Dr. Gail Derin studied the symptoms of Ebola Zaire, the most deadly of the three that can infect human beings. Dr. Vickie Menear, M.D. and homeopath, found that the remedy that most closely fit the symptoms of the 1914 “flu” virus, Crolatus horridus, also fits the Ebola virus nearly 95% symptom-wise! Thanks go to these doctors for coming up with the following remedies:

1. Crolatus horridus (rattlesnake venom) 2. Bothrops (yellow viper) 3. Lachesis (bushmaster snake) 4. Phosphorus 5. Merc. cor.

If you are not in the U.S., you must locate your closed homeopathic practitioner and ask him or her to order these remedies for you from Hahnemann Pharmacy, (510) 327-3003 (Albany, California, a suburb of Oakland). If your country’s laws allow you to call a homeopathic pharmacy directly, do so. In any case be sure to find a homeopathic practitioner you can work with. Do not try to take care of yourself without the further education and experience that a homeopath can give you.

If you’re not sure where to find your closest homeopath, call the National Center of Homeopathy, (703) 548-7790, Take this article with you and let a homeopath read it and instruct you on how to use the remedies.

During the Spanish influenza epidemic of 1918, eighty percent of the people treated with allopathic drugs died. Eighty percent of the people who took homeopathic remedies, mostly Crolatus horridus, survived. We are once again faced with a virus that is poised sweep our country.


This article appears in the forthcoming book by Dr. Eileen Nauman, “Poisons That Heal”. Published by: Light Technology Publishing, P.O. Box 1526, Sedona, AZ 86339, (520) 282-6523 This reprint is provided as a service from: The San Francisco Medical Research Foundation 20 Sunnyside Avenue, Suite A-156 l Mill Valley, CA 94941 (415) 381-4061 l Fax: (415) 381-2645

Bioterrorism and Epidemics: Knowing Homeopathy Can Help Make the World a Less Scary Place

Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na)
March 30th, 2014 | 9 Comments

Ebola hemorrhagic fever is much in the news these days with reports of its spread in Africa and a scare that the virus may have traveled to Canada (fortunately the tests came out negative). While this type of disease may seem far away from us now, bioterrorism is always a threat in today’s world, and with the ease of travel, it would not be difficult for a disease like Ebola to spread.

Knowledge of how to handle these types of more exotic illness is always worth learning.

In the case of Ebola, no conventional treatment or vaccine is available. Fortunately for us, homeopathy has great renown for its healing ability in epidemics.

Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a severe viral infection that is often fatal, sometimes within days. Symptoms include severe fever accompanied by muscle pain, weakness, vomiting and diarrhea, and in severe cases, unstoppable bleeding and shutdown of vital organs.

Exposure to the Ebola virus usually comes through direct contact with the blood or secretions of an infected person or animal, the most common host being fruit bats of the Pteropodidae family, which prompted Guinea Health Minister Remy Lamah to forbid consumption of bats in the area afflicted with the epidemic.

Other methods of transmission to humans include contact with wild animals, direct contact with the human’s blood, feces or sweat of an infected human and the unprotected handling of contaminated corpses. Up to two months after clinical recovery, the disease may still be transmitted to another through sexual contact.

The symptoms of Ebola and other hemorrhagic fevers resemble those of malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever and viral hepatitis. In homeopathy, remedies are often chosen based on the symptom picture, so the remedies most often used for Ebola will be the same as for these other diseases.

The following remedies would be considered by a homeopath for any of the viral hemorrhagic fevers that match this symptom picture.

As a preventative if an outbreak happens nearby, Crotalus horridus 30C, one dose daily, until the threat is out of the area is the method many homeopaths familiar with this disease suggest.

If a person is infected, the remedies most commonly used would be the following. One dose every hour, but as the severity of the symptoms decrease, frequency is reduced. If no improvement is seen after 6 doses, a new remedy ought to be considered.

Crotalus horridus 30C – Is to be considered for when there is difficulty swallowing due to spasms and constriction of the throat, dark purplish blood, edema with purplish, mottled skin.

Bothrops 30C – Is the remedy to think of when nervous trembling, difficulty articulating speech, sluggishness, swollen puffy face, black vomiting are present

Lachesis mutus 30C ,– when there’s delirium with trembling and confusion, hemorrhaging in any area, consider this remedy. Often, the person cannot bear tight or constricting clothing or bandages and feels better from heat and worse on the left side.

