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Homeopath Katja Schütt talks about the long tradition of Mexican Homeopathy, with Mexico having the largest homeopathic hospital in Latin America and hosting 7000 homeopaths, who all wish to realize their dream of following Hahnemann’s method.

Merece tu sueño.” – Octavio Paz

Hahnemann‘s dream was to cure his patients rapidly, gently and permanently. Being deeply disappointed with the medicine of his time, which did more harm than good, he envisioned a therapeutic method that could be applied based on principles and therefore cure with mathematical certainty. For this he elaborated on what is to be cured in the patient, what is curative in remedies and how to apply them appropriately. Over several decades he developed the homeopathic doctrine and proved a variety of remedies. Supported by his strong belief in God, dedication to truth, love for his fellow man and deep desire to alleviate their suffering, he could realize his dream and provide mankind with a healing method that is superior to any other.

Every true homeopath strives to become aquainted with Hahnemann‘s teachings and dreams of mastering this healing art, and the Mexican homeopath is no exception. It’s worth mentioning that Mexico was the first country to recognize homeopathy officially, in 1879. In Mexico, homeopathy can be studied as a medical degree, and in Mexico City we find the largest homeopathic hospital in Latin America. Mexico has hosted several international congresses and produced a variety of eminent homeopaths whose legacy has influenced many a homeopath from Mexico and abroad, such as Proceso Sanchez Ortega.

Currently about 7000 homeopaths are practiving in Mexico, with the number on the rise due to the increasing demand and the evidence of homeopathy‘s effectiveness. Their clinical experience, research, work done in the field of veterinary medicine and agrohomeopathy, demonstrate their  profound understanding and experience of Hahnemannian homeopathy. Mexico can truly be proud to be one of the countries that stands at the forefront of homeopathy, doing honor to our great Master.

To quote Octavio Paz, the famous Mexican poet, who is recognized as one of the major Latin American writers of the 20th century:

The Bridge

Between now and now,

between I am and you are,

the word bridge.

Entering it

you enter yourself:

the world connects

and closes like a ring.

From one bank to another,

there is always

a body stretched:

a rainbow.

I’ll sleep beneath it‘s arches.

~ Octavio Paz


Homeopathy unites people from all over the world –  those who believe in it, practice it, and are being cured by it – thereby helping to build bridges instead of walls.

We are proud to present to you a variety of articles provided by Mexican homeopaths. Mexico has a population of almost 130 million citizens and about 7000 officially recognized Mexican homeopaths who currently care for their wellbeing and surely deserved their dream!

My special thanks goes to Rafael Mejia, editor at the Mexican homeopathy journal “La Homeopatia de Mexico“, for his support in organizing articles for this issue!

July 2018 – In this Issue

Our editor and homeopath Katja Schütt gives us a special Mexico presentation with articles and interviews.  She interviews Holohomeopath Radko Tichavsky, the Plant Doctor, who shares his views on agrohomeopathy, new dynamization methods, the complexity of the holon, miasms, diagnosing plants through bioacoustics and more.  Katja then chats with Dr. Antonio Armando Álvarez  who talks about the current state of homeopathy in Mexico, it’s struggles, its schools and his use of orthomolecular medicine.


Editorial  – RealizeYour DreamKatja Schütt

Radko Tichavsky is interviewed by Katja Schütt

Dr. Antonio Armando Álvarez is interviewed by Katja Schütt

Matilde – First Mexican Woman Physican and Homeopath – Katja Schütt

Homeopathy and the Enneagram – Dr. Álvaro Sierra Máyer

Doctor Rafael Romero – A Forgotten Physician? – Samuel León T.

The Theory of High Dilutions – Dr. Hugo Arturo Aldana Quintero

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – Luz Elena Elvira De la Torre

Approaching Samuel Hahnemann’s Philosophy – Dr. Fernando Domínguez Vello

Homeopathy: A Familiar Theme  – Rafael Mejía

The journey of homeopathy in México – Notes about an extraordinary story – Rafael Mejía


TIDBITS –  Elaine Lewis

TIPS & SECRETS – Alan V. Schmukler

Homeopathy for Sleep Disorders – Insomnia –  Hpathy.com


Two Cases – Otitis Media & Acute Diarrhea – Petr Zacharias

Abdominal Tumor  –  Dr. J. Compton Burnett

Cancer of Tongue  – Dr. T.F. Allen

A Pyrogen Case  – Dr. Royal Hayes

A Case of Articular Rheumatism – Dr. Strohmeyer

A Noteworthy Elaps Case – Dr. Guy Beckley Stearns

Some Observations on the Curative Effects of Petroleum – The Homoeopathic Recorder


The Periodic Table In Homeopathy, The Silver Series   – by Dr. Ulrich Welte –Reviewed by Vatsala Sperling, PDHom, RSHom

Touching Base With Trauma – Reaching Across the Generations: A Three Dimensional Homeopathic Perspectiveby Elizabeth Adalian –  Reviewed by Rochelle Marsden.


– Ask the Holistic Vet – Dr. Deva Khalsa – July 2018


In Vitro Sensitivity Testing of Antimonium Tart on Cultures of Klebsiella Pneumoniae  –  Dr. Sambhaji S. Phadatare, Dr. A. B. Jadhav M.D, Dr. Rama Bhadekar Ph.D

An Update on Research in Homeopathy – Robert Medhurst


Crossword July 2018 – Alan V. Schmukler

CARTOONS   –    Alan V. Schmukler


– Another Famous Person Quiz – Elaine & Shana Lewis

– Revisiting: Tennis Trauma – Elaine & Shana Lewis


– The Plant Doctor – July 2018 – Radko Tichavsky

Get Involved!  Send your feedback, questions, cases, articles book reviews and interviews to: [email protected]

About the author

Katja Schuett

Katja Schutt, Msc, HP, DHM, PGHom, DVetHom, has studied homeopathy with several schools, amongst which David Little’s advanced course stands out as it offers a really deep insight into homeopathic philosophy and materia medica (simillimum.com). Her current focus lies in working with animals and studying history, the old masters, and research.

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