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Honestly, I have no problem with people who aren't homoeopaths - the world is full of genuine caring people who do many wonderful and meaningful things that are not homoeopathy. A homoeopath is neither better or worse just by virture of what they do. If you are not one, that is fine. If you support homoeopaths so they can do their job - this is a noble thing and you deserve praise for it.

But having a go at me, here on this forum, as if you were a peer. That seems very unfair to me. If the local gardener or baker came to your clinic and started criticizing the doctors and telling them how to prescribe medicines - what effect do you think that would have on them, or on yourself? Would they be happy to sit down and start changing their prescriptions because of it, would they happily allow this person to start handing out nosodes? Would they be fine with him standing outside the clinic warning people not to take their prescriptions?

So maybe for a second you can imagine how I feel being put in this situation?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
I see. So you are not willing to reveal yourself. You are also not willing to debate any of the points I have brought up.

As you wish. I can hardly take your criticisms seriously then. A faceless stranger who uses anonymity to protect themselves from the consequences of what they do and say.

Perhaps when you reveal who you really are then we can have a genuine discussion.

I can only imagine, without any evidence to the contrary, that the doctors do not know what you are doing here.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
Not having formal qualifications is not really the issue. There is at least one person on this forum in that situation and I have respect for him because he has striven to improve his knowledge and skill. There are others on other forums like this as well. Even if we disagree, we do so as people who are conversant with the homoeopathic system and they can both put forward their points and argue for them. I can respect that always, and in fact I relish the opportunity to sharpen my arguments against people who know what they are talking about.

If you are going to sit there telling people that I am not prescribing correctly, warning people away from my prescriptions - then you better have a damn good (professional) reason for doing so. And be able to offer an argument that has relevence to homoeopaths, rather than appealing emotionally to the patient. Otherwise such sabotage smacks of less noble motivations.

George Vithoulkas was self-taught at first, but even he realised that he needed to study formally (and in fact even studied to be a doctor quite late in his life). Having a degree doesn't make you a good homoeopath - we all know that. On a forum like this, it is only necessary to be honest about your background.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
What, what, I can't hear a thing?
nawazkhan last decade

I see your concern and care for the patients. Thank you from my hearts and it so nice to know more about you.

It is long way for others to
go before they comprehend what is important here and what you are trying to say. I am sure you are progressed enough to realize this.

Prescribing solely on matching symptoms is 'unsafe' and it needs no further explanation that what you did already. I have given hypericum 30 for a pregnant patient, since she was terribly suffering from pain due to crushed finger. It stopped the baby movement for 2 full days. This is another example to NOT just rely on symptom matching in the name of professional or classical....

It needs no further explanation I guess to summarize the message.
Reva V last decade
Thanks for your valueable input.
nawazkhan last decade

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