Potentised Chemotherapy Drugs

Research shows homeopathy to have equal success with orthodox methods in India and Spain.

Potentised Chemotherapy Drugs

Postby johnhelios » Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:18 pm

Homeopathy works due to the principle of like curing like with a medicine made by the homoeopathic dilution and succussion method known as potentisation.
However potentised remedies which are identical to the causative agent are very often used andthis is known as Isopathy.
Examples of this are the use of potentised forms of substances to which people are allergic to. E.g. Foods, house dust, pollens. They work more superficially than remedies which are similar, and are a blanket rather than an individualised approach, but are successful in many case to de-sensitise patients.
The isopathic approach is also useful for side effects and over reactions to conventional drugs - especially 'never been well' situations. They can be used for bad reactions to antibiotics, other drugs as well as reactions from vaccinations. Many cancer sufferers use isopathy to help them through their treatment. The larger homeopathic pharmacies have potentised chemotherapy and other cancer drugs which are commonly used to ease the difficult side effects which these powerful drugs can create. They are not substitutes for the drug itself and do not antidote them, but they stimulate the body to break the drugs down and strengthen it to cope with the toxic effects. If you want to try them ask for the drug in the 30th potency and take one three times a day during chemotherapy or when the side effects come on. Do not take them for more than 5 days if there is no effect. I hope this is useful. For more advice from Helios Pharmacy please ring 01892 537254.
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