Countless people still die from from infectious diseases such as malaria, whooping cough, and other epidemic diseases. But the primary means of victory, vaccines, have serious drawbacks.
Vaccines are expensive, slow to produce, offer variable rates of protection, and are complicated to distribute and administer. They also produce minor to serious side-effects, and in some instances, death. For some diseases, no vaccine exists.
So, to manage these problems better, why don’t we look at the homeopathic alternative?
Homeopathy has been repeatedly used for protection AND treatment during epidemics and outbreaks. It is inexpensive, quickly distributed, easily administered and safe.
Homeopathy first rose to prominence through its effective treatment and prevention of cholera and typhoid. 200-years later it is still doing the same; governments of today are using homeopathy to prevent, treat, or break epidemics within their countries. Some examples are:
- The Indian government controls epidemics of malaria, Japanese encephalitis, dengue fever, and epidemic fever with homeopathy
- The Cuban government now depends on homeopathy to manage its leptospirosis epidemics and dengue fever outbreaks
- The Brazilian government funded two large trials that successfully reduced the incidence of meningococcal disease in those given the homeopathy prophylactic
- The governments of Thailand, Colombo and Brazil use homeopathy to manage dengue fever outbreaks and epidemics
(References and sources for these and other instances are found at: http://homeopathyplus.com/Homeoprophylaxis-Human-Records-Studies-Trials.pdf)
Isn’t it time we ‘wised up’ and researched the homeopathic option further?
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