HRI-supported researcher presents PhD findings at international congress

HRI-supported researcher presents PhD findings at international congress

26 April 2018

https://www.hri-research.org/2018/04/hri-supported-researcher-presents-pilot-study-at-international-congress/

The Israeli Society for ADHD recently held an international congress in Tel Aviv, during which HRI-supported researcher Philippa Fibert presented the results of her PhD pilot feasibility study assessing the effectiveness of treatment by homeopaths and nutritional therapists for children with ADHD.

During her presentation Philippa discussed the importance of pragmatic trials to assess whether interventions might improve the long term negative outcomes associated with ADHD. The pilot study findings regarding the effectiveness of treatment by nutritional therapists and homeopaths specifically using the Trials Within Cohorts (TWiCs) methodology were also described.

 

Reflecting on her experience at the Congress, Philippa said, “When I thanked the conference organiser for the opportunity to speak, particularly given the controversial status of homeopathy, she replied ‘we are open to what works’.”

To find out more about Philippa‘s PhD and trial click here.

https://www.hri-research.org/2018/04/hri-supported-researcher-presents-pilot-study-at-international-congress/

Role of homeopathy in the treatment of depression.

Role of homeopathy in the treatment of depression.

Role of homeopathy in the treatment of depression.

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Myths vs. Mythology;

“Homeopathy is not science”

http://snip.ly/lz322

There are critics who claim that homeopathy is ‘pseudoscience’ and only non-scientists are interested in the subject.

In fact, scientists in highly respected universities, research institutions and hospitals around the world are carrying out research into homeopathy using the same research techniques as those used to investigate conventional medical treatments.

Homeopathy research is a relatively new field, but the number of articles published in peer reviewed journals has risen significantly over the past 40 years.

homeopathic studies

This lag behind conventional medicine is hardly surprising when one considers the lack of funding available e.g. in the UK less than 0.0085% of the medical research budget is spent on research into complementary and alternative medicines.1

 

International Research Conferences

Barcelona 2013 – Cutting Edge Research in Homeopathy

 

The inaugural HRI International Homeopathy Research Conference was held in Barcelona in June 2013. The programmed included presentations by 5 Professors and 40 doctors (PhDs or medics) from over 20 countries, covering clinical, experimental and veterinary research. Abstracts, filmed presentations and the conference report can be viewed here.

Rome 2015 – Cutting Edge Research in Homeopathy

 

The 2nd HRI International Research Conference, held in Rome on 5-7 June 2015, continued the ongoing theme of Cutting Edge Research. The programme included presentations on clinical, fundamental and basic research, by 6 Professors and 28 doctors (PhDs or medics) from 17 countries. The abstracts, filmed presentations and conference report can be viewed here.

 

So in what way is homeopathy ‘unscientific’?

Well-qualified scientists in respected institutions are now carrying out high quality basic research, clinical research and veterinary research in homeopathy, and are reporting positive results which are published in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. Therefore the only basis for the argument that it is ‘pseudoscience’ is that we do not know how homeopathy works.

Usually, when a phenomenon is observed which cannot be explained by what ‘science’ already knows, this triggers fresh scientific enquiry – it is not dismissed as ‘unscientific’ purely because it has yet to be understood.

References

 

Myths vs. Mythology

Homeopathy Explained - It works

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Strychnos nux-vomica extract and its ultra-high dilution reduce voluntary ethanol intake in rats.

homeopathy for addictions science

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Homeopathic Medical history is longer than other licenced medicines. Lyssin is a safer choice. Part B

Homeopathic Medical history than is longer than other licenced medicines. Lyssin is a safer choice. Part B

Homeopathy has been used before conventional medicines ever existed (in the 1700’s) while some of these ‘medicines’ are much more new as is the whole North American Medical Industry as we know it (1900’s) (See reference to Theodore Roosevelt https://www.griffinbenefits.com/employeebenefitsblog/history_of_healthcare. And Saskatchewan https://canadiandimension.com/articles/view/the-birth-of-medicare

http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/keeping-canada-alive-1.3252807

 

charlie loves homeopathy too

You think Rabid Dog Saliva  (Lyssinum is one made with on drop of the saliva of a rabid dog preserved in alcohol medicine) is weird…

 

In our NEW predominant medical system there are so many things that are going on that are sooo much more weird (and way more NEW/experimental). Here are some fun (gross) examples:

 

1.     How about the mouse virus injected as part of chemotherapy that goes on everyday times millions of people. YES millions of people in hospitals are injected with an experimental version of chemotherapy that includes first injecting Rituximab which is a virus made in mice or rats…

http://forums.phoenixrising.me/index.php?threads/how-is-rituximab-produced.43833/

 

2.     How about Belladonna and Opium (still used) http://www.businessinsider.com/yes-bayer-promoted-heroin-for-children-here-are-the-ads-that-prove-it-2011-11#bayers-heroina-for-irritation-and-bronchitis-1. Opium was a common cough suppressant not too long ago and is still used in many various forms in hospitals every day.

