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English language Book edition.

The IHM is releasing the English version of the P&W Boenninghausen TPB today. Retail Price is $85 + postage. The first 100 purchasers can obtain the book for $55+ postage. 35 more words


Difficult Decisions

In the last few weeks we have received several requests to sign petitions on behalf of homeopathic projects. One petition  received (requested from several sources), was to ask the United Nations to recognise world homoeopathy day. 682 more words


The Mustard Gas Experiments of 1941-1942

             One of the first double-blind and placebo-controlled trials ever conducted for a governmental agency (England’s Ministry of Home Security) tested homeopathic treatments during World War II and was conducted in 1941-42 on volunteers whose skin was burned with mustard gas.  408 more words


The decline of Homoeopathy

England has long been the model and a leader in the resurgence of homoeopathy in the West. Sadly, the concerted efforts by determined sceptics and the press, plus the almost compete ruination of the therapy by false practices like the Sensation method, have rendered in the main, the therapy ineffective. 176 more words

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11 Simple Steps To Health

“The trouble is, humans do have a knack of choosing precisely those things that are worst for them.”- J.K. Rowling

Let’s face it! We can be bad decision-makers. 943 more words


Completed Zaragoza Seminar

32 Delegates from the Zaragoza Association and independent homoeopaths joined together to discuss the practice of homoeopathy as defined by Hahnemann.

The viewpoint of Hahnemann was illustrated through the Organanon and his other writings in respect to casetaking, characteristic symptoms and what to prescribe for. 110 more words

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Specificity of Seat - James Compton Burnett and the Generalization of Locality

© Will Taylor, MD 2001

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The previous 4 installments in this series have addressed the characterizing dimensions of symptoms. Last month’s article investigated Boenninghausen’s generalization of modalities and sensations, and the use of modalities and sensations by analogy in reconstructing complex symptoms. 1,184 more words

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