Feedback from November 2014

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Letters to the editor and feedback from Nov 2014

Respected sir,
As per plant doctor’s suggestion I treated my rose plant and the plant is showing signs of improvement. Many thanks! As everyone knows from experience Homoeopathy is useful not only for humans but also for plants and animals. My cousin bought a pair of birds and one was suffering from loss of hair beginning from chest followed by loss of hair from around neck. The bird was seen having decreased activity but he was often seen eating grains and drinking water. The following rubrics were selected: “Emaciation” for the loss of hair. As the bird was eating grains and drinking water, we further took the rubric – “Emaciation, appetite with.” As direction of emaciation was from chest to neck, “Emaciation, Ascending” was selected. From these we selected Abrotanum in 30th potency, in 200 ml water sprayed into the bick and over affected areas. This we done only once. After about 8 days the bird started improving. Below are photos of the bird before and after.



Ravindra Awasarkar

From: George Vithoulkas interviewed by Dr. Manish Bhatia Parts 1-3

I enjoyed all three of these interviews.  Dr. Bhatia asked all the right questions and George Vithoulkas responded with his wisdom and characteristic gentle humor. These were a real treat.

Alan V. Schmuker

From:  Trip to Alonissos – by Dr. Manish Bhatia

What a tribute to a MASTER from a MASTER.


From: International Academy of Classical Homeopathy – Maria Chorianopoulou

Thank you Maria for this excellent article on the IACH and for your part in organizing the E-learning program. The IACH is very important, as it keeps the candle burning for Classical homeopathy.

Gary Walker

From: The Plant Doctors

Thank you for this marvelous and important column on treating plants with homeopathy. It is pioneering work and this column is a rare opportunity to learn about it.

Martin Earl

From: Boenninghausen’s Remedy Relationships – The Missing Link –Hans Weitbrecht

Dear Hans, thank you for your article. I completely agree with what you say and I almost exclusively base my follow-up prescriptions on remedy relationships, in acute, acute followed by chronic and chronic cases. To me it would be strange to give one remedy and follow it with a completely unrelated one….

Maria Jevtic

From : Crossword Puzzle   – Alan Schmukler

What a wonderful idea it is to have a homeopathy crossword puzzle every month. I’m a huge fan!

Martin Earl

From: Objective Analysis of the Case: 20 Points Recipe –Ajit Kulkarni

After carefully reading Dr. Ajit Kulkarni’s 20 points recipe, I can’t keep myself away from making my comments. ‘Recipe’ sounds as something for eatable and digestible but this one by Dr. Kulkarni sir is for quenching the cerebral appetite, full with multi- variety, multi-ingredients, multi-taste, multi-enjoyment & multi-dimensional information, nothing left out, thought-provoking blue print of homoeopathic philosophy.

Sn Ojha

From: What Remedy Is Spongebob Squarepants? –  Elaine Lewis’s Monthly Quiz

I would give SpongeBob Lycopodium as he loves power and he likes having a person of lower standing to boss around. He is cowardly behind all his bluster. Despite these apparent criticisms he is lovable.

Anne Grace

From: Ask the Holistic Vet – by Dr. Deva Khalsa

Ask the holistic vet is a welcome addition to the Hpathy journal.  Kudo’s to Hpathy and Dr. Khalsa!

Martin Earl

From :  Homeopathy’s Eternal Enemies – Cartoon by Alan Schmukler

Dear Alan,

Nice drawing!

From: In Memoriam – Dr. Iftikhar Waris –  Mark Moodie

Thank you Mark for that beautiful and very personal memoriam for Dr. Iftikhar Waris.  He was a man of such good will so many talents and so much energy.

Alan V. Schmukler

From:  Video interviews by Dr. Manish Bhatia

Dear Dr. Bhatia,

Thank you for your video interviews with Dr. Carlos Barbosa, Dr. Dmitry Chabanov, Eric van Woensel, Viveca Wilhelmsson and Helmut Schnellrieder.  I found many important moments there, lots of insights.

Bertrand  Aiken

From: Hahnemann’s Last Eight Years in Paris – a Travelogue – Dr. Nisanth Nambisan

Many thanks to Dr Nisanth & Dr Smita for sharing their travelogue and with so many details incorporated.
V T Yekkirala

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