Vaccine Free Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Contagious Disease with Homeopathy
A Manual For Practitioners and Consumers
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The philosophy and practical applications of homeopathy described in this book offer the world an alternative or conjunctive path to the use of vaccination for the treatment and prevention of infectious contagious diseases. Moreover, this book is full of useful information and advocating for the effective treatment of infectious contagious disease with homeopathy. Considering the state of affairs in world health, where more than half of the world lives in poverty, without clean water, and adequate food supplies, the annihilation of infectious contagious disease with any healing modality is very difficult. Homeopathy offers an inexpensive and effective treatment plan which can more radically improve the status of health on this planet for its human inhabitants than any other system of medicine has so far.
Not only is the information herein useful for the treatment of infectious contagious diseases but it also lays a foundation for deeper study into chronic disease. The philosophical chapters introduces the basic tenants of homeopathy, and overview of the immune system, and discusses vaccine injury in the immune system in the light of homeopathic philosophy. The clinical chapters cover: childhood eruptive disease such as chickenpox, measles, and scarlet fever: diseases that have a historical significance and/or raise concerns due to biological warfare, smallpox, anthrax, and plague: more common household illness of Haemophilus influenza, otitis media, influenza, mononucleosis, and pneumonia: sexually transmitted diseases of herpes, genital warts, gonorrhea, syphilis, AIDS and hepatitis, accompanied with an in depth look at the expression of human psychology associated with these diseases: five of the most common tropical diseases, yellow fever, typhoid, dengue fever, cholera and malaria providing sufficient information for prevention and treatment:. The remaining chapters cover homeopathic prevention and treatment for rabies, tetanus, diphtheria, mumps, and tuberculosis.
Foreword By Randall Neustaedter OMD, LAc, CCH
An ever increasing percentage of parents are choosing not to vaccinate their children. Faced with an avalanche newly developed and relatively untested vaccines, parents have become wary. The sheer number of vaccines in the recommended schedule is confusing and suspiciously overwhelming. This combined with reports of autism, asthma, and autoimmune disease as a consequence of vaccination worries parents. There are now many books and websites that provide volumes of information to make truly informed decisions about vaccination choices.
Practitioners of holistic medicine, including holistic pediatricians, homeopaths, naturopaths, pediatric acupuncturists, and chiropractors, have taken on the task of educating parents about the potential risks and adverse effects of vaccines. Holistic practitioners recognize the role of vaccines in the increasing incidence of immune dysfunction and chronic disease. Often these practitioners caution parents about the risks of vaccines, and encourage them to avoid vaccinations. Part of their confidence in taking this position is due to the effectiveness of holistic methods in the treatment of childhood infectious disease. Where conventional (allopathic) medicine has no treatment for most of the infectious disease that vaccines seek to prevent, the sciences of homeopathy and herbal medicine provide treatment and preventive approaches that have proven effective in clinical practice over hundreds of years.
This book presents the position of homeopathy in relation to these infectious diseases for the first time in a thorough, systematic, and practical volume. It is bound to give both parents and practitioners confidence in the ability of homeopathy to prevent and treat these diseases. The promotion of vaccination is based on fear of infectious disease. If doctors have no treatment for a disease that is capable of causing complications (such as measles or mumps) then they will be inclined to recommend a vaccine to prevent those complications, despite the risks. The fear of the disease in conventional medical practice is greater than the fear of the adverse effect of the vaccine. However, our increasing knowledge of the chronic diseases produced by vaccines is changing that equation. If we have an alternative approach to disease prevention and treatment, then we may not need these potentially toxic vaccines at all. Homeopathy does provide adequate disease treatment, and with the knowledge of homeopathic methods, health care practitioners can manage these diseases. Furthermore, with a holistic approach such as homeopathy, practitioners can prevent the complications of these diseases with appropriate and effective treatment of the active disease.
A holistic medical approach that also includes adequate nutrition and breastfeeding, constitutional treatment, and avoidance of toxins will create a healthy, resilient child who is much less likely to develop serious infectious disease or complications of simple childhood illness. Commonly encountered bacteria like Hemophilus influenzae will not invade and infect the nervous system causing meningitis. Common childhood diseases like flu and chickenpox will not progress into secondary infections, such as pneumonia. Homeopaths and others now have a welcome and definitive guide to the treatment of these infectious diseases.
With this book, practitioners now have the tools to both prevent diseases during epidemic exposure and to treat infectious diseases if they occur. For these reasons it is an invaluable pediatric resource. Ms. Birch has accumulated a complete reference to both common and unusual illnesses, gleaning information from many sources over the long history of homeopathy’s encounters with these diseases. Practitioners in the West may never encounter yellow fever or typhoid or diphtheria, but homeopathy has been extremely effective in treating these illnesses. Homeopathy’s fame and popularity in the United States during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was due in large measure to its extraordinary success with these epidemic diseases. Measles, mumps, and polio are also now rare conditions in the West, but when they occur this book will guide us to the treatments that have proven themselves effective during the era when these diseases were prevalent. Whooping cough is commonly encountered by holistic pediatric practitioners whose patients avoid the pertussis vaccine or when the vaccine fails. And homeopathy again has very effective treatment for whooping cough. Armed with this text, practitioners can feel confident that these diseases are manageable and their corresponding vaccines unnecessary.
The unique and remarkable contribution of this book, however, is the thorough presentation of the homeopathic understanding of vaccine reactions and their management. Ms. Birch does an admirable job of explaining and defining the classical homeopathic view of vaccine reactions. Armed with this knowledge, practitioners can then follow the guidelines and remedy suggestions she outlines to treat the resulting symptom picture. The understanding of how vaccines can undermine the health of children can also help parents in making the important and difficult decisions about infectious disease prevention for their families. This unique addition to the homeopathic literature will prove invaluable to practitioners who treat these children and to parents who can rely on the science of homeopathy for their children’s health and safety.
Why write a book about homeopathic treatment and prevention of infectious contagious diseases when vaccines