Mercurius corrosivus 30C, – For copious bleeding, better when lying on the back with the knees bent up, delirium, headache with burning cheeks, photophobia, black swollen lip, metallic, bitter or salt taste in mouth.

Secale cornutum 30c,– For thin, slow, painless oozing dark hemorrhage with offensive odor, cold skin and tingling in the limbs. The individual wants to be uncovered and feels WORSE from motion.

Echinacea 30C – For when there’s sepsis or blood poisoning, fetid smelling discharges and enlarged lymph nodes.

Homeopathy is an ideal medical stratagem for survivalists, homesteaders and anyone wanting to be self-reliant in any situation.

By having homeopathic remedies on hand and a little knowledge, self-sufficiency is achievable.

Homeopathic remedies are inexpensive to purchase and with proper storage, unused remedies will last for years, even a lifetime.

Homeopathy is elegant, safe, effective medicine that will help you keep your family safe and healthy.

If you would like to learn more about how to be prepared for epidemics and other crises, as well as all types of first aid situations and sourcing these remedies watch for my upcoming course The Survivalist Guide to Homeopathy.
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Now look up the remedies favoured to deal with the flu:

1918 Flu Hemmorhagic Symptoms Similar To Ebola

From Patricia Doyle, PhD


Hello, Jeff – I will try to find more on this. I am wondering, and holding my breath, regarding the odd cases of a hemorrhagic virus in Angola, re: possibly being bird flu.



The course of disease during fall 1918 was often swift. Convalescence in survivors was protracted, with fatigue, weakness, and depression frequently lasting for weeks [3, 2023]. Symptoms presented suddenly: high-grade fever and rigors, severe headache and myalgias, cough, pharyngitis, coryza, and in some cases epistaxis. Some patients had mild illness and recuperated without incident. Other patients were stricken quickly and severely, with symptoms and signs consistent with HEMORRHAGIC pneumonia, and died within days and sometimes hours. Autopsies revealed inflamed hemorrhagic lungs. Still other patients with more typical flu developed severe superinfection with bacterial pneumonia, resulting in death or a laborious recovery. Unusually lethal, Spanish flu was also distinct in killing what was typically the cohort least vulnerable to influenza, 20- to 40-year-olds.

The disease’s incidence, severity, and pattern of spread baffled laypeople and experts alike [3, 4, 20, 21]. Doctors debated possible pathogens, with no final consensus: Pfeiffer’s bacillus (presumed cause of influenza since the 18891990 pandemic but rarely isolated from 1918 victims); Yersinia pestis (because of migrating laborers from China, the site of pneumonic plague outbreaks in 19101917); Streptococcus species, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Staphylococcus species (cultured from specimens from patients with Spanish flu); and a hypothesized “filtrable virus” (based on experiments that produced an infectious filtrate after removing known microorganisms) were all suggested as possible etiologies. Popular explanations included the foul atmosphere conjured by the war’s rotting corpses, mustard gas, and explosions; a covert German biological weapon; spiritual malaise due to the sins of war and materialism; and conditions fostered by the European conflict and overall impoverishment.

During the fall, the disease moved swiftly through US cities. Acute absenteeism among critical personnel strained industrial production, government services (e.g., sanitation, law enforcement, fire fighting, postal delivery), and maintenance of basic infrastructure (e.g., transportation, communications, health care, food supply) [3, 22, 24]. Given the incomplete disease reporting, inaccurate diagnoses, and circumscribed census practices of the day, morbidity and mortality figures are conservative estimates [3, 19]. Twenty-eight percent of Americans became ill, and there were 550,000 deaths in excess of what is normally expected during influenza season [3]. The case-fatality rate associated with Spanish flu has been estimated at 2.5% [20], but this rate more likely represents the experience of the developed world. Africa and Asia had fall death rates an order of magnitude higher than those of Europe and North America (e.g., India, 42006700 deaths per 100,000 population; England, 490 deaths per 100,000 population) [19].


