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Readers comment on the November 2019 issue of Homeopathy 4 Everyone. Comments on Katja Schütt’s interview with Dr. Álvaro Sierra Máyeris, Gill Graham’s “How the Media Subverts Alternative Medicine” and much more.

From:   Dr. Álvaro Sierra Máyeris interviewed by Katja Schütt.

https://hpathy.com/homeopathy-interviews/dr-alvaro-sierra-mayer-is-interviewed-by-katja-schutt/

A marvelous interview Katja. You ask the questions that evoke the deepest most revealing answers. Thank you!

Alan V. Schmukler

I was very much inspired by Katya’s interview with Dr. Alvarez Mayer. His approach seems to have an almost divine like quality to it which very much evokes the spiritual lore in Latin America from what I understand about it. It is great that readers of Hpathy have the opportunity to learn of his work and be influenced by this very expansive approach to healing. Thanks.

Elizabeth Adalian

Thank you so much for sharing this transcript of such a well done interview. I am inspired by Dr Alvarez and wonder if they teach in English at their institution.?

Mohinder Sethi

Thank you very much, for sharing this interview. This is a very interesting approach, unfortunately the links refer to books in Spanish. Will the books be translated to English, to make this wealth of information available to the english speaking/reading homeopathy community?

Pieter Guijt


From: Distorted media –- How the Media Subverts Alternative Medicine – By Gill Graham

https://hpathy.com/scientific-research/distorted-media-how-the-media-subverts-alternative-medicine/

Thank you for a balanced, well researched article, which can allow for informed consent before being brain washed by allopathic information. Well done.

Gwynne Grayson

Gill Graham responds:

Thank you Gwynne, I felt it was important to state the real facts. Now patients can make an educated decision as to which route to follow, whether it be alternative therapies such as homeopathy, or an integrated approach, depending on the condition, without being influenced by a generally biased, distorted media. As this article shows, there is huge scope for homeopathy and many conditions would benefit from its administration by qualified practitioners. This knowledge is frequently suppressed, but it is clearly outlined here.

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Hi Gill,

Thanks so much for taking the time to research and write this in-depth article.  Perhaps other data is out there — to see what organisations and who is actually behind the present targeting disparaging – “Natural Health Care” – particularly homoeopathic care. Perhaps one can go to Natural News (Mike Adams) read their Sept 05, 2015 article on the “UN Agenda 2030 Decoded”  Also read more on the – WHO & the GAVI Alliance

F Joan Macdonald

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From:  Remarkable Short Stories: Cases to Remember: Part-III  – by S.K. Banerjea

https://hpathy.com/clinical-cases/remarkable-short-stories-cases-to-remember-part-iii/

Dear Dr.,
I have learnt from Dr Banerjea, that homeopaths should have patience while treating patients with one remedy only. It may take 6 to 12 months. I also appreciate his ability to hold patients for such a long time.

Dr. C.S. Gupta


From: A Systemic and Ecological Basis for Homeopathy – by Kenneth Silvestri

https://hpathy.com/stories/a-systemic-and-ecological-basis-for-homeopathy/

This systemic and ecological basis for homeopathy is more about prevention than curing with the help of homeopathy. A systemic and ecological approach alone can’t help you save yourself or someone else from drowning. Maybe it can help you avoid falling in to water in the first place. But once you are in, only knowledge of swimming can save.A homeopath as perceived by Hahnemann, is a scientist not a saint.

Venkatesh.K.N

Dr. Kenneth Silvestri replies:

A systemic framework allows one to work and heal within context. Content alone produces a narrow cause and effect outcome. A rigorous discipline needs an epistemology to guide it. I would rather save myself from drowning by understanding the context of my situation rather than just swim in the wrong direction. This is why Hahnemann contrasted homeopathy with allopathic medicine whose practitioners in many cases perceive themselves as “scientific” saints… respectively,

Ken Silvestri

Being a rigorous discipline, “Similia similibus curantur” doesn’t let anyone swim in the wrong direction. (a wrong remedy doesn’t act at all). And it is a science. There are no other methods.

Venkatesh K N


From: Questions Patients Ask –   Elaine Lewis

https://hpathy.com/homeopathy-papers/questions-patients-ask-25/

Loved the article. I’ve always liked your writing style. Thanks for taking the time to do the E-Zine.

Shirley Reischman

Elaine Responds:  Wow! Thanks Shirley!!!!!

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This is such an important column because it answers questions no one else is addressing. It tackles the basics that people often are not educated in, or think they know, but don’t. And nobody does it better than Elaine!

Alan V. Schmukler

Elaine: Wow! Thanks, Alan; so nice of you!

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Great article. Thanks for sharing this information with us. I’m also a homeopath
expert with 27 years of experience. The points which you’ve covered in this article are really great and helpful. Looking to hear more from you. I also have many success stories of my patients which you can read out here: https://homeopathicservices.com/homeopathy-autism-success-stories/

Pierre Fontaine

Elaine Responds: Thanks, I definitely want to check out what you’ve written on autism. By the way, I’ve written over 400 articles and I do the Hpathy Quiz every month; so, it would be great if you could try to solve this month’s quiz, you’ll find it on the homepage.

