Reconciling Allopathy and Homeopathy?

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Roger Barr
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Reconciling Allopathy and Homeopathy?

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I have been watching the AutismOne videos and came across Dr Karima Harani's talk on Low Dose Immunotherapy (LDI or LDA). She studied with Dr Ty Vincent who has a youtube.com channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG_vet ... bg7lNALYWg). I highly recommend that homeopaths and allopaths watch their videos.

I am trying to find the aphorism where Dr Hahnemann stated that the most difficult condition to treat with homeopathy is the results of overdosing/poisoning from allopathic drugs. I can attest to that personally. I overdosed on vitamins which left me with chronic symptoms of numbness, pain and sensitivity to chemicals. Since then I have had many effective chronic remedies that did not touch my poisoning symptoms. A case of two simultaneous diseases - my chronic state and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS).

Well, LDI may be the missing link! They use combinations of antigens that are extremely diluted typically in a range of 6c to 18c and for some conditions as high as 30c! Its more isopathy than homepathy, but they are curing chronic autoimmune reactivity to many different antigens using extreme dilutions. This is something that allopathy and homeopathy both have difficulty with. Ty even has videos about curing Lyme disease and MCS (80% sucess rate).

I think it is great that allopathic doctors, albeit somewhat unconventional, are seeing the benefits of using extreme dilutions. Even mentioning homeopathy in their discussions of the process. This could be a way for reconciling homeopathy and allopathy and treating a lot of very debilitated patients. Check it out!!
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Asbestosis

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Has anyone experience in treating Mesohelioma.
Presumably one treats the picture but wish to know if homeopathic Asbestos has been found useful.
According to Murphy in Ref Works it could be,
Sad to see so little activity from the group.
Thank you Jean


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Re: Reconciling Allopathy and Homeopathy?

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Thankyou, Jean, for bring Asbestos to my attention - I didn't know of it for mesothelioma. Indeed it would be best to get the whole symptom picture, as more may be discovered that would suggest the underlying factors in the sufferer - and that might indicate Asbestos or lead one to something else. I wonder what others have found when treating this condition?
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Re: Reconciling Allopathy and Homeopathy?

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My teacher taught that using the same substance to kind of detox something was not technically homeopathy, but isopathy. She did say that it could be useful at times. I forget the substance that someone had tested that way, but they did find excretion of the substance using homeopathic remedies allopathically.

(note - edited entry to correct term to isopathy.)
 
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Re: Reconciling Allopathy and Homeopathy?

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I can't quite agree with your teacher, Anthony: detoxing by potency of toxin is not allopathy (which means treatment by something else) but tautopathy (treatment by the same) or isopathy (treatment by something equal). I'm glad you had evidence that the method worked!


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Re: Reconciling Allopathy and Homeopathy?

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Yes, my brain realized later that I typed the wrong term. I just went back to correct, and you had the correct term there. Thank you.


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