaghar. Dr. Sayali Mehta Butala and Dr. Dinesh Chauhan.

Also in this issue:

Interview : We interview Dr Medha Durge who traveled to Liberia in October to learn what role homeopathy might play in the Ebola epidemic.

Cases: You will find cases by Dr. Amit Singh Pal, Tsvetana Kodjabasheva, Dr. Arup Bhattacharya, Ellen Kire, Dr. Sowmya Sridharan, Ingefleur Spreij, and Dr. Pooriya Jashan Subhedar.

Articles: Myrni Quintero gives us a brief history of homeopathy in Cuba. Beth Landau-Halpern shares her experience of being targeted by homeopathy critics who pretended to be patients and secretly filmed her. Louise Barton provides a beautifully clear explanation of Homeopathic Facial Analysis. Mo Morrish finds a way integrate Miasma and Epigenitics. Jacqueline Smith delves into necrotising fasciitis and homeopathy. Loretta Burehorn’s study finds a remedy highly effective in alcohol detox. Robert Medhurst’s presents another in his series of homeopathy research. Dr. Seyedaghanoor Sadeghi discusses an approach to Ebola.

There’s more:

Remember to see: Ask the Holistic Vet with Dr. Deva Khalsa (send questions!), The Plant Doctors (send questions!), Elaine Lewis’s monthly Quiz, answer to last month’s quiz and Tidbits, the new Tips & Secrets column, the new Homeopathy Crossword and the new Cartoon.

Get Involved: Send your questions and comments, cases and articles to [email protected]

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.


  • Thanks so much for your great work, Alan & Manish, which you do with so much competence, passion and heart !!


  • What a wonderful journal & learning resource this is. I always look forward to reading the many interesting articles

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