Lachesis - impact on blood (HLA B27)i read that lachesis has affect on b lood and it decomposes the blood.
wanted to know what impact it made on the blood.
in allopathy , doctors usuually perform test for HLA b27 (antigen on the white blood cell) to determine auto immune disease risk
is any homeopath has experience in dealing with HLA B27 with the lachesis. is lachesis has capability to affect the WBC of blood specifically on the HLAb27 antigen
hporwal on 2012-03-24
The poison of the snake does that, not the remedy. The reason we dilute the remedy to such a high degree is to avoid that effect.
You need to stop focussing on the pathology so much. This is not how homoeopathy works, as I have told you before. The state of the patient is what is important, it will lead to the simillimum, and the simillimum will cure any disease that is curable for the patient at that point in their life.
The whole case, the mentals, the emotionals, the sensations and the feelings and the thoughts and the dreams and the food cravings etc etc. These are the things that matter.
You would only give Lachesis to a patient who displays Lachesis characteristics on all levels, who displays the important features of the remedy. Any snake poison may have blood pathology, as might any metal remedy or any lily remedy. The name of the pathology is not important, the way that pathology appears and expresses itself through the person's life is. By understanding the impact of the whole disease, you can find your way to the correct remedy.
Focussing on the name of the pathology is what the Allopaths do, and we all know how dismally they have failed at dealing with chronic disease.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 6 years agothanks brisbanehomeopath. as i mentioned i am not homeopath nor allopath .
i was thinking of situation let a person suffering from the disease got complete treatment of homeopathy medicine let say Lachesis or any other medicine(based on way homeopathy suggest to select the remedy) and then the patient visit allopath and they (allopath) again perform HLA b27 test , is it possible the test can turn negetive from positive i.e. before treatment HLA b27 was positive and now is negetive
i had developed interest in other healing and trying to learn by reading available documents on net. the purpose is to understand the effectiveness of other line of treatments
i asked this question , as i read lachesis decomposes blood and out of curiosity i asked what action it or any other drug perform.
is it able to change the genetic behaviour also.
hporwal 6 years agoI would say that the fact that a person shows a negative or positive result for HLA b27 is irrelevent to the homoeopath. Many people can show a positive result without becoming ill. This means that the only role homoeopathy would play is in preventing a chronic illness from occurring, and it is the only important thing to focus on. Changing blood test or genetic test results is what allopaths concentrate on. Homoeopaths concentrate on health, genunine good health. Health does not rely on test results, which are highly interpretive, but instead on the observable condition (both objective and subjective) of the patient.
This is a major philisophical difference between orthodox medicine and traditional medicine, especially homoeopathy.
All genetic markers do is give some hint at what might happen to a person. What homoeopathy does is create a level of health where the positive effects of the genes become dominant.
You have to remember that orthodox medicine does not yet understand genetics very well, it is a highly speculative science. What might be seen as 'bad' right now could turn out to be incredibly important to the human race in the future. The reasons for particular things being in our genetic codes has not been fully understood yet, and I suspect that with Orthodox Medicine's narrow, blinkered comprehension of health and disease, they never will. I would not trust them to start altering and removing things. Who is to say this gene may not offer hope to people under conditions we cannot yet imagine?
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 6 years agohi joe, it will be really helpfull if u can also present your views or experience.
Brisbane homeopath has provided much insight. the expression of viewpoint will help others also to understand the way homeopathy works and may be helpful to practionners also.
hporwal 6 years agowas reading and noted snake poison acts on RBC.
any findings of lachesis impact on the blood change - both on rbc and wbc
hporwal 6 years ago
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