Feedback September 2010

Feedback September 2010

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Dear Sir :

I must thank you very much for your informative Newsletter of Aug 2010 containing various important articles.  In my personal opinion, your Newsletter is the best in the field of homoeopathy and great credit goes to all the respected Authors, The Hpathy Team and to Dr. Manish Bhatia for his great work to spread homoeopathic knowledge in every nook and corner
of the world and we all are greatly benefited.

With kindest regards

Homoeopathically yours
Dr. Sayeed Ahmad


This is truly amazing. I like this journal a lot and am looking forward to it every month. Keep it up!!!!! And thanks a lot.
Farha Matta


Dear Editor:

I have already received the August issue of H4A. I have to tell you that I always enjoy it from the beginning to the end.

Thank you



Dear Editor,

Thank you so much for your most precious newsletter! It is so well organized, and so informative!  It fills the heart & mind.  🙂

Carolina Cavazos

Thanks to all the contributors at Homeopathy for Everyone!  I am learning so much from all of you.  I may never understand Fibonacci numbers, but that’s okay.  With every issue, I’m learning more and more about the remedies.  None of you will ever know how much help and healing you’ve brought to people that will never know your names, only that some weird
person gave them some pellets to suck on (or water to drink) and that helped them.

I’d particularly like to thank Mati Fuller and Elaine Lewis, who often seem to write their articles for whatever specific issue I am dealing with.  I can’t wait for you to tell me what my next challenge is going to be and how to solve it!

S.L. Soltes

The article on python was fascinating. The story of how the python remedy
was selected, created and proved was amazing. I always wondered how the
remedies  were thought of and proved. Another surprise was the remedy for
ingrown  toenails. Who thought of that one and on for what reason? If television
runs out  of detective stories homeopathy should provide a whole new series.
Thank you  again for your efforts.

I have not seen enough of August’s magazine, but it is truly inspiring to
see so many articles/cases in a very simple manner and also the relation
between the medicine with the diseases and symptoms. Thank you.


You deserve kudos for giving the homeopathic world a priceless gift every month;
This is the Ezine,which comes with so many informative articles that it is next
to impossible to go through all of them in one go. This has been my problem too.How ever i do pick up the subject of my choice and interest and read a couple of them with deeper interest,depending on the cases I may be dealing at that particular moment;
By going through them i often find some guiding factors which adds to my
knowledge. The present issue caught my attention with two articles,one on migraine and the
other on PCOS. I went through the Migraine article,and found it very helpful.I would like to
add here that i was a migraine sufferer for many years since my school days. It
got sorted out late in life and that too with homeopathy.

My treatment came when i read Dr Kopikar’s article somewhere on Psorinum; One of
the characteristic symptoms it had was “Feels better before the attack”. As I used to feel euphoric before the attack, I took Psorinum together with constitutional treatment and slowly got over it completely. There is very useful information in the PCOS article and I will be using them as i have an on going case on the subject. My thanks to the writers of these articles who are doing a fantastic job of their knowledge and contributing to Ezine.
Thank you
Dr. Wequar Ali Khan

I’m afraid that when it comes to homoeopathy, I’m rather schizophrenic. I’m conservative
but I use a remedy maker. I admire the likes of Andre Saine but I like to keep a weather
eye out for new ideas and remedies. When, halfway through my course I found myself terminally ill with cancer I had to seriously re-think my life and my training went onto the back burner. The following twelve years has been a great adventure and I’m now on the verge of my homoeopathic career. Great changes are afoot but at 60 now I’m not sure how many I’m willing to take on. I was taught by one of those who if not directly from the fount of the renaissance here in the UK, at least he came very close to it. His teachers had been trained by the likes of Maughan and Damonte. I know that what Maughan taught was not exactly what
Hahnemann did, but I believe the training back then was extremely rigorous.

I know that my teacher has serious reservations about developments in this country in
recent years. He is also conservative in his approach but has a very successful practice
in this country. He has real concerns at the tiny amount of the Organon and Chronic
Diseases taught in some colleges and I’ve got to say the fact that Lippe said towards the
end of his career that he’d studied the Organon twice a year and was now finally
beginning to understand it, tends to underline that fact that we can’t get too much.

That’s one reason why I’m always happy to see articles that deal in some way or other
with principles.  Perhaps if I live to be eighty, it might be me writing one but for now
I’m always happy to read articles such as Elaine Lewis’ Why does the remedy have to be in

I know there is a viewpoint that the only lesson that can be gained from studying history
is that people never learn those lessons; that said I mourned the passing of Julian
Winston and I love it when Saine refers back to the old masters. I would love to see a
lot more of it. Our long heritage puts the allopaths to shame and I find it tragic that
they remain in thrall to machinery that can’t actually treat anyone or anything. A recent
debate appeared with Jerome Whitney being told that using mother tinctures isn’t
homoeopathy.  Such thinking is based either on poor teaching, or lack of historical
perspective. I thought that the title, An Analysis of the History of Homeopathy, by Cor
van der Meij, was a little sweeping but we can all do with the sense of perspective that
such articles give, although biography has great value here. I don’t know a great deal
about arborivital medicine and the work of Cooper but if I ever have a while to spare I’d
love to find out much more. This man was a giant back at the turn of the nineteenth and
twentieth centuries but what is available of his work tends to be poorly produced and
from reprint houses.

