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Mr. Mueller Interviewed By Alan Schmukler of Hpathy.com

Hpathy.com’s Editor in Chief, Alan Schmukler interviewed Manfred Mueller for the April 2012 Hpathy “Hot Seat” Interview.

 

AS: In 1990 you developed Reverse Chronological Tautopathy (RCT). Can you define and describe that method briefly?

MM: RCT was developed in response to a growing need to remove the effects of drugs, vaccines, diagnostic and therapeutic X-ray/radiation and environmental and occupational exposures. I’d seen that children who’d been given multiple vaccines had lingering symptoms that were not part of their constitutional picture. This included a recollection of people’s childhood and upbringing as compared to how they are now. I saw something similar present in many chronic disorders, where the client had a history of conventional medical treatment. When you take a thorough case and recognize that the basic characteristics a person was born with dramatically changed after suppressive medication, it is logical that these syndromes must be removed for a real constitutional picture to emerge.

I always felt it was necessary, especially when it comes to chronic disease, to have a thorough history of the evolution of the disease. I saw that symptoms often developed after medications and/or medical treatments were used. I found that these symptoms were listed among the chronic effects of those medications and treatments! For example, one child who was given prednisone for a year had Cushing’s syndrome. I tried Prednisone 30c and within a few weeks, the Cushing’s syndrome was gone! In a mental patient who’d been treated with antipsychotic medication, antidoting the drug with “Stelazine” in potency rapidly cured his tardive dyskinesia.

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Homeopathic Antidote Protocol

Are you new to Mr. Mueller’s method? Are you curious to understand more about it and to see the reasoning behind his approach? Then this webinar is for you!

The National Center for Homeopathy invited Mr. Mueller to host this webinar on May 11, 2011.

Hang on to your hats! He accurately describes this as a “tour-de-force” presentation. Enjoy!

Note: If you are interested in homeopathic treatment or would like to discuss your health condition(s) with Mr. Mueller, please contact him through his Practice by visiting www.HomeopathicAssociates.com

Interview on Reverse Chronological Tautopathy

Today, Mr. Mueller was interviewed by Homeopath Debby Bruck, founder of Homeopathy World Community.

Here’s a description of what the interview is about:

“Mr. Mueller has developed a comprehensive approach to homeopathic treatment for the adverse effects of past infections, vaccinations, drugs, toxins and occupational exposures, called Reverse Chronological Tautopathy (clearing remedies or homeopathic antidotes). In his practice he uses multiple strategies that integrate current scientific insight into homeopathic methodology without sacrificing the classical principles. He demonstrates daily, with consistently excellent clinical results, that homeopathy is a viable treatment for people with complex chronic disorders including cancer, as well as for those with the most common of complaints.”

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Note: If you are interested in homeopathic treatment or would like to discuss your health condition(s) with Mr. Mueller, please contact him through his Practice by visiting www.HomeopathicAssociates.com

Interview of Professor Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh

Professor Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh
Professor Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh

By Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH

A few years ago, I was asked to be a consultant on the Research Review Committee and the Editorial Committee for an  NIH  educational  grant  on  teaching  complementary  and  alternative  medicine  at  the  Program  on  Integrative Medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC. While working with this group, consisting mostly of medical faculty and staff, I noticed that academic texts on complementary and alternative medicine are written almost exclusively by academicians within conventional medicine — by  authors lacking practical or personal experience with the field they write about. Furthermore,  in the research  articles  I  reviewed  for  the  project,  I  repeatedly  came  across  profound  misrepresentations  of  the  basic homeopathic tenets by established scientists who are writing about homeopathy.

I was pleasantly surprised to read, in 2003, an article on homeopathy by Prof. Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh in the Journal of Molecular  Chemistry  entitled,  “Towards  understanding  molecular  mechanisms  of homeopathy.”  I was impressed  that he actually explained the laboratory technique of potentization in this article, unlike some of his western colleagues who seemed to work  hard  to obscure  the difference  between  simple  dilutions  and potentization.  Here  was  a scientist  who  had thoroughly understood the theoretical principles of homeopathy. He was not only clear about the key questions, but also had the ability to communicate his understanding with clarity and the necessary detail.

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