There’s a battle out there to keep mothers from believing they are the experts in their families’ health care.
Because if mothers take back their power, it weakens a medical industry that has had a stranglehold on the family for centuries.
Homeopathy debilitates the current medical paradigm in place — one that insists you relinquish your rights by utilizing the newest, hottest technique or drug prescribed by medical doctors to care for your family, by giving those rights back to you instead.
There’s a lot of psychology that has gone into the marketing of these professionals.
We’re told their treatments are unique — though allowed only through prescriptions. It’s not unlike the battle between any two competing persons in the market square.
ok, I get competition but some of the tactics are downright deceiving.
For example, a constructed effort is ongoing to convince mothers that homeopathy is anti-religious — “black magic,” if you will.
Nothing could be further from the truth. The names of the medicines are Latin medical and botanical terms — not magic spells. Homeopathy requires no belief in a religion or cultish order.
It is a science.
Mother Teresa and the sisters of the Missionaries of Charity consistently utilized homeopathy. I wonder if the powers that be would accuse her of being a practitioner of magic?
Of course not! So why, then, are they trying to brand the mothers who use homeopathy with that terrible, frightening label?
Because homeopathy could pose a threat! Indeed for over 100 years.
Homeopathy is a medicine that is inexpensive, efficacious and puts the power of healing into the hands of the family by eliminating the need (in many circumstances) for a mother to be reliant on a medical doctor for every little sniffle.
Don’t forget: Homeopathic medicines can’t be patented. And we all know the answer to most questions regarding “why” is to follow the money!
So, the reason the naysayers are threatened by homeopathy is the reason why I love it!
There is no other medicine — I repeat, no other medicine — that gracefully bows to the family like this one does.
It supports the family because it gives back to the mother her God-given right to heal her family. Why certainly you can tell that your child has a sore throat … from across the room! You don't need someone to tell you that!
The next step is to administer the homeopathic medicine you've learned that will address such. In a day or so, all is well.
Don’t you think that measure of autonomy, if this trend were to catch on, as it did a century ago, would put a dent in the antibiotic market?
Or pediatric practices?
The well-baby checkups?
The yearly mammograms or the demoralizing human roto-rooter, otherwise known as a colonoscopy?
Yes! A huge dent.
So, the industry is threatened and reverts to the tactic of fear-mongering, causing legitimate religious organizations to become their unwitting co-conspirators.
But don’t fall for it! Homeopathy, my fellow Christians and other religious believers, is not magic.
If you don't understand how a homeopathic medicine works, don't become suspicious of it. Instead, learn how it works — or don't bother and simply use it because it works!
I don’t fully understand how an airplane flies or how a cell phone can transmit information from one part of the world to another in nanoseconds yet still be used as a simple telephone, or how computers are programmed to perform the exact tasks we ask of them.
Does that mean we assign “magic” to the explanation of it? No. We accept the science of it.
Right now, I am holding in my hand a smartphone containing more computing power than the computers first used to put a man on the moon. The original explanation of how a computer works — how it calculated — was “power on to power off.”
How does that morph into my smartphone’s ability to translate the Greek language, allow me to shop online or call someone in Australia from my home with no connecting wires?
I don’t know. Do you? What I do know is it's true, even if I don't completely understand it, because I've seen the proof.
The reason magic is not applied to computers and smartphones is that there is no competing industry feverishly working to taint the market with propaganda.
There’s no “abacus” business being threatened by these mathematical wonders of the 21st century. Most everyone is behind these products.
But clever pharmaceutical marketers and lobbyists want to be certain that their market survives intact through the questioning of modern medicine, which has occurred in the last few decades.
An incredible amount of money depends on their ability to hold onto their share of the market and keep their position at the top. So, how smart is it for them to target the fears of religious believers by labeling homeopathy — their threatening (albeit small) competitor — as devious?
In fact, modern-day immunology and allergy treatments derive from the primary principle of homeopathy, “the Law of Similars,” — the ancient principle that “like cures like.”
Both of these conventional medical treatments, vaccinations and allergy shots, work by augmenting the immune response by subjecting the patient to a specifically prepared amount of similar material. Sound familiar?
Sure, homeopathy was developed over 200 years ago when there were no electron microscopes. Even today, much of modern medical science is unknown as to exactly how this or that works.
But we know clinically that a drug works because when it is used, it acts.
The clinical evidence in favor of homeopathy is undeniable. The Banerjis alone have provided years of clinical-based evidence that has been reproduced in high-profile cancer centers around the world.
As Dana Ullman cites in his article, The Case FOR Homeopathic Medicine: The Historical and Scientific Evidence, “… American health care which has been so resistant to homeopathic and natural therapies in its mainstream institutions is presently ranked 37th in the world in the performance of its health care system.
“In comparison, the number one ranked country in the world is France, a country in which around 40 percent of the population uses homeopathic medicines and around 30 percent of its family physicians prescribe them.”
But, homeopathy is the only medical paradigm I’m aware of that doesn’t hype itself. Even supplements rely heavily on hype. Look online and you can’t miss “the latest, greatest” supplement du jour.
Instead, homeopathy is low-key. We don’t need hype; we have results.
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One particular file is over 200 single-spaced pages of research! And, when I teach homeopathy on my blog, it’s free! If you buy the remedy that the blog article is linked to, I get no payment whatsoever. I provide this as a free service. (In fact, buy the remedy at BoironUsa.com enter my name “Joette” at checkout and get a 20% discount.)
Lastly, allow me to offer a personal consideration that may help you sort out the difference between the integrity of homeopathy and the kind of medicine that is prominent in North America — the one you’ve likely been using for decades without giving it a passing thought.
If how a system of medicine is practiced on the innocent is a measure of its honor, then we must consider this: You will never find a homeopathic physician performing an abortion in a women’s clinic, nor will you catch one behind closed doors inducing an adolescent girl to take birth control pills (while the mother is intentionally left clueless by being assigned to the waiting room).
Indeed, if any questions of legitimacy ought to be asked, should they not be directed toward those who perform questionable — nay, immoral — practices?
Unlike substantial segments of its modern medical counterpart, homeopathy provides wholesome, non-violent, truthful and curative medicine based on scientific pharmacology.
So, have no fear, fellow Christians, Catholics, Hasidic Jews, Amish and all religious believers. You can feel comfortable following in the footsteps of over 450 million users of homeopathy on earth today: Catholic priests, nuns, popes, Christian missionaries, conservative Christians, an eminent Saint and traditional Jews — and yes, even seculars (atheists, agnostics, and new-agers).
Just as when you utilize a microwave or cell phone, you don’t betray your religion to use homeopathy, nor should you be bedazzled by its ability. It is not magic; it is science. You can count on this gentle and effective medicine to heal your family no matter what your religion or discipline.
Religion and homeopathy are not mutually exclusive.
After all, it’s simply good medicine.
P.S. As our fellow countrymen revolt against the powers of the pharmaceutical and medical lobbies, like-minded candidates are rising up to lead.
I invite you to listen to Scott Adams’ fascinating interview with an amazing man, Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, who is running against incumbent Elizabeth Warren for the office of United States Senator from Massachusetts.
He is a successful self-made man, with four degrees from MIT, whose parents immigrated from India to allow their children to be part of the American Dream.
He firmly believes in putting the power of healthcare back in the hands of families. He speaks of his grandmother’s natural healing techniques for the people in her Indian village. His personal experiences, along with strong economic and political factors, inform his plan to change legislation so that American individuals are allowed more freedom — and more responsibility — to govern their families’ health care.