Western College Of Homeopathic Medicine

Dana Ullman invites us to think of homeopathy as medicine at ultra-small doses, or nanopharmacology, which avoids the often debilitating side effects of conventional pharmacology. Another brick to the wall… I see 10 homeopathic sessions for animals twice a week in two hours… and I know personally ten physicians who once gave homeopathic session for hundreds in the same time… @ the effects I always see people complaining about something they cannot prove… I mean… they say is not scientific but on the other hand they DO NOT PROVE IT (evidence) not just ARGUMENTS !!

An article published in the Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy in May 1921 states that Dean W.A.Pearson of Philadelphia collected 26,795 cases of influenza treated by homeopathic physicians with only a mortality rate of 1.05{ad20d07fc41560de09e0a0c8a7dba7435218b5e74aad223b7b322ef672930dd4}, while the average conventional medical approach had a mortality rate of 30{ad20d07fc41560de09e0a0c8a7dba7435218b5e74aad223b7b322ef672930dd4}.

While these symptoms represent the body's best efforts to heal, they are not always successful in doing so. Ultimately, homeopathic medicines are some of the most powerful natural drugs available today to help augment the body's ability to heal itself (more on this topic later).

What is interesting to note is that researchers find that the hormetic effects of small doses only seems to influence biological systems when there is repeated dosages of the noxious (or medicinal) agent, while homeopathic clinicians find that the even smaller homeopathic doses have longer lasting effects, and do not require repetition of dosages.homeopathic medicinehomeopathic medicine

Labelling for homeopathic products To avert misleading label that the product is regulated by the FDA, all homeopathic products will be required to have prominent labels stating: 1) the products claimed active ingredients in plain English, and 2) the product has not been evaluated by the FDA for either safety or effectiveness.homeopathic medicine