Homeopathy for Everyone November 2005
| The Lancet Controversy– – Dr. Manish Bhatia|
In this issue of Homeopathy for Everyone, we focus on the ongoing controversy and try to provide an objective analysis of the meta-analysis and the editorial published in The Lancet from a homeopathic standpoint.
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| Dr. Gabrielle Traub – interviewed by Elaine Lewis|
..every one of us has had a patient where we have tried everything, taken a perfect case, given a remedy we were sure would help and nothing helped. Feel encouraged that with a little bit of creativity, and flexibility, often a remedy can still be found.
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| Homeopathy, Research & The Lancet – Dr. Manish Bhatia|
In its August 27 issue, The Lancet published a meta-analysis which contends that homeopathic remedies are no better than placebo. A lot of debate and many discussions have followed without going into the full details of the meta-analysis and the editorial. This paper tries to review the meta-analysis and the editorial from the homeopathic stand point.
Fingernails And What They Reveal – Dr. Gabrielle Traub
The appearance and colour of our nails not only reflects the status of our health but can give valuable information about the underlying disease condition and as a homeopath, it can also help us in selecting the most appropriate homeopathic remedy.
Classification of Bach flower Remedies based on States of Mind – Chaitali Maybhate
Each of the 38 remedies discovered by Dr. Bach is
directed at a particular characteristic or emotional state. Flower Remedies can help us achieve a positive state of mind.
|From the Clinic|
| A Case of Eczema– Dr. Santosh Joshi|
The patient came with the complaints of eczematous eruptions on the body which started after her second pregnancy 18 years back. Since then the patient is suffering and nothing has helped her.
A Few Unique Cases – Dr. S. K. Mamgain
To stimulate this dynamic votal force, we do not require large and physiological doses rather the remedies must be in dynamic form and in smallest possible small dose.
| Hot flushes with Burgundy Red Tongue – Edward de Beukelaer|
The rattle snake is one of the rare snakes that lives in large groups. To be able to live in ‘peace’ with the others, the crotalus (patient) needs to be acquainted by his ‘peers’ or group.
| The Only Homeopath Anywhere Within Miles! – Elaine Lewis, Kelly Young|
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Revisiting “Everglades National Park” Needs Help! – Elaine Lewis, DHom
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| Rapid Prescribing – Dr. Muhammad Rafeeque|
The selection of a simillimum is based upon detailed case taking and evaluation of symptoms. So just prescribing on a single symptom is not advisable.
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