Homeopathy treatment or homoeopathy medicine is a medical system built on the principle that like cures like. It primarily uses potentised (extremely diluted) remedies to stimulate the body’s own healing functions. The word homeopathy comes from the Greek words homios (similar) and pathos (suffering), and the basis of the method is that like cures like. Homeopathy started to develop during the end of the 18th century, although some fundamental ideas have been known for a long time in Indian and Oriental Medicine. They have also been noted by historical medical personas like Hippocrates and Paracelsus.

Homeopathic herbal remedies or a homoeopathic remedy used in homeopathy are usually potentised, which means that they are diluted in several stages. Other remedies are used as well.
The theory behind the potentization is that the effectiveness of a remedy is inversely proportional to its main substance. The potency isn’t in the substance itself, but in its pattern, and the less there is of that substance the more powerful the pattern. This is explained by that energy is created and augmented through the rhythmic shaking of the solution when it is diluted.

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 Treatment for psuedo Bulbar Palsy
Neetu
2010-03-10 08:38:27
Kindly consider my fathers case and suggest homeopathic remedies to stop the progression and if possible reverse the symptoms. My father, Shri O.P Bijesure, 73 years of age has been diagnosed as Pseudobulbar Palsy (vascular origin) in September 2009. In June 2009, he started with difficulty in speech and slowly over a period of 2-3 months, he lost his 95% of speach. In August, 2009 his MRI was done which reports as: MRI Brain suggestive of age consistent, diffuse cerebral atrophy, mild periventricular ischemic demylelination and multiple small chronic supratentorial white matter lacunar infarcts.No evidence of acute ischemic infarcts. He is also having multi-infarct vascular dementia. In December 2009, he was given Rilutor 50 mg b.d. which he took for 25 days, but after taking this medication, his condtion detoriated. He got weak by 80% with loss of comprehension and recall of words and memory. So, we stopped the medication. In the same month, he also developed choking on swallowing food which really alarmed us. In January 2000, he underwent angioplasy for blockage in three vessels of heart, so he is taking mdeicine Ecosprin and Covance as blood thinners since then. He is not diabetic nor hypertensive, but he smoked for 20 years and left it 25 years back. EMG done in bilateral VL, TA, FDI, left dleoitd, mentalis, C*8 paraspinal and right triceps muscles. Result 1) Visible fasiculations seen in bilateral triceps, vasti, right EDC. 2) Spontaneous activity in the form of fasiculations noted in bilateral VL, left FDI, triceps and right deltoid muscles. Spontaneous activity in the form of fibrilations seen in right FDI, triceps, left vastus and deltoid. 3) MUAPs were large in amplitudes, prolonged in duration and polyphasic in all the musles sampled, suggestive of chronic neurogenic process. 4) Interferece pattern was reduced in right triceps and left vastus lateralis. 5)EMG reveals anterior horn cell involvement. It would be very kind of you to consider our case and help us.

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Dera
2013-04-22 12:01:18
ScepticsbaneThanks for the reference, I'll look at it when I get the cnache We see in Herr Edmondse2€™ response the exact same misapplication of theory and contextual shift at the root of many anti-Homeopathy arguments and we thank him for his explicit and clear statement illustrative of this error. Looks like typical pseudoscientific double talk to me.And why are you using a German honorific? This is an New Zealand site. If you do feel a need to follow German protocol, which is typically formal with people you do not know well, Dr Edmonds would be appropriate, otherwise feel free to use my first name, Michael, which would be the traditionally informal New Zealand approach. So why, then, do we continue to see attempts made, persistently, to treat the issue in terms of standard biochemical conceptionse2€a6.? Probably because the alternative approach is it's magic, just accept it doesn't sit well with me, and the literature suggests that it DOES NOT work.Having taken a quick look at the paper, (while ignoring the pile of marking on my desk for just a bit longer), it appears that homeopathic treatments were offered alongside conventional treatment so there are some issues with that. Will try and muddle my way through the stats a bit later, unless someone else beats me to it.And just to be clear that I understand your understanidng of homeopathy you believe that homeopathy does not work like an antibiotic or other mediciations in targeting specific diseases but instead it works by stimulating the bodies own immune system to activate its own healing therapeutics .Can you define what you mean by a healing therapeutic or is this just a conceptual term?
rks
2012-04-01 12:59:51
Pse show me
Rajeswar
2010-06-27 20:17:37
Thank you Dr Anwer Kamal...
dr anwer kamal
2010-06-19 23:20:31
Dear rajeshwar
your mother had fallen and she got injury on her heel--actually she got displacements on her neck and all test done show were of cervical region for that all of the cranial nerves almost compressed giving aympptoms of spondylosis and degeneration starts --right hand drops pain and numness or no power.
baryta mur, sepia ,symphytum 200 three times a day and kalium phos 6x three times a day.
i am treating on curable basis of lumber kyphosis, scoliosis and compressed and displaced vertebrae by acupuncture and homeopathy meds.
please go to dr khan or any experienced acupuncturist for the treatment.
HOW I WOULD BE ABLE TO DIFERENTIATE SYMPTOMS BEWEEN THREE PATIENTS__PL< CCREATE A NEW PAGE OF INDIVIDUALS>
Rajeswar
2010-06-19 14:32:46
Hello Dr Anwer Kamal,
First I am writing all the report summary of MRI and EMG -
MRI Cervical Spine-> Date: 06/02/10
Impression:
* Cervical spondylosis
* Grade I retrolisthesis of C3 over C4 and C5-over C6.
* Disc bulge at C3-C4 level indenting the anterior thecal sac without nerveroot compression.
* Disc bulge at C5-C6 level indenting the anterior thecal sac causing narrowing of bilateral neural foramina (left more than right) and compression of left nerve root.
* Disc bulge at C6-C7 level indenting the anterior thecal sac with narrowing of bilateral neural foramina and impingement on bilateral nerve root.

MRI Screening

Impression:
*Few ischemic foci in bilateral deep white matter.

EMG Study of all four limbs include tongue -> Date 12/06/10

The needle EMG of the muscles sampled (both Dio(1st), Rt.APB, Rt.Deltoid, both EDB & TA show fasciculation at rest.The MUAPs obtained show chronic denervation.
The tongue (Genioglossas) EMG shows fasciculation as well.
A previous NCS was reported as normal.

IMPRESSION:
The EMG study on this occasion would be suggestive of an anterior horn
cell disease. Please correlate clinically.

doctor prescribed as clinically MND,
progressive weakness of all 4 limbs

The problems she is facing -
From yesterday she is facing some what breathing problem i.e. geting some problem over chest and also facing problem while swallowing food. Now my mother is very much depressed. Too much pain in right hand and not able to walk at all, can not lift her right hand upto her chin; no comfortable while seating or lying. Kindly suggest something so that my mother will get recovered soon. If anything I missed out, kindly revert me back.
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