Have you ever wondered how homeopathy came into being? The answer lies with German polymath, a text on malaria, and a poorly understood law of nature.
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A list of seven papers on homeopathy for malaria demonstrate why it is still being used by governments to provide relief and protection during malaria epidemics.
From malaria, influenza and Ebola to bird flu, parvo, and foot and mouth, epidemic diseases plague animals and humans alike. Treatment and control can be challenging but this vet explains how he manages two of the canine ones with homeopathy.
Urtica is an important remedy for skin complaints such as hives and burns. It’s also a useful remedy in types of gout, rheumatism, malaria, shellfish allergy, and agalactorrhea.
If countries wish to control their malaria problem it’s no harder than taking a look at those who are already doing it with homeopathy.
As antiretroviral therapy became less and less effective, life was more and more difficult for these three patients with HIV. Homeopathy made a big difference.
Once again, a combination homeopathic treatment has produced a significant antimalarial effect when tested in vivo on mice. The treatment was also found to be non-harmful on their kidney and …
Homeopathic remedies have been used for 200 years for the treatment and prevention of malaria. New research now supports the clinical efficacy of this practice. The study in question was …
Several Indian newspapers report that a homeopathic remedy able to treat and prevent malaria is now being distributed by the government, free of charge and door-to-door, to residents in Raipur. …