Thanks to both of you for such a great discussions, not only of its length but also of its breadth. You covered almost all
of homeopathy- drug proving, case taking, miasm, repertorisation, vital force, science of homeopathy etc.
Jeremy is femous for his drug proving. Sometimes, I wondered that drug proving is becoming like a rubric AIRCASTLE to entire homeopathic society. If we start proving everything then there will be crores of medicine. Then, can we claim homeopathy still is a scientific system?
Yes,only a few percent can be treated for prolonged period for their illness. It is only possible for those who have strong constitution and superficial complaints. In maximum cases need frequent change. Because,all the simillimums are partial one. Hence, with these partial medicines leading the
patient towards cure is more theoretical than practical.
Ian Watson in one of his books says that homeopathy still
in its infancy as a therapeutic system. I also support this opinion. I think we should not consider two human beings are different but all human beings are similar and can be treated
with the same medicine for all the diseases. If a single medicine can cover a single man wholistically then that very
medicine can cover all human beings for all their sufferings.
We should search for that medicine instead increasing the number towards infinity.
Dr M E Hossain
Dr. Manish Bhatia
BHMS, BCA, M.Sc. Homeopathy (UCLAN, UK), CICH (IACH, Greece)
Dr. Manish Bhatia is the Founder Director of Hpathy.com, world’s leading homeopathy portal, serving homeopathy to more than half a million people every month. He is also Editor of Homeopathy for Everyone.
He runs a consultation office at Jaipur (Asha Homeopathy) and is one of the most well known Indian homeopaths globally. He has been practicing since 2001 and is helping Autism and other psychiatric patients since 2006. He was awarded Rajasthan’s foremost Raja Pajvan Dev Award For Excellence in the field of Medicine in 2015.
He has been working as an Asso. Professor of Organon of Medicine at S. K. Homeopathic Medical College since 2002. He was awarded with the prestigious APJ Abdul Kalam State Level Teacher’s Award in 2016. He has also given seminars and webinars in several countries of Europe, Americas and Australia.
He is the author of Lectures on Organon of Medicine Vol. I & II (English, Bulgarian, German editions), which are approved by the Central Council of Homeopathy (India) for BHMS and MD (Hom) syllabus. He is a contributing author to the book “Homeopathy and Mental Health Care: Integrative Practice, Principles and Research” and co-editor of “The Fireside Book of Homeopathy Tales.”