On Nov 13, 2015, the BBC reported that UK Ministers are considering banning doctors from prescribing homeopathic remedies, a decision to be made sometime in 2016. Two days later the UK newspaper The Guardian, published an editorial1 stating that homeopathy was “placebo”, “mock medicine” and “a charade”, and supporting the blacklisting of homeopathy from the UK health service. Now this may seem odd, considering that homeopathic hospitals, serviced by medical doctors, have existed in the UK for over 100 years. The hospitals have a stellar record of curing the worst epidemics ranging from yellow fever to plague.
Anyone who wishes to investigate homeopathy can easily learn about its 200 year history of documented clinical successes in treating and preventing very serious diseases. In addition, homeopathy now has substantial research2 supporting it. This includes studies involving people, animals, plants, test tube studies and research from theoretical physics. Hundreds of thousands of medical doctors practice homeopathy, often doing 3-4 years of post graduate work. The above facts will easily reveal themselves in a brief search of the internet.
In spite of all this, we still find homeopathy being attacked as placebo, mostly by government officials, academics and the press. There are essentially two categories of critics. The first category consists of individuals who are totally ignorant of homeopathy and just repeating propaganda they’ve been exposed to. The second category is people who know that homeopathy works, but have a vested financial interest in destroying it. When you read about attacks on homeopathy, you have to ask yourself whether you are dealing with pure ignorance, or deceit. Those who deny homeopathy from deceit use the same tactics as those who deny global warming. Just as global warming deniers are financed by the petroleum industry, homeopathy deniers are financed by the pharmaceutical industry. They engage in the same tactics of misinformation using surrogates in academia, in the media and in government.
Now, in what category shall we place the UK Ministers who know full well homeopathy’s splendid history? And what about the Guardian Newspaper, which has near limitless resources for research? The availability of homeopathy is crucial for affordable, safe, effective health care, but there is a larger issue here. Any entity which can corrupt both government and the press, is a danger to democracy itself. When those institutions no longer serve the people, the game is over.
In this issue:
In this issue we present a series of articles and cases around the Sehgal Method of Revolutionized Homeopathy. It’s an approach to case analysis that allows us to prescribe entirely on mental symptoms. This is made possible by a new way of looking at rubrics. We have a wonderful collection of articles from the founder of the Sehgal Method, Dr. ML Sehgal, and his sons Sanjay and Yogesh Sehgal. We also have other cases, articles, research papers, book reviews, veterinary advice from Dr. Deva Khalsa, Plant Doctors, Quizzes, a Cartoon and Crossword puzzle and much more. Enjoy!
Interview – Dr. Manish Bhatia interviews Dr. Yogesh Sehgal – founder of the Revolutionized Homeopathy.
Revolutionized Homeopathy – Articles
What is Revolutionized Homeopathy? – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Treating Diseases Using the Mental State Only – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
The Meaning of Rubrics – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Basic Points of the Sehgal Method – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Clinical Approaches – Rubrics – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
A Review of the History of Revolutionized Homeopathy.
How Mental State Affects Perception of Temperature Modalities. – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Extracting Rubrics from Patient self reports. Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Insights into Rubrics of Belladonna – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Delusions of Stramonium – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Exploring Rubrics of Nitric Acid – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Exploring Gelsumium’s Mentals – Dr. M.L. Sehgal
Arsenicum/ Anacardium – Comparative Analysis – Drs. Sanjay Sehgal, Sidhant Sehgal
The Importance of a Good Follow Up – Drs. Sanjay Sehgal, Sidhant Sehgal
Biography of Dr. M.L. Sehgal – Drs. Sanjay Sehgal, Sidhant Sehgal
The Health Australia Party – A new political party! – Isaac Golden
Tidbits – Elaine Lewis
Tips and Secretes – Alan V. Schmukler
Elena Cecchetto – Using homeopathy in a substance abuse community.
A Proving of Cynomorium coccineum – Mike Andrews
Trituration of Hirudo Medicinalis – Paul Theriault
The Matrix Method with Tetractys Model – Mirjana Zivanov et al.
The new vaccine law in California – Brenda Goldstein
Lauren Hubele – Gemnotherapy
Dr. Ioannis Stamou – psoriasis
Rajan Sankaran et al. – Nasal Polyps (sensation case)
Anke Zimmerman – Antibiotic Injury
Dr. Aradhana Chitra – Hair loss (periodic table)
Lily Samardzic – Herpes Zoster
Dr. Shamin Sherwani – Alopecia
Ursula Dobleman – Shingles
Dr. Abdequaem Chimthanawala – Headache
Ask the Holistic Vet: Dr. Deva Khalsa answers readers’ veterinary questions. Exceptional advice and guidance!
Szecsõdi Ferenc DVM – A case of vaccinosis in a dog
Maja Letić – A case of a dog with skin eruptions
Robert Medhurst – Part 35 in his important series on research in homeopathy.
Solvatochromic Dyes Detect the Presence of Homeopathic Potencies – Steven J. Cartwright
An Evaluation of Avogadro’s Number in the Light of Hrtem And Eds Studies of High Dilutions of Ferrum Metallicum 6, 30, 200, 1m, 10m And 50mc. – E.S. Rajendran
Quantum Dynamics of Jacques Benveniste’s Research – Christina Munns
Dr. Khalsa’s Natural Dog 2nd Ed. by Dr. Deva Khalsa –Reviewed by Alan V. Schmukler
Cancer and Homeopathy – by Dr. Jean-Lionel Bagot – Reviewed by Dr. Joe Rozencwajg.
HOMEO-KIDS – by Patricia Le Roux – Reviewed by Dr. Firuzi Mehta
Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory – Revised and enlarged edition – William Boericke / Oscar Boericke – Reviewed by Rochelle Marsden
Ask the Plant Doctors: Radko Tichavsky, Mark Moodie and Pawan Singhania answer reader’s questions about crops and houseplants.
There’s more! Remember to see Elaine Lewis’s Tidbits and Alan’s Tips & Secrets, Cartoon and Crossword puzzle. Get Involved! Send your questions and comments, cases, articles, book reviews and interviews to: Mail@hpathy.com