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Swine Flu: What you should know

April 24, 2009 (first publishing)

We have received many calls about the latest swine flu scare. Our clients have had several questions. I will try to answer them below.

Before you read my answers, however, I suggest you read what Wesley Pruden, editor emeritus of The Washington Times, had to say about the latest swine flu “pandemic”: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/apr/28/a-pandemic-of-panic-are-we-dead-yet/. I will refer back to it in some of the answers below.

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Treated By & Using The Mueller Method of Homeopathy in Practice

I was introduced to homeopathy in 2005 by attending a veterinary workshop. I was so taken by the instructor and the principles of homeopathic medicine that I decided to become an animal homeopath. Through my study and practice I became blatantly aware of my own poor health (anxiety, irrational fears, relationship issues, obesity, diabetes, hypertension – to name a few). Unfortunately, I spent about 9 years hip hopping between multiple homeopaths with no results; and I already knew that there was no hope with conventional medicine. My problems are extensive, after-all, my chronic disease has had 50+ years to grow and ripen. Basically, the only thing keeping me on this planet at the time was my dogs. I had planned to end it once my last dog had passed.

One day, mid 2014, I came upon an advertisement for The Homeopathic College introducing The Mueller Method. I read Mr. Mueller’s paper on The Cancer Diathesis and thought that “I could be the poster child for this article!” Ninety nine percent of the article pertained to me.

I was intrigued, and out of utter despair, gave Mr. Mueller a call. The Mueller Method is so vastly different as far as how most homeopaths practice. I was determined that Mr. Mueller would be my last homeopath.

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Manfred Mueller: The Making of a Homeopath (a biography)

A Biography of Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH
written by Christina Mueller,
Director of The Homeopathic College

 

Manfred is currently working on a Homeopathic Clinical Materia Medica. The first volume – Oncology, is expected to be published sometime next year [UPDATE: Homeopathic Cancer Drugs: Oncology Materia Medica is available for sale!!] . It pulls together all that is currently known of our homeopathic cancer drugs with special consideration of indications, pathology, symptomatology, differential diagnosis, interactions, etiology, constitutional characteristics, clinical notations, posology, pathogenetic trials, scientific evidence of efficacy and case documentation. He is planning a second volume on homeopathic neurology and a third on homeopathic cardiology.

Over the past 25 years, through his clinical observations and research, his special method of practice, called “The Mueller Method™” was developed. The Mueller Method™ is a fast, efficient yet extremely powerful method of homeopathic practice that is particularly effective in curing complex cases such as cancer, iatrogenically induced disorders and chronic health problems of modern industrial society. Manfred’s training program, The Homeopathic College, offers distance-learning modules in his innovative perspective.

 

Manfred’s Early Years and Schooling

At the age of 15, when he resolved to study medicine, Manfred bought his first medical diagnostic book, Kleines Diagostikon, for pennies on a trip to East Germany. He had been suffering from panic attacks since age 13 and was already looking for answers to his own health problems and those of his family and friends. His journey to learn about healing was, in part, his search for a solution. Read more

Dihydroxy-isosteviol methyl ester of Pulsatilla nigricans extract reduces arsenic-induced DNA damage in testis cells of male mice: its toxicity, drug-DNA interaction and signaling cascades

Comments by The Homeopathic College: “A methyl ester of the homeopathic remedy Pulsatilla nigricans has shown promise in helping mitigate DNA damage done by arsenic induced reproductive poisoning! Good news for homeopathy!”

 

Originally published in the Journal of Chinese Integrative Medicine: Volume 10, 2012   Issue 12

1. Asmita Samadder (Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235, India )
2. Jayeeta Das (Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235, India )
3. Sreemanti Das (Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235, India )
4. Durba Das (Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235, India )
5. Arnab De (Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235, India )
6. Kakali Bhadra (Entomology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235, India )
7. Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh (Cytogenetics and Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Kalyani, Kalyani 741235, India )

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the ameliorative efficacy of dihydroxy-isosteviol methyl ester (DIME) of Pulsatilla nigricans extract in arsenic-induced DNA damage in testis cells of mice.

METHODS: The mice were treated with sodium arsenite (SA) solution intragastrically at a dose of 20 mg/kg per day and examined at 30, 60, and 90 d after treatment. We divided SA-intoxicated mice into two sub-groups: one fed with DIME at a dose of 35 mg/kg and the other with 85% alcohol. We analyzed the expressions of apoptotic signal proteins like CYP1A1, p53 and caspase 3, ascertained the level of cellular and DNA damage and estimated the level of testicular-toxicity biomarkers. We studied the interaction of DIME with calf thymus DNA as target through circular dichroism spectra and melting temperature profiles.

RESULTS: We observed an elevation in all apoptotic and toxicity biomarkers leading to cellular and DNA damage in the SA-intoxicated mice which showed significant inhibition or reversal on administration of DIME. Results also showed that DIME interacted with DNA, bringing in discernible changes in structure and conformation.

CONCLUSION: DIME has potentials for therapeutic use in amelioration of arsenic-induced reproductive toxicity. Read more