Homeopathy and Catholicism: A Saintly, Wholesome Pair
– by: Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na)
Monday, 23rd June 2014
Follow in the path of customary Catholics, priests, nuns, popes, Christian missionaries, conservative Christians, an imminent saint and traditional Jews; yes and even seculars, atheists, agnostics and new-agers … all adding up to over 450 million users of homeopathy on earth today…
Vibrational Medicine: Scientists Kill Viruses by Blasting them with Resonant Frequencies
– by: David Gutierrez
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Researchers have discovered that when viruses are bombarded with laser pulses of the right frequency, they shake apart. This arises from an inherent characteristic of all objects called a “resonant frequency,” which is the frequency at which an object naturally vibrates…
Saturday, 29 June 2013
Eugenie Rowson, author of There’s A Remedy for That, speaks about how the Antibacterial formula available at The Remedy Shoppe has helped her regain full motor control of her right hand which for many years she had been unable to fully use. This was as a result of the effects of numerous antibiotics taken many years ago for bacterial pneumonia.
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Thursday, 09 August 2012
27 July 2012
Although it is not precisely understood how homeopathic medicines work, there is clear evidence that the medicines are active and can…
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07 July 2010 I
n the week that doctors have described homeopathy as ‘nonsense on stilts’, a Nobel prize-winning scientist has made a discovery about the nature of water that suggests the therapy does have a scientific basis. Professor Luc Montagnier, a French virologist who won the Nobel prize for discovering a link between HIV and AIDS, has shocked fellow Nobel prize-winners by telling them that water has a memory that continues even after many dilutions. The idea is one of the foundations of homeopathy, which maintains that the potency of a substance is increased with its dilution. Montagnier has discovered that solutions containing the DNA of viruses and bacteria “could emit low frequency radio waves”. These waves influence molecules aro…
02 November 2006
If you want a scientist or doctor to turn purple with rage right in front of you, just say the word ‘homeopathy’. It’s great fun, and what with the turgid fare churned out in the name of entertainment on our television screens these days, it’s a fine way of whiling away an evening or twelve.
It’s a word that gets them every time – because, to them, it’s unscientific, it’s witchcraft, and it’s a return to the dark ages and superstition.
They were turning purple again last week after the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) decided to allow manufacturers of homeopathic remedies to specify the ailments for which they have been traditionally used. Nothing too serious, mind you, nothing like ‘cancer’ or ‘heart disease’, just the mild irritations of life such as colds, cough and hay fever.
Still, that was enough to get the purple brigade going. Six hundred doctors have signed a statement that says homeopathic remedies should not be allowed to make “unsubstantiated …
20 December 2007
Scientists and doctors who declare that homeopathy is bunk because of the dilution effect don’t understand the qualities of water, a leading chemist has claimed.
Rustum Roy, research professor of materials at Arizona State University, says that water does indeed have a ‘memory’ and can contain elements of an original substance, even after it has been diluted one million times.
For most scientists, this is an impossibility, and one that defies all scientific laws. But, says Prof Roy, that’s because they haven’t made a special study of water. For those who have, such as Prof Martin Chaplin of the South Bank University in London, the debunkers seem to merely hold to the position that they simply don’t believe it…
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