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Homeopathy for Everyone October 2006

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Homeopathy for Everyone October 2006

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Alan V. Schmukler (Chief Editor)
Manish Bhatia
Rochelle Marsden
Firuzi Mehta
David Johnson
Elaine Lewis
Katja Schütt
Neil D. Shere
Leela D’Souza
Shirley Reischman
Edward De Beukelaer
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   Time Again for Homeopathy  Hospitals? – Dr. Manish Bhatia

“The results coming out of such institutes will force the governments all over the world to sit up and take notice of what we can achieve with homeopathy.”

Letters to the Editor

Hot-Seat Interview
 Dr. Navin Pavaskar – interviewed by Dr. Leela D’Souza

“I decided from then on that money would never figure as a priority to live or to practice homeopathy. This is a value my entire organization, the ICR, shares and nurtures . Our focus is to serve humanity and heal the sick with compassion and care . This ideology has remained with me till today and yes, I remain financially sound and very stable.”

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New Papers
 Hahnemann’s Advanced Methods – David Little

Part 7: Administering The Dose

“At times alternative methods of applying the dose
may be more suitable or used in conjunction with the oral dose to speed the cure. These methods may also be of use if the remedy can not be given orally due to the nature of an injury or unconsciousness on the part of the patient.”

Innovative and Effective Methods of Homeopathic Education –    Dr. Luc De Schepper

“This article’s title could be misleading because the greatest expectation is on the educator – that he is solely responsible for training masterful practitioners. Why then, among all the students I’ve taught do some become outstanding practitioners while others, even after years of training, act like they’ve never heard any of my lectures.”

The History of Homeopathy at the Robert-Bosch-Hospital from 1940 to 1973 – Siegfried Letzel

“Bosch imagined this venture to be such, that the treatment of patients in this hospital would clearly follow the (trade) mark of homeopathy to a decisive degree. The clinic was given the additional task, through research with trials and clinical treatment, to develop the homeopathic art of healing to its highest level.”

The Homeopathic Hospital at Neuilly-sur-Seine in France, 1914-1916 – Jeff Niswonger

“The Homeopathic Hospital at Neuilly was in existence for only a short time, from late 1914, until March of 1916.  During that time the hospital, under military control and working with the French Red Cross Society, handled 202 cases, of which 122 were surgical.”

History of Homeopathy in Victoria

“Whilst the hospital was being built the Melbourne Homeopathic Hospital operated from a 3-story terrace house at 17 Spring Street. It had an outpatient department and 14 beds.”

Nosebleed  and Homeopathy – Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma

“Any trauma to the face can cause bleeding from the nose. This is common in dry climates, or during the winter months when the air is dry and warm from household heaters.”

From the Clinic
 Infant in Distress: A Case of Neonatal Convulsions – Dr. Navin Pavaskar

“The totality consists of not just superficial expression of symptoms. One needs to go beyond the symptoms to understand the genesis of symptoms and  understand the structure primarily affected to form the True Totality.”

From Death to Life: A Rejuvenated Heart – Dr. Navin Pavaskar

“With this high level of anxiety, right during the angioplasty procedure he developed an acute angiospasm which was recorded on the angiography. The patient refused to go forward with the  angioplasty.”

Intoxicated Lady: A Case of Poisoning – Dr. Navin Pavaskar

“she appeared to be in an inebriated state, unable to stand on her own. She had an altered sensorium with flaccid, hypotonic muscles. She kept talking in Hindi in what appeared as repetitive talk.”

Anecdotes of Cardiac Emergencies – Dr. K. V. Natrajan

“The final choice of remedy should cover other characteristics of the case as well. This is the method most of the first generation homeopaths used before repertories were easily available and reliable.”

 Halloween Remedy Casts Kelly’s Toothache Clear To The Cosmos! – Kelly Young, Elaine Lewis

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