A very lovely issue, indeed. Who would have thought that short stories with homeopathy as a theme would become a genre by itself. But it has now and we all are very happy for it.
[Re: Darcy Coates Story: ] Kept me engrossed till the last words and I forgot that I had an important appointment. Came across a good story after such a long time. It deserves first prize.
Dr Ramesh Talreja
Dear Dr. Bhatia,
Sadly……this is true what you mentioned : “ more than 90% of those who do end up practicing homeopathy are using complexes and doing polypharmacy shamelessly..” I saw this firsthand while teaching classical homeopathy in Thailand for a month. No one reads the Organon, no one follows the principles of prescribing.
Hi Dr. Bhatia,
I’m glad some light is being shed on the problem with education in schools of homeopathy. I’ve always seen this as a major issue for homeopaths the world over, and wished there were some things we could all do together to make education that much better and that much more universal for practitioners who truly wish to become the best they can be.
I like to read clinical cases the most. It provides guidance. Currently I am practicing in Bangalore. Is there any homeopath’s association in Bangalore? Looking forward to your next issue.
Regards and thanks
Thank you very much for the August issue of the Homeopathy for Everyone
Another good issue and great articles. Would like to see some stories around stomach issues i.e. bloating before eating and after eating and generally just stomach bloating that won’t go away and face and eye puffiness and bloating that I suffer from but can’t seem to get rid of.
This August issue is simply Impeccable and Inimitable ! I have no words to express my appreciation for this beautiful Issue! Indeed all people who have put in real hard work in preparing this Issue deserve the highest praise and maximum of admiration !
Thanks for mailing me the August-2013 issue. It is always very informative. It refreshes my memory and rejuvenates me. I like it very much! Best wishes for its progress in the future.
Dr. Daljeet Kishore
Dear Dr. Manish Bhatia,
May Gods and Heavens be blessing you with long life to bring forth such very useful material and tips in the Homeopathic treatment.I deem that it is a service rendered to humanity which indirectly fetches the blessing of God to your family, especially your CHILDREN. Thank you.
Thanks for the updates ! A noble job…!
Dr. Mahendra Kabra
Rana Saeed Ahmed Khan
August 19, 2013
( Re: Basic Modes of Body Language and Homeopathic Materia Medica Ajit Kulkarni ) I have gone through the book meticulously and it is really amazing innovative and recommended for all serious reader of homoeopathic profession.
Dr Shubhamoy Ghosh
[Re: Quality Homeopathic Education – Rasmi Shukla]
I totally agree with Dr. Rashmi Shukla’s points. I do see many people using BHMS just as a ticket to allopathic practise. I feel it like an “auto immune disease ” to homoeopathy itself. This gives a serious threat to the future of homoeopathy in our society. So it is our duty to take necessary steps as said by Dr. Rashmi Shukla ,in time.
Dr. R. Vivek
Re: Tips & Secrets
Excellent tips, I eagerly await every month. Really practical
Arun Kumar Katara
[Re: A Case of Cancer of the Ovary]
Thanks Dr Pawan Pareek for a good case!
Dr. Shaikh Raman
[Re: Case 3 from Sarajevo]
Causticum is found to play a good role here. The selection of medicine is very vital as done by Lucinda. Her efforts deserve appreciation
Always informative. Always inspiring.
Thanks Dr Manish for this excellent journal and a special thanks to Dr Alan Schmukler for his tips and secrets and to Dr Elaine Lewis for her tidbits. I would like to have the book Homeopathy An A to Z handbok. Pl let me know as to how I can receive it.
Thanks for your interest in my book. On Amazon.com you can get a new copy for $10.28 and used ones for $8.98.