Recently, I completed the Homeopathy Course offered by Breyer State University. In it, you learn homeopathy's history, the basis of why it works, all about doses, what foods to avoid or add to the diet, and a ton of other things about it. It took several books, each over 1000 pages to say what I'm theorizing, really. Regardless, I'm going to go out on a limb here and state that we're not using Homeopathy as it was intended originally. We've strayed from the pure path and muddied the waters, so to speak.
Interesting Facts about Homeopathy
- Less is more.
- Potency numbers reflect how many times the original substance has been diluted.
- Potency numbers can be labeled as some number followed by an X, M, or C.
- Making a homeopathic remedy is really pretty easy, just time consuming. A video on the process is here:
- To cure an illness with homeopathy, one must be highly skilled in observation.
- Homeopathy was first proposed by German physician Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, based on an "ipse dixit" axiom formulated by Hahnemann, which he called the law of similars, preparations which cause certain symptoms in healthy individuals are given in diluted form to patients who already exhibit similar symptoms.
- Homeopathic remedies are always given as needed. If one does clears the case - if the patient's overall energy improves and th symptoms of illness fall away - then by all means do not give a second dose. If the first dose seems to help some, then watch for a return of symptoms and a falling off of the overall energy, then give the second dose.4
- Practical Homeopathy by Vinton McCabe