What is homeopathic medicine? It's one of the safest and most effective medicines you've likely been afraid to try because those in the established medical community have dismissed it for years as quackery.
One thing many people have come to realize recently is the medical establishment doesn't always have your best interests at heart. From 2000 to 2018, pharmaceutical companies raked in more than $3 trillion.
Don't get me wrong. Doctors are entitled to earn a living just like everyone else, but it's time to stop thinking of them as the saints you see on television such as Marcus Welby, M.D.
There is a tremendous bias against homeopathic medicine, both online and in the medical community. Wikipedia especially has tried to discredit this natural type of medicine. The articles about homeopathy are suspected to be written by pharmaceutical representatives.
The American Medical Association itself was founded in the 1920s with its stated goal being to get rid of the scourge of homeopathy. So why would this type of medicine be such a threat to the pharmaceutical industry?
We are learning to trust doctors less these days, and with good reason. For no other reason, it’s tempting to turn to homeopathy simply because pharmaceutical companies see it as such a threat.
The recent push of experimental vaccines in recent years and its detrimental effects have shown that pharmaceutical companies don’t have your best interests at heart. If anything, modern medicine seems to be focused on increasing its bottom line rather than healing people.
Homeopathic medicine works at a cellular level and stimulates your own immune system to heal faster.
Homeopathic medicine is the original nanomedicine. Gene expression describes how the information in a gene makes RNA molecules or does other functions. Homeopathy has an effect on your genes and spurs them to work on your behalf.
A study published in Langmuir, the American Chemistry Society’s scientific journal, showed that nano doses of homeopathic medicines remain even after they’ve been diluted more than 200 times. Our cells work at nano dose levels as well. The nano doses found in homeopathic medicines are able to penetrate cell membranes and blood and brain barriers much easier than complex molecules. Nano doses are also safer.
It was discovered by Samuel Hahnemann who discovered that if different elements were diluted 30 or even 200 times, they had a powerful healing effect without causing harm. He realized that symptoms were the body’s way of healing itself. Stimulate those symptoms, and your body was able to fully heal. Like other natural healing methods, homeopathy is safe to use.
It’s interesting how Hahnemann and homeopathy have been vilified by the medical establishment. The National Library of Medicine points out how Hahnemann died a millionaire (gasp!) while ignoring the fact that pharmaceutical companies that fund that journal and others like it have made billions in the past year alone on pharmaceutical products that cause a multitude of harmful side effects. But I digress.
Homeopathy was extremely popular in the 1800s, used by royalty, religious leaders, and literary giants among others. Those in the established medical community saw it as a threat. Homeopathic medicine is in such small doses that the apothecaries of the day couldn’t make much money off of it. Homeopathic medicines are inexpensive and homeopathic doctors—unlike their drug-dealing counterparts—don’t make much money.
95% of all medical professionals in France prescribe homeopathic medicines, and the World Health Organization cited France as having the best health care in the world.
Some of the most respected medical journals out there have done research on homeopathy and found it to be effective and safe.