Gerd-Acid Reflux- newest Western TreatmentIn the news today,
google- implanted bracelet stops
heartburn, acid reflux. The links are
too long to work on this site.
[message edited by simone717 on Thu, 11 Apr 2013 18:10:56 BST]
♥ simone717 on 2013-04-11
I have read some of the hits on Google under:
'implanted bracelet stops heartburn, acid reflux.'
I cannot believe that the FDA has given their official blessing for this device which costs $5000 and further costs up to $20000 for the surgery to have it implanted. I was under the impression that the FDA was only involved in the quality control of drugs and am surprised to learn that they also promote various surgical procedures which may or may not work in the manner stated by the manufacturers.
I discovered, many years ago that the remedy Natrum Phosphoricum (Nat Phos) in the 6x potency is the ideal remedy to treat almost all cases of GERD and have prescribed it to both adults and to babies whose mothers were desperate to treat their infant's projectile spitting up of their feed. It is absolutely safe in use and many thousands of patients including adults and babies who have used my therapy, will confirm the benefits they have derived by using my therapy.
Since you are present daily on the ABC you would have read of the many mothers who have used my therapy and have confirmed that their babies have responded to my therapy and are now completely free of GERD in a few weeks.
I have been helping many babies whose mothers were desperate for help for their babies who had been prescribed these same dangerous drugs by their pediatricians who have been taught in the medical colleges that GERD can only be treated by these drugs, even though their universities are fully aware of the inherent danger of using or prescribing them, especially for babies.
I do wonder why the medical profession still persists in prescribing PPI drugs like Nexium, Prilosec, Zantac and others which are equally dangerous for cases of GERD aka Gastritis which affects about 50% of the population especially in developed countries. All these PPI drugs cause serious after effects if used in the long term and you can Google 'Danger of PPI Drugs' to read all about the negative effects of using these drugs on a long term basis.
Many adults I have treated who were on a daily dose of some PPI Drug, have confirmed that they were returned back to health and do not have to depend on the drug which they were prescribed to take immediately after a meal after a few weeks of therapy with the Nat Phos 6x and Arnica 30c therapy I prescribe.
♡ Joe De Livera 9 years ago
approval saying it is safe.
On the PPI drugs, some doctors do tell people that long term use will
hurt your bones. Others do not tell people this. Most people don't
know you cannot take them long term. Most people don't read about
side effects and do their homework and or do not consider 'alternative'
anything until late in the game.
Plus , when wikipedia shows up about homeopathy, whoever wrote the
story on homeopathy, believes it is fake, unscientific, does not work.
But, they did a good job seeming neutral about it in the article at first,
so I feel when people look up homeopathy, they will read wikipedia first,
and then disregard homeopathy.
If you ever have the time, you can edit wikipedia, that is a worthy fight.
♡ simone717 9 years ago
I did precisely what you suggested but my article was deleted within the hour.
I believe that it the very foundation of Homeopathy that is the cause of all this unnecessary distress where instead of curing the patient, the classical Homeopath abides by the rules 'Simila similibus curantur' which invariably results in the patient not being cured. It must be remembered that this gives the homeopath the license to request the patient to use a remedy always in pellets, for a given period of time and to report in a week or some other time frame of the response. They do not generally promote the use of the Wet dose which I generally prescribe for use twice on a daily basis.
I am thankful to God that I never attempted to qualify in this Science and after some years of slavishly observing the rules with the aid of Radar which I still have on my computer, I discovered that my direct 'This for That' attitude was by far more successful in CURING the patient without the standard classical attitude of prescribing a remedy for a few days and instructing the poor suffering patient to await the cure which would occur in a few WEEKS.
As you are perhaps aware, my attitude was roundly criticised, sometimes in at very low personal levels by many classical homeopaths and I was considered as a maverick who was rocking the Homeopathic Boat, which they found disconcerting. There were many instances dating back from the early days of this century where I was roundly chastised by many classical homeopaths like Gavini Murthy who was the author of the term 'Joepathy' which he coined to derisively describe my therapy and this term has stuck and now records around 2000 hits on Google.
Gavini is back on the ABC and now accepts that my therapy does works and stated;
'You must have observed that I am not the die hard classical homeopath any more.
I now appreciate that homeopathic medicines are capable of curing even when used in the non classical way. '
I continued to receive brickbats even up to a few months ago from a source in Australia which is thankfully no more, where even after the patient confirmed that she was cured of her Breast lumps using my therapy, this classical homeopath ignored this fact and proceeded to berate me in no uncertain terms for not following the book.
It is good to know that I am not alone in my endeavour to heal with my direct attitude to healing as Dr Banerji of the Banerji Homeopathic Foundation in Kolkata also uses the direct method of healing in the same manner that I do. The difference between us is that he is a qualified and respected homeopath which as you know, I am not, but we both have something in common, which is that we practice free of charge.
My message to all Homeopaths is to open their eyes and accept that there is a wealth of healing in using my direct 'This for That' therapy in treating their patients. They can use the classical routine if they discover that the Joepathy method does not work, which is very rarely, and I must admit that I too used Radar about 4 times last year when I found that my Joepathy did not crack the case.
♡ Joe De Livera 9 years ago
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