Pierre Fontaine: Sure, I will try that and share my experience by solving this month of the quiz. Thanks


From:  Tips & Secrets  – Alan V. Schmukler

https://hpathy.com/tips-and-secrets/nov-2019-tips/#comment-265345

Hey Alan!

It is always good to read some good news. Despite all the negativity, we ought to enjoy our small wins.

Elie Z.

Agreed. Thanks for making the effort to find these news tidbits.

Shirley Reischman

Alan, great news about the Australia debacle!

Elaine Lewis


From: Ulcerated Toe in a Man of 60 – Dr. Parinita Srivastava

https://hpathy.com/clinical-cases/ulcerated-toe-in-a-man-of-60/

You are genius doctor, i have experienced it in case of my daughter, myself and many other cases of other persons recommended by me to get treated by you.

Dileep Kuman

A wonderful cure! Has an initial aggravation been observed either with Arsenicum or with Syphilinum?

Dynamis


From:  A case of ureterolithiasis – Drs. Gaur Shruti and Sharma Bhawani. Shankar present

Congratulations on such a good result. What is Rubrum 30? Could you explain how you arrived at the remedy? When I do a repertorisation in Radar Opus, Hydrangea comes number 359. When I read the mat med of Hydrangea, there isn’t that much to support it. It is not obvious to me how you got the simillimum.

Dr. Gabriel Blass


From: A case of lipodermatosis scleroderma. Dr. Saritha Agarwal

A very nice illustration of the complementary relation between Lachesis and Lycopodium and a demonstration that Lachesis is not always a remedy for women. Do you know if the behavior of the patient with his wife is better now

Dynamish


From: A case of corns  – Dr. Jitesh Sharma

https://hpathy.com/clinical-cases/treating-corns-in-a-woman-of-19/

Well done Dr sab in choosing a right remedy.  May God Bless you

Dr Iqbal Malik Lahore, Pakistan


From: Asthma in a boy of 7  – Dr. Ami M. Bhayani

https://hpathy.com/clinical-cases/asthma-in-a-boy-of-7/

It seems to me that Dr. Ami Bhayani really did a fantastic job. She not only cured the child but helped to repose a good faith in homoeopathic remedies.

Pradip Kr. Chakraborty


From:  Efficacy of Homoeopathy in PCOS – Dr. Sutapa Nandi

  1. It is not a ‘Efficacy study’ because without a control we can’t label a study as a efficacy study. It’s unethical.
  2. We can’t use a term like ‘definite improvement’ in research. it’s misleading.
  3. Sampling wad not randomised. It’s wrongly stated. It’s called ‘convenient’ sampling when we are selecting cases from opd.
  4. No sample size calculation is there.
  5. A research work must have a reference list with proper citation. Bibliography is non-ideal.

Abhijit Dutta

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It not professional to calculate % from 20 cases. Every school student knows that. It has to be at least 100 cases.

Sergey Pugach, PhD in Naturopathy

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Thanks  Dr Sutapa Nandi for your good research work. Keep it up.

Prof Shaikh Shamsur Rahman. MD, PhD.


From:  Homeopathy Crossword Puzzle – Alan V Schmukler

https://crosswords.hpathy.com/play/homeopathy-crossword-november-2019

Excellent learning tool! Thank you, much appreciated and fun.
regards,
Luis Miguel Trapaga


From: Cartoon – Doubletalk  –  Alan V. Schmukler

https://hpathy.com/medical-cartoons/applesauce/

Very Cute! And not far from the truth!

Dr. Ron Whitmont

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Did they [the FDA] really say that?

Elaine Lewis

Yes! It’s in my editorial:

https://hpathy.com/editorials/editorial-the-fda-protecting-the-public/

Alan V. Schmukler


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  • DEAR SIR,
    THIS TIME YOUR FEEDBACK PRESENTATION IS VERY GOOD. ALL MY FB ARE IN CAPITAL LETTERS. ACTUALLY IN OUR DAYS THERE WAS NO COMPUTER. I NEVER LEARNT TYPE. NOR THERE WERE SOFT WARES OR DISK. WE ALWAYS CONSULTED BOOKS WHICH TOOK AMPLE TIME IN CASE STUDY. .AS THERE WERE NO HOMEOPATH SERVICES NOR MONEY IN PRIVATE PRACTICE. SO I JOINED A NON MEDICAL CENTRAL GOVT JOB. AND I WILL DISTRIBUTE MEDICINES IN LUNCH HOURS IN OFFICE AND EVENING IN TEMPLE. SO HOMEOPATHY REMAINED MY HOBBY, FREE FROM CHARGING TILL TODAY. COMPUTER HANDLING IS RARE. I AM THANKFUL TO YOU FOR PRINTING MY FB IN CORRECT SCRIPT. AGAIN THANKS
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