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Fake News: Not “New” News for Us Homeopathy Folks

Joette Calabrese, HMC, PHom M

January 1st, 2017  |  10 Comments

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The term “fake news” is all over the media these days.

But for those of us who practice and believe in homeopathy, fake news is nothing more than “old news” for us.

This year as you enthusiastically relate your curing experiences to friends and relatives, just know some “caring” relative is going to tell you homeopathy is a fake.

Today, I am writing to help you with some choice words of encouragement and some factual data that homeopathy is far from fake.

“There's no scientific data.”

The Banerjis can trace their homeopathic lineage back 150 years.

They are regularly asked to present their data to the world of cancer research in premium research facilities: Click here for details; 

If you’re looking for more, go here: 

Or simply search on my site for the words “proving,” “homeopathy successes,” or click this link.

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“Homeopathy can’t work; it’s just water.”  

This claim stems from the admission that homeopathic medicines are ultra-dilutions of a substance to the extent that they no longer contain detectable levels of the initial substance.

I am not going to go technical on you … certainly, you all have your clinical proofs … but there is a technical side to homeopathy that, with the evolution and sophistication of testing methods, we’re now able to explain how homeopathy works.

Drs. Iris Bell, Rostum Roy, W.A. Tiller, and M.R. Hoover, in a paper describing their research entitled, The Structure of Liquid Water; Novel Insights from Material Research; Potential Relevance to Homeopathy, eloquently stated:

“In conclusion, this paper has outlined testable hypotheses about the ability to alter the structure of water in the ultra-dilute regime, through epitaxy coupled with succussion (vigorous shaking) generating pressure and nano-bubbles leading to properties markedly different than those of untreated water.”

In other words, there is a change in the structure of water when a homeopathic medicine is introduced, and the solution shaken.   

So you can’t have it both ways; either it’s just plain water, or it’s dangerous (in the case of teething pills).

Need more evidence of scientific proof? Read John Benneth’s article Proof for Homeopathy.

Let the carpers be warned: there is no legal case against homeopathy. This is because of the evidence you and your fellow students accumulate daily. This, along with the clinical proofs from the likes of the Banerjis, as well as cutting-edge research from the likes of Dr. Iris Bell and Nobel Laureate Luc Montagneir, far outweigh the case against homeopathy.

And before I give you my homeopathic remedy of the week:

The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act recognizes as official the drugs and standards in the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States. (By the way, the FDA was formed in the 1940s by Dr. Royal Copeland, a homeopathic physician.)

Unlike drugs of commerce, no homeopathic medicine formulated under the standards of the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia has ever been recalled.

Nothing fake about that statistic!

A couple of final notes:

Just remember, you don’t need the approval of others. You’re not learning and using homeopathy to change their thinking.

You’re a student of homeopathy because instinctively, you know homeopathy offers the one safe, efficacious medical solution to you and your family’s conditions.

You may have read that the FTC recently issued new guidelines for labeling of over-the-counter homeopathic products. Here is a well-written response, you might want to arm yourself with their comments and be ready to respond to that “caring” relative. Leading U.S. Physicians Issue Strongly Worded Letter to FTC in Response to FTC Statement on Homeopathy.

So here is your homeopathic solution of the week.  Remember St. John's wort?  It's an herb that is excellent for depression, anxiety and lacerations.  

Now think of it in homeopathic form: Hypericum … it ups the ante. Think of it for nerve pain. That is pain that is severe after an injury, for example. Even if it's years later! Pain that is excruciating after a dental extraction.  Pain from crushed fingers, toes, anywhere on the spine and other nerve-rich areas. The more extreme the pain, the higher the potency. If mild or something that will need regular repetition, a 200 potency is good every few hours or so. If however, the pain is excruciating, 1M might be the only way to go. I've even used it in 10M, but that's a story for another time.

So there you have it. Hypericum perforatum needs to be in your homeopathy kit. Use it and pass on the good word.




Joette laughingI am a homeopath with a worldwide practice working with families and individuals via Zoom. I'm also a teacher and most importantly, a mom who raised my now-adult children depending on homeopathy over the last 31 years. I lived decades of my life with food intolerances, allergies, and chemical sensitivities until I was cured with homeopathy, so I understand pain, anxiety, and suffering. You may feel that your issues are more severe or different than anyone else’s, but I have seen it all in my practice and in my work in India. My opinion is that nothing has come close to the reproducible, safe and effective results that my clients, students and I have achieved with homeopathy.

