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Too Sensitive For Herbs

I had gone to a well-reputed herbalist for general improvements in my health, including constipation, a liver cleanse and anemia issues. Most of the herbs I took worsened my condition- to which the herbalist just scratched her head and insisted that everyone else could take them just fine. All the aggravations subsided after discontinuation except for one. The herb she’d given me to help build the iron in my blood- nettles – had actually caused me to have frequent, profuse and smelly flatulence that did not subside for the entire year before I went to Mr. Mueller.

One of the things Mr. Mueller asked me was what type of past treatments and surgeries I’d had including medications, herbs and supplements. In addition to taking Lycopodium to help my liver function better and relieve the constipation I took Urtica urens (homeopathic nettles) to clear for the effects of the nettles and with the first dose, the flatulence stopped! You can imagine that this was a MAJOR relief for me! Mr. Mueller explained that I was very sensitive and for folks like me, taking herbs was risky as we would only get symptoms from them. I’m hooked on homeopathy! And a big fan of “clearing remedies”!

Paula T.

The Cancer Diathesis – Article by Mr. Mueller

Mr. Mueller published this article in The American Homeopath, Vol 16, 2010.

“The pre-cancer stage embraces all the countless manifestations of chronic disease such as diabetes, epilepsy, psoriasis, eczema, arthritis, in its many forms, asthma, hay fever and numerous tubercular affections as well as the venereal diseases together with the numerous abnormal mental and emotional afflictions which harass the (human) race today.”
— Arthur H. Grimmer, Collected Works, p. 769.

A diathesis is constitutional predisposition toward a particular state or condition. It is recognizable by certain psycho-physical characteristics, by a group of diseases encountered in the ancestors and by a number of associated disorders. Historically, “diathesis” was described in homeopathic medicine in conjunction with, and as a sequel of, a natural (contagious) chronic disease or miasmic disease such as tuberculosis, that is, in the ancestors of the afflicted. The term has been used interchangeably with miasm, even though the “cancer miasm” does not necessarily denote a dyscrasia resulting from an infectious disease (although there is evidence that certain forms of cancer are of an infectious nature). Some classical homeopaths correctly spoke of the psoric, sycotic, syphilitic and tubercular diatheses, a term which I prefer; I am reserving the term “miasm” for infection, as it was originally used by Hahnemann.

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