NEWSRAGS AND BIG PHARMA CONTINUE ATTACKING HOMOEOPATHY (THE TRUE CURE)
Yet more anti-homoeopathic propaganda from the mainstream media!
Notice how they will never tell you that the Queen of Great Britain and families like the Rockefeller’s all use homoeopathy because it is the only true cure for ailments. The pharmaceutical industry do not cure they look to manage and create further disease with dangerous poisons most of which are useless for disease management like Tamiflu but make for excellent disease creators through poisoning. Not only is homoeopathy a threat for obvious reasons but it can counter many chemicals and things like X-ray radiation. Therefore the establishments population reduction methods can and may be countered by dilution and potentizing compounds into homoeopathic remedies.
If you listen to these mainstream propaganda whores working for The Worshipful Company of Apothecaries/Barbers then all you will hear is the term placebo. Why is it that no one ever brings up the fact that animals cannot have placebos and do not know what they are being given. So then why do animals including hard to treat farm animals get cured and protected from illness and disease which then saves the farmers a lot of money they would have had to spend on expensive pharmaceutical quackery poisons.
The Livery of the City of London pirates love to attack homoeopathy because it is the greatest threat to their disease creation and management system (medical quackery establishment) which itself is a sham. They prey on homoeopathy because they know most of their dumbed down herd sheople are not clever enough to think about and understand energetic medicine. The Worshipful Company of Apothecaries/Barbers have tried attacking homoeopathy for centuries and failed! These pirates employed Constantine Hering to attack homoeopathy and instead after using homoeopathy on himself, he ended up following, promoting and becoming on of the top homoeopaths in the world. Now the population are far more uneducated due to Common Core and Outcome Based education systems, the Apothecaries/Barbers pirates think they now have a chance at removing the competition. I should also point out that a lot of NHS homoeopaths are very allopathic minded and thus they do not practice homoeopathy properly and who would that suit I wonder? Secondly I should point out that snake oil originally came from the Rockefeller family and not the so-called alternative medicine world. It is okay for them to use homoeopathy and herbal medicines but its not okay for you! Again ask yourself why they never talk about the Queen and her physician Dr Peter Fisher or the animals being treated by homoeopathy!
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Jeremy Hunt asked medical chief to look at studies backing homeopathy
Health secretary passed studies funded by homeopathic firm to Prof Dame Sally Davies, emails show
Rowena Mason, political correspondent
theguardian.com, Thursday 8 May 2014 12.31 BST
The health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, asked the chief medical officer to review three industry-funded studies in favour of homeopathy, emails released under freedom of information laws have revealed.
The emails show the health secretary asked Prof Dame Sally Davies to look at three studies funded by Laboratoires Boiron, the world’s biggest producer of homeopathic products.
When he was appointed health secretary in 2011, medics raised questions over Hunt’s previous comments about the value of homeopathy, which is considered by scientists to be medically ineffective. In a letter to a constituent in 2007, he said homeopathic care was “enormously valued by thousands of people” and suggested it should continue to be offered by England’s health service.
The emails, first reported by BuzzFeed, show Hunt wrote to Davies in December 2013 asking her to review the reports and a letter from his office to a third party said it was “important we do not discount different methods of treatment if they prove to be effective”. However, the chief medical officer replied that it was “difficult to draw useful conclusions” from two of the trials and a third had problems with its scientific method.
Sources close to the health secretary said Hunt had simply been passing on the reports to the chief medical officer after they were given to him by an MP. “He does not express an opinion on homeopathy and he is not an advocate,” one source said. “An MP gave Jeremy these reports and asked him to look into them. Because he does not have an opinion, he passed them on to the chief medical officer and asked her to look into them. He was just the conduit. He expressed the chief medical officer’s opinion when he wrote back to the MP.”
NHS trusts are free to fund homeopathic treatments if they wish, although use of the alternative medicine has been widely discredited. Last month, a study by Australian scientists concluded that homeopathy was no more effective than a placebo.
The draft paper by Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council assessed research into the effectiveness of the alternative medicine on 68 health conditions and found was “no reliable evidence that homeopathy is effective”.
Homeopathy is claimed to “let likes cure like” by using highly diluted forms of the ailment it is treating. “No good-quality, well-designed studies with enough participants for a meaningful result reported either that homeopathy caused greater health improvements than a substance with no effect on the health condition (placebo), or that homeopathy caused health improvements equal to those of another treatment,” the report’s summary said.