 

https://www.uwhealth.org/health/topic/multum/belladonna-and-opium-rectal/d03436a1.html

 

3.     ACE inhibitors (a common blood pressure medicine) such as captopril were based on an ingredient of the venom of the poisonous Brazilian Viper (Bothrops Jararaca) ehem do I hear snake oil coming to mind now? Yet these ‘discoveries’ … (remember which modalities are older and more well used with history of success)

 

https://www.pharmaceutical-journal.com/news-and-analysis/news/from-snake-venom-to-ace-inhibitor-the-discovery-and-rise-of-captopril/10884359.article

 

 

This list really could go on and on and on. I’ve read soooo much about this because the fact that homeopathy was developed in reaction to how harmfully archaic practices of bloodletting and so on were in the beginning days of homeopathy when everyone should’ve just learned from the best (homeopaths) instead of trying to degrade their practices with misinformation.

Think about it. Homeopathy's got a more successful history than other licenced medicines. Lyssin is a safer choice.

Think about it. Homeopathy’s got a more successful history than other licenced medicines. Lyssin is a safer choice.

The “Lyssin” that Anke Zimmerman (Vancouver Island’s licenced Naturopath using homeopathy to cure autism) was using is one of the thousands of homeopathic medicines ordered professionally from a homeopathic pharmacy in the U.K. that has existed long before any of our conventional licenced pharmacies. Lyssin and many other ‘unlicenced’ homeopathic medicines are used well within the legal health regulations of many other countries and have been in use for hundreds of years (over 200 years ago).

Compare that to anything made by GSK GlaksoSmithKline who have been in business since the year 2000 (18 years ago), Novartis who were established in 1996 (22 years), or Sanofi from France which was founded in 2004 (14 years ago) meaning they have approximately 10% of the experiential history that homeopathy has with working successfully to heal people’s health problems.

pharmacy foundation dates.png

What’s the first thing you ponder as you hire a professional that you’ll need to rely on? How long have they been doing this? Meanwhile Helios Homeopathic Pharmacy has a long history of working with the earliest medical association, the Royal Medical Society

royal medical society

(established 1737 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Medical_Society) to provide medicines for people (medical professionals/homeopaths) ever since then. Our regulatory bodies are too confused about historical medicines versus the medical/pharmaceutical industries and our corporate medical health system gets more attention/support as a result.

Please Health Canada look at the historical positive results that homeopaths and homeopathic medicines have and let homeopathy live for those who choose it.

Think about it. Homeopathy's got a more successful history than other licenced medicines. Lyssin is a safer choice. Part B

Homeopathy has been used before conventional medicines ever existed (in the 1700’s) while some of these ‘medicines’ are much more new as is the whole North American Medical Industry as we know it (1900’s) (See reference to Theodore Roosevelt https://www.griffinbenefits.com/employeebenefitsblog/history_of_healthcare. And Saskatchewan https://canadiandimension.com/articles/view/the-birth-of-medicare

http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/keeping-canada-alive-1.3252807

 

 

i love charlie

You think Rabid Dog Saliva  (Lyssinum is one made with on drop of the saliva of a rabid dog preserved in alcohol medicine) is weird…

 

In our NEW predominant medical system there are so many things that are going on that are sooo much more weird (and way more NEW/experimental). Here are some fun (gross) examples:

 

1.     How about the mouse virus injected as part of chemotherapy that goes on everyday times millions of people. YES millions of people in hospitals are injected with an experimental version of chemotherapy that includes first injecting Rituximab which is a virus made in mice or rats…

http://forums.phoenixrising.me/index.php?threads/how-is-rituximab-produced.43833/

 

2.     How about Belladonna and Opium (still used) http://www.businessinsider.com/yes-bayer-promoted-heroin-for-children-here-are-the-ads-that-prove-it-2011-11#bayers-heroina-for-irritation-and-bronchitis-1. Opium was a common cough suppressant not too long ago and is still used in many various forms in hospitals every day.

 

https://www.uwhealth.org/health/topic/multum/belladonna-and-opium-rectal/d03436a1.html

 

3.     ACE inhibitors (a common blood pressure medicine) such as captopril were based on an ingredient of the venom of the poisonous Brazilian Viper (Bothrops Jararaca) ehem do I hear snake oil coming to mind now? Yet these ‘discoveries’ … (remember which modalities are older and more well used with history of success)

 

https://www.pharmaceutical-journal.com/news-and-analysis/news/from-snake-venom-to-ace-inhibitor-the-discovery-and-rise-of-captopril/10884359.article

 

 

This list really could go on and on and on. I’ve read soooo much about this because the fact that homeopathy was developed in reaction to how harmfully archaic practices of bloodletting and so on were in the beginning days of homeopathy when everyone should’ve just learned from the best (homeopaths) instead of trying to degrade their practices with misinformation.