93 women given a complex (combination) of homeopathic remedies. Many of them had shorter labours with fewer complications than those given the placebo.
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Many know of Arnica’s benefits following a bruise or injury but who knew it could repair genetic damage from the sun’s ultra-violet radiation – at least in bacteria?
A 5-year updated analysis of randomised controlled trials of homeopathy reveals a positive shift in the balance of the evidence base from 2014-2019.
A retired doctor tells how with a little knowledge, patience and practice, amazing results are achieved with homeopathy.
A PhD Biochemist looks at how the research stacks up and why some are still antagonistic to homeopathy in the face of this evidence.
“Research about nanoparticles and the properties of water confronts the claims against the homeopathic tradition, that remedies are nothing more than placebo..”
Studies show that homeopathic medicines have an effect at the level of genetic expression, thereby giving the homeopath another tool for understanding.
Dr. Robert Verkerk discusses ‘Shifting Paradigms in Research Outcomes’ during the ‘New Horizons in Water Science’ presentation.
Homeopaths love homeopathy, but Tracy Kolenchuk thinks homeopathic consumers should love their homeopaths – and she has come up with ten reasons why. She covers things such as health, money, …