More Hopeful Resources to Explore
One of the most exciting pieces of news to come my way lately is the amazing successes the Indian state of Kerala is having with its egalitarian healthcare system, which includes the use of both homeopathy and Ayurveda. 20 million doses of Arsenicum Album were distributed free of charge as a preventative for COVID-19, and as of June 15, they’ve had only 19 deaths in a population of 35 million! In fact, this blog about Kerala’s successes went viral. Hopefully, the entire Indian government and the whole world will take notice of what’s truly possible with homeopathy.
Another movie about homeopathy! I think it’s truly excellent. It has a more scientific and less emotional tone to it than some of the recent movies and I believe it may get some skeptics to open their minds. It also includes one of the best explanations I’ve heard of how ultradilutions capture the energy of substance. Entitled “Homeopathy, Another way”, it was created with the help of French pharmacy Boiron. Be aware that the dialogue is in French with English subtitles. And watch it soon! It my only be available for free online for another month or two.
I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again — I love the monthly newsletters from Washington Homeopathics pharmacy. I encourage you to sign up for them — they always include interesting feature articles. I only wish they’d put them permanently online! June’s newsletter includes 2 great articles — one on how homeopathy is a nontoxic green medicine that doesn’t hurt the environment (unlike the heavily polluting pharmaceutical industry), and another that highlights famous women homeopaths from the past. Read it before it disappears.
Speaking of articles, in the past I’ve also pointed you to some written by my own homeopath, Deborah Olenev. She recently added one on the ever important topic of susceptibility, especially important these days. As she points out, this fundamental aspect of health and disease is left out of the dialogue in Western medicine. This omission underlies allopathy’s failure to understand that it is more important and effective to foster a patient’s health (thereby lowering their susceptibility) than it is to kill a virus.