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  • January 1995: I decided that I cannot let the 50th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camps go without being mentioned. There have been some moving scenes on television and in our read more...

  • After treatment with Strychninum ct ferrum cit, a baby girl with a putative diagnosis of oesophageal dysmotility and chronic reflux, being tube fed round the clock, was able to rosum.c normal read more...

  • Woman aged 18 years. Has had Silica x 2, Pulsatilla, Arsenicum album, Cannabis sativa.

  • Jonathan Stallick MHMA practises at the London Lighthouse in West London

  • This case raises some very important issues in dealing with severe pathology, issues of boundaries, exposure, inexperience, support and supervision, for the individual homeopath and our community read more...

  • This is a frequently indicated but neglected remedy, very easy to confuse with Aurum metallicum, Carcinosinum, Ignatia and Natrum muriaticum, with which it shares some characteristics.

  • An initial acute presentation reveals the underlying syphilitic miasm.

  • Master PM, aged 18 months, was first brought in to see me on 29, 1.92. This child was severely hypotonic – extremely marked flaccid paralysis and reduced muscular tone, with grand-mal type read more...

  • Master S, a 3-month-old baby, was brought to see me on 17th November 1998. His main complaint was a large lump on the right side of neck. At birth there was a nodule the size of a small lime, read more...

  • In my 25 years experience with homeopathy in India, Europe and the United States, I have had the privilege of treating hundreds if not thousands of cases suffering with grave pathology. In India, read more...

  • Tommaso is a thirteen year oldboy, brought in to see me by his parents because of ‘scrious problems at school. Before the consultation, had called his mother to ask if I could speak to her read more...

  • This article aims to provide clinical information about an illness that is not common, but may be encountered in homeopathic practices. It also aims to fill a gap in the homeopathic literature. A read more...

  • I would like to share this case with readers because it draws upon so many aspects of what is meant by the term "homeopathic'.

  • In July of 1981. I had the opportunity to treat this patient; she earne until October 1981, when she moved away. wool in the Touth. The pain can last 2 or 3 days and she is irritable with it. read more...

  • First scen February 1991 ‘Problems with food’, not being able to eat enough, lost much weight, periods stopped at 14. Stomach upsets every day, does not feel like eating after. read more...

  • As the overall supervisor for the proving of Menses, I was struck by its similarities to the remedies Sepia and Staphysagria and to see a picture which seemed to combine the essences of these two read more...

  • Thank God for new provings. Here is a case of a young woman who would not be as well as she is today without the remedy II dagen. It is not the only remedy she has had, but it has been a curative read more...

  • Reproduced from Lic cauinium - New Aspects of the Remedy with Clinical Confirmation written and published by Karl-Josef Müller.

  • She is a nice, robust, blonde 45-yearold woman. The official reason that led her to consult me was a kind of ‘fainting sensation’ she normally felt as the weather became warm. In the read more...

  • Mr B aged 70, is a retired estate agent. He presented with a seven week sore throat failing to recover with antibiotics and Omeprazole as prescribed by his GP. He has a history of a bowel read more...

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