– Homeopathy Successfully Treated Flu Epidemic of 1918:
While the mortality rate of people treated with traditional medicine and drugs was 30 percent, those treated by homeopathic physicians had mortality rate of 1.05 percent.
– Homeopathic Alternatives to Antibiotics:
Homeopathic medicine actually gained its greatest popularity primarily due to its impressive successes in the treatment of infectious diseases in the 19th century. The death rates in American and European homeopathic hospitals from cholera, scarlet fever, typhoid, and yellow fever were typically two to eight times less by percentage than those in conventional hospitals (Bradford, 1900; Ullman, 2007). As a result of these successes, at the turn of the 20th century there were over 100 homeopathic hospitals and 22 homeopathic colleges, including Boston University, University of Michigan, New York Medical College, and Hahnemann College of Medicine.
– Dispelling the Myths Surrounding Homeopathy
To ban homeopathy is part of the plan of the elite. Inform yourself about Codex Alimentarius:
– Dr. Rima E. Laibow MD reports from the Codex Committee on Nutrition Labeling
– Dr. Rima E. Laibow: The Globalist Depopulation Agenda
– Dr. Rima E. Laibow on Codex Alimentarius and Food Nazification
– Dr. Rima E. Laibow on the Contamination of the Food Supply & Deadly Antibiotics
– Codex Alimentarius: Population Control Under the Guise of Consumer Protection
– Nutricide – Criminalizing Natural Health, Vitamins, and Herbs
Most MDs these days are only salesman of the pharmaceutical industry.
Nothing on this planet is more unscientific than western medicine, except religion.
Over 90% of all soccer players in Germany’s premier league get treated with homeopathy.
Oh and ask David Rockefeller (* 12. Juni 1915) why he has an homeopath accompanying him all of the time.
Those elite criminals, like Rockefeller, know what is good for them and what works.
BMA conference tables seven motions against public funding of 200-year-old ‘unscientific’ practice
Helen Llewelyn suffered from chronic physical pain and depression as a result of endometriosis which conventional medicine, including surgery, failed to help
Hundreds of delegates to the British Medical Association’s conference are expected to support seven motions all opposed to the use of public money to pay for remedies which they claim are, at best, scientifically unproven and, at worst, ineffective.
Critics of the 200-year-old practice also want junior doctors to be exempt from working at homoeopathic hospitals because it goes against the principles of evidence-based medicine. Sugar pills and placebos have no place in a modern health service, they say, especially as the NHS must find £20bn in savings over the next few years.
But supporters claim homoeopathy helps thousands of patients with chronic conditions such as ME, asthma, migraine and depression who have not responded to conventional medical treatments. The British Homoeopathic Association (BHA) points out that less than 0.01 per cent of the massive NHS drug bill is spent on homoeopathic tinctures and pills.
Nevertheless, the conference will also hear calls for homoeopathic remedies to be banned from chemists unless they are clearly labelled as placebos rather than medicines. The over-the-counter market is worth around £40m a year, and rising, according to Mintel, the consumer research organisation.