Host Marilyn Shannon (marilynshannon.com) of The Breaking Free Show and author of the “In Just One Afternoon” book series, sits down with homeopathic practitioner, Manfred Mueller to hear his unique perspectives on homeopathy and cancer. This is a special Breaking Free Show focusing on the intersection of health, wellness and the field of homeopathy! Thank…
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The evidence shows that patients, not physicians, are the primary impetus for the increasing call for homeopathic cancer treatment worldwide. In the countries where homeopathic treatment is available, treatment is often provided in the absence of good professional references on homeopathic cancer drugs.
Scientific Studies Show Tautotherapy is an Effective Treatment for Drug-Induced and Toxic Disorders
the tautopathic method has benefitted or restored health and wellbeing of patients in a number of conditions: acute toxic syndrome; chronic toxic syndromes; chronic drug/vaccine/radiation-induced conditions and syndromes; chronic allergies; and chronic genotoxic effects from toxins.
Rob was the lead guitarist of a local band. At age twenty, he noticed that his joints were becoming painful and stiff, a condition that would not go away. Occasional doses of anti-inflammatory drugs turned into daily doses. A visit to the doctor ensued where he was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.
What is homeopathy? It’s infinitesimal. It’s powerful. It’s gentle and it’s curative. Homeopathy can alleviate common ailments like PMS, erectile dysfunction, depression, low energy levels, and teething complaints, as well as complicated chronic diseases such as chronic fatigue syndrome, Crohn’s disease, autism, heart disease, cancer and countless symptoms which have no classification.
Lori was middle-aged, around 50. She appeared thin, haggard, nervous and so restless, she could not sit still for even a moment. She would fidget constantly. Her arms and legs were twitching and jerking. She would jump up suddenly, pace back and forth and then sit back down again.
It was still quiet on the mountain. The sun was not up yet, and we were moving around the house with the help of night-lights and a very bright LED flashlight. There was no sound until, suddenly, the hooting of an owl.
As the term “Complementary and Alternative Medicine” (CAM) becomes a household word in government and academic texts, it is worthwhile to reexamine its significance. “Complementary” and “alternative” imply a juxtaposition to “mainstream” medicine that is questionable for a variety of reasons.
Jerry was a tall man, age 46, intelligent, polite, trim, but barely able to walk, and looking visibly discouraged. Jerry’s chief complaints were progressive weakness in his left leg, numbness in his left hand, and fatigue.