Vaccine and Supply 1918 Project The Flu Family Flu Facts There is Evidence that
the Spanish Flu Did have Hemorrhagic Symptoms 1918 Influenza Video Resources PBS …
www.uwosh.edu/departments/ biology/1918FLUSHORS/Spanishflu.html – 10k – Cached – Similar pages



There is evidence that the Spanish Flu did have hemorrhagic symptoms. Vickie Menear, MD and homeopath, was doing some research on Flu for her class at Hahnemann Homeopathic College, Albany, California, when she ran into a great deal of literature that supports this possibility. I called her and she said that if you had questions, she’d be happy too answer them. Again, Email me and I’ll give you her phone number. In the meantime, let me quote some of her source material. If you are interested in following up this new “lead” on the Spanish Flu epidemic, this is a good place to start. Here are the references:

1. THE PLAGUE OF THE SPANISH LADY: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919 by Richard Collier, Atheneum Publishing, New York, 1974

Page 8: “If there was anyone at Devens (the Army base) who could be depended upon as a pillar of strength, it was this safe of Johns Hopkins. But when he saw the wet lungs of influenza pneumonia in the fall of 1918, the pillar trembled. “This must be some new kind of infection…or plague.”

Dr. Menear has a list of other books and articles supporting the hemorrhagic symptoms of the Spanish Flu. Should you want the list published here, on OUTBREAK, I’ll be happy to call her and get it sent to you. She also has information on Crotalus Horridus being utilized as a remedy during the pandemic.

I can only note that the symptoms of the 1918 “influenza” and the Ebola of 1995, have marked similarities .

My percentages of homeopathic remedies used versus traditional medicine (drugs) during 1918 influenza come from an article that appeared in Homeopathy Today, January, 1990. It was the following and I’ll quote:

“Dean W.A. Pearson of Philadelphia (Hahnemann College) collected 26,795 cases of (1918) influenza treated by homeopathic physicians with a mortality rate of 1.05 percent while the average old school (traditional medicine/drugs) mortality was 30 percent.”



Hi Jeff –

I want to be sure that people know my theory that a H5N1 pandemic strain sustaining human-to-human transmission might cause hemorrhagic symptoms in some has grounding in good science. Case history background of previous virulent pandemic strains can give us some insight into how a future pandemic strain might act, however, scientific data is also imperative to uphold my theory of hemorrhagic symptoms in an avian influenza human outbreak.

This resource does back up the hisotry of hemorrhagic symptoms in the 1918 flu and also explains the mechanism for such symptoms.

It is not my intent to scare people about a possible coming outbreak. I simply look at all of the data on the subject and make personal judgement on what may or may not occur in the future should the virus become pandemic. It is my belief that people should have as much informaiton as possible which would enable them to plan ahead. I think that there would be much more “fear” if people woke up and found themselves in the middle of an outbreak. If people have advance warning they will be better prepared to act. People who are aware of possibilities can spend time researching the data and arriving at their own conclusions.

Just as the cytokine reaction in SARS did cause hemorrhagic symptoms in some cases, virulent pandemic strains of influenza, like the Spanish Flu also cause the inflamatory cytokines in the lungs and the hemorrhagic pneumonia.

“These viruses were also more pathogenic, not simply because they were associated with increased levels of in vivo replication but also because they stimulated massive increases in the responses of inflammatory cytokines in the lungs of infected mice. The mice infected with HAsp-containing virus had increased recruitment of leukocytes to the sites of lung infection and had severe hemorrhage resembling the hemorrhagic pneumonia associated with human infections during the 1918?C1919 pandemic. ”

Hope the information helps,

Patricia Doyle



Over the past century, three influenza pandemics occurred because of the emergence of novel influenzaviruses to which little or no immunity existed. In 1918 and 1919, the “Spanish” influenza pandemic killed more than 20 million people, with many of the deaths due to an unusually severe, hemorrhagic pneumonia. Now, Kobasa and colleagues1 have used modern molecular methods to show that the hemagglutinin antigen from this strain (HAsp) is a key determinant of virulence.

Using reverse genetics, Kobasa et al.1 synthesized the HAsp and neuraminidase (NAsp) genes on the basis of the genetic sequences of the 1918?C1919 influenza2 strain and constructed influenzaviruses using one or both of these genes (Figure 1). The resulting viruses that expressed the HAsp protein were significantly more virulent than the wild-type strains in a mouse model, regardless of the neuraminidase antigenic subtype. These viruses were also more pathogenic, not simply because they were associated with increased levels of in vivo replication but also because they stimulated massive increases in the responses of inflammatory cytokines in the lungs of infected mice. The mice infected with HAsp-containing virus had increased recruitment of leukocytes to the sites of lung infection and had severe hemorrhage resembling the hemorrhagic pneumonia associated with human infections during the 1918?C1919 pandemic. Kobasa et al. went on to show that people born after 1920 have little or no serum-neutralizing activity against viruses expressing HAsp.

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