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Joette is not a physician and the relationship between Joette and her clients is not of prescriber and patient, but as educator and client. It is fully the client's choice whether or not to take advantage of the information Joette presents. Homeopathy doesn't "treat" an illness; it addresses the entire person as a matter of wholeness that is an educational process, not a medical one. Joette believes that the advice and diagnosis of a physician is often in order.

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10 thoughts on “Fake News: Not “New” News for Us Homeopathy Folks”

  1. Becky Mundt says:

    Love this!

    No, you do not have to tell me that I do not need to ask permission for anything. 🙂 I aint never been one to ask for permission. lol.

    Very excited to learn of the St. Johnny’s homeopathy- had never thought of it – I discovered a few years ago that St. Johnny’s is amazing for a lot – especially topically to knock out poison oak – to which I have long been extremely sensitive. The St. Johnny’s seems actually to be making me less sensitive to it as well – amazing.

    Last summer I walked right through a huge patch of poison oak (I was distracted entirely by a task on the farm and just ‘forgot’ about the fact that it was July and hot as blazes and the hillside I was traipsing through was COVERED in it) When I realized what I’d done, I went right to the house, stripped, washed my body with copious amounts of tincture, took a cool shower and scrubbed all over with a stiff cloth and plain soap and then washed with tincture one more time. I didn’t even get one blister! Not even a tiny itch!

    So the idea of this Hypericum perforatum is pretty darn exciting to me – because I love my St. Johnny’s tincture for everything from combating infections (I don’t do ‘sick’) all kinds of cuts, scrapes etc – so I use it alot! I guess I won’t be able to make my own homeopathy from my St. Johnny’s flowers – but I’m very excited to learn more about it. Love that it helps with pain and have a few friends who I will send your post to for that reason. 🙂 Thanks!

  2. Eileen says:

    My 11 yr old daughter had an extra siamese tooth that was fused to her real tooth. It was fused to almost half of the other tooth. We went to an oral surgeon where he cut up through the tooth to separate the two teeth and pulled out the extra tooth. I followed the pre-surgery protocol and when she got out I started to administer arnica after. The pain was intense as the novocain started to wear off. The arnica wasn’t enough, so I started to administer Hypericum and alternate it with the arnica. We dosed more frequently at first but then she needed it less and less. By eight o’clock at night she she was dancing around the house and made homemade pudding for herself. She over did it and we started dosing again, but then at bed time she slept through the night with only waking up once to take one dose and we didn’t need to do anything after that. No pain after that first day.

    No one will ever be able to tell me homeopathy is a fake!

    1. Courtney Ingham says:

      And you’ll be able to pass on your knowledge to your children. The best medicine ever!

    2. John Kieffer says:

      Hi Eileen, that’s good to hear! Did you use hypericum 200?

  3. asoltis says:

    For someone having post stroke nerve pain as use of the limb (hand in particular) returns–what dose of Hypericum and how often? The pain is not continual anymore-but terrible after physical therapy and using the hand. I am already administering baryta for the crying after a stroke-30c once a day and have tried to use arnica once a day as well…I would love some advice from anyone as I am definitely not an expert! He is 68 yrs old-had a right side stroke leaving left side weakness-struggling with getting strength and use in hand and shoulder and left leg. Thank you for your help in advance…

    1. Courtney Ingham says:

      You might want to re-read the article as I go over this in it. Consider using it like any analgesic. IF it acts, don’t take so frequently. If it hasn’t yet helped, repeat. etc.

  4. Smbtv says:

    Can hypericum be taken for deep vein thrombosis pain if on blood thinners?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      If you’re asking me if there’s a problem with taking blood thinner meds while taking Hypericum, the answer is that there is no contraindication as far as I know.

      1. smbtv says:

        Thank you so much. That is what I thought. Is the same with Arnica? Some blogs I’ve read have given warnings not to take Arnica if you’re taking blood thinners.

        1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

          Silly people. They only go an inch deep and don’t learn what homeopathy means. They have read Arnica as a gross substance and don’t realize how homeopathy works. Once its diluted, say 200 times to the hundreth power, Arnica corrects the blood regardless of its viscosity.

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