One thing has to be said though: whatever features you cover, Hpathy is a great
achievement and a real credit to everyone involved in its production!

Thanks awfully!
Kevin Morris
I like your magazine very much and read it with great interest each month. This
month I particularly liked Vithoulkas’ Bryonia. What I appreciate very much is
that there is a space for agro-homeopathy with Kaviraj. I think that
Agro-homeopathy must be encouraged by any means. Specially in view of the
disasters caused by Monsanto and the likes. Therefore any larger article or
whatever information about it will be always very welcome for many of us.
Another subject that is starting to be of great interest is the use of
homeopathy in BEEKEEPING. There are some remedies being sold in Helios and
Ainsworths but there is very little information about it. If you could find
anybody to write an article about how to use homeopathy in beekeeping I think it
would be wondefull.

Thanks for sending me this magazine every month!

Well since you ask….. there’s way, waaaaaaay too much George Vithoulkas.
Where’s Andre Saine ????? I can’t recall a single major feature from arguably the best living Western practitioner of classical homeopathy. Beyond that keep up the amazing work.
LA, California
August issue was obviously very very interesting having lot of precious articles,amazing cases,n on the top A great interview of SIR GEORGE VITHOLKAS.I have a suggestion to start a series every month,in which you would select a remedy every month and invite the readers to submit their experienced cases about that remedy.So we have more than one case each month on a single remedy,and we better understand the therapeutics of the remedy.Hope you will think about it if it is not wrong.After all,thanx for issuing such a great E-zine.Best wishes for your whole team.
Maryam from PAKISTAN.

It was a tremendously realistic talk of Sir George Vithoulkas, and really an
alarming remarks on many issues related to the Homeopathic science. All the pros
& cons were beautifully projected by him, with the most satisfactory answers to
all the questions. But being a Homoeopathic Doctor and a Homoeopathy Lover, I believe that to
increase the life of this science in this world and to take it towards immortality we homeopaths should have STANDARDISATION regarding all the hypothesis put forward by different stalwarts. There should be exact mingling of all the relevant ideas and then we globally should make certain modes of treatment recognisable just like the modern medicine experts do. And for that definitely we should be UNITED, OPEN-MINDED, and devoid of all kinds of vasted
interests and egotism. Only then our science can bloom forever. I would look forward to more of such articles.

Jhalak Khatri

As usual, the articles were very informative and useful. Many thanks for including proven cases. After all, is not proof the best converter of the uninitiated?

Francis Fernandez


I am very much impressed with the articles 1.WHO Report on the safety issues in the practice of homeopathy. 2. Pratisaad–The first film on homeopathy. The very useful article is Homeopathic legal and regulatory practice in the United States. In fact your e-magazine is very informative as well as knowledge oriented to every homeopath.
Thanking you,


Dear Editor,
Thank you very much for sending me regularly the EZINE. First, I appreciate you so much for your struggle about Homoeopathy , very valuable step you have taken. Secondly to approach Homoeo Writers for very valuable articles, features, their personal experience sharing to all who need to know about such kind of knowledge. i want to know what is the criteria to write an article for the Ezine. Please send me detail. thank you.
Looking forward to hearing from you very soon.
Dr.Abdul Razzaq Toor

Dear Manish,
As usual report on last edition of Hpathy very interesting & informative.Keep up the good work! There are lots of good homoeopaths in Greece & Professor Vithoulkas is of the best.Sincerely,
Dr.Nigel Bird

Thank You for the exciting info.I find it fabulous that WHO is concerned with Homeopathy and that there is acknowledgment that it is widely used. There may be some misconceptions but …  we are ‘on the map’.
Re sarcodes? A representative from Similimum (New Zealand – Supplier of remedies) said that they were still using the one harvested in the 1800’s (by Bach I think) . So when in all that time it did not kill or maim as did a few drugs used by our ‘brethren in the healing game’ why should it start now? I have a relative who lives without arms and legs courtesy Thalidomide or
Kontergan. Never has a Homeopathic remedy produced such an effect. Of course, those that investigate our remedies need to be sure, but can we not convince them that for the most part we are dealing with nano particles. And always we are using ever so much smaller doses than the drugs prescribed by mainstream medicos. I find this development exciting even though there may be some problems to be “ironed out”.

Thanks and best wishes


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  • Thanks to all the contributors at Homeopathy 4 Everyone! the attempt is very good and i appriciate very much.

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