Monthly Archives: June 2018

Homeopathy works says the Daily Mail!

The Daily Mail article says: “There is no doubt that many people — including the vast majority of scientists — regard homeopathy with extreme scepticism. With its medieval-sounding ingredients, such as poison ivy, cat’s milk, common toad, all delivered in highly diluted, vanishingly minuscule amounts, how can it possibly work? Developed in the 1790s by Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician, homeopathy is based on the idea that, in tiny doses, like cures like. So if you have inflammation, for example, then very small

Antimicrobial resistance: superbugs?

A problem in modern conventional health care is the over use of antibiotics leading to a loss of effectiveness. Before antibiotics existed homeopathy was very successful in a wide range of epidemics. It was especially effective in C19 cholera. (TL Bradford,The Logic of Figures or Comparative Results of Homœopathic and Other Treatments, 1900). In 1941 the standard Schick Test for the presence of diphtheria showed how well homeopathy worked. (Potency action, A preliminary study of the alteration of the Schick