Homeopathy awareness can make the world a healthier, happier place
Apr 11 2014
As anyone who has explained homeopathic dilution to an incredulous colleague will attest, raising awareness of homeopathy is the quickest way to dispel any belief in it
World Homeopathy Awareness Week – the annual promotional campaign organised by homeopaths around the world – kicked off on Thursday. This year, rather than ignore it, moan about it or condemn it, scientists and sceptics alike should join in.
This may seem somewhat perverse – especially given the comprehensive evisceration of homeopathy earlier this week at the hands of the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, which concluded “there is no reliable evidence that homeopathy is effective”. Yet what homeopaths are seeking – attention and awareness – is precisely what they ought to avoid. As anyone who has explained the baffling process of homeopathic dilution to an incredulous colleague will attest, raising awareness of homeopathy is by far the quickest way to dispel any belief in it.
With this in mind, the Good Thinking Society (a charity that promotes rational thinking) has launched its own homeopathy awareness week website: homeopathyawarenessweek.org. The site highlights 12 points that homeopaths seem surprisingly unwilling to make people aware of, including examples of where homeopathy has seriously harmed patients.
Apologists for homeopathy will argue that because the pills contain nothing but sugar, they can’t be harmful. While their chemistry may be accurate, their conclusion certainly isn’t. For example, there is the case of Penelope Dingle, a bowel cancer patient in Australia who followed the advice of her homeopath husband, and as a result suffered a painful and unnecessary death.
Equally tragic is the story of Gloria Thomas, a baby whose homeopathically treated eczema became so badly infected that it led to her death at the age of nine months. The public should also be aware that homeopaths often offer ineffective homeopathic “alternatives” to vaccines that put children at risk of serious disease. You won’t find these stories on any other homeopathy awareness websites.
It is alarming to note that homeopaths around the world are right now claiming to treat a range of serious conditions, such as malaria, AIDS and even the Ebola virus. Indeed, Homeopaths Without Borders – a group of doubtlessly well-meaning folk – are flying into places of crisis in the developing world carrying suitcases full of homeopathic tablets that contain nothing but sugar. It is not so much Médecins Sans Frontières as Médecins Sans Medicine.
Of course, belief in homeopathy isn’t merely a curio found exclusively on foreign soil – it is well represented, for example, on the shelves of high street pharmacies in the UK. Boots – the company whose otherwise excellent reputation made it the target of demonstrations against homeopathy in 2010 – still unapologetically stocks homeopathic products on its shelves in thousands of stores up and down the country.
Fortunately, there are positive signs. In 2010, when I first became involved in alternative health activism, the NHS funded no fewer than five homeopathic hospitals; today all have either closed or faced a serious threat to their existence. Recent figures, obtained through a freedom of information request by the Nightingale Collaboration, show an encouraging swing away from homeopathy, with prescriptions falling from a high of 170,000 per annum in 1996 to just over 10,000 last year.
Clearly, demand is falling. Supply, too, is on shaky ground. When Nelson’s homeopathic pharmacy – sugar pill supplier of choice for Boots and Holland & Barrett – explored the possibility of exporting to the US, the resulting FDA inspection reached a startling conclusion. According to the report, the succussion process (the vigorous shaking that apparently activates the “vibrational memory” of water) meant that in one out of every six homeopathic vials observed, the magical drop of homeopathic liquid missed the sugar pills entirely.
“The active ingredient was instead seen dripping down the outside of the vial assembly. [Nelson’s] lacked controls to ensure that the active ingredient is delivered to every bottle.”
In other words, one in six vials of homeopathic pills from the largest supplier of high street homeopathy contain no homeopathy at all. That no consumers seem to have noticed speaks volumes for the efficacy of homeopathy.
Perhaps most surprising and encouraging of all is just how mainstream this discussion has become. Homeopathy is now the butt of mainstream comedians’ jokes and TV sketch shows, and homeopaths have become a watchword for anachronistic thinking, overtaking the Flat Earthers. And, judging by the responses on Twitter to our homeopathy awareness website, these days almost everyone has their own “homeopathy is useless” gag.
So, I say: bring on greater awareness … but awareness in its truest sense. Awareness that homeopathy has no scientific basis, is a waste of your money and has the potential for great harm. If we can continue to spread this kind of awareness, we’ll consign homeopathy to the history books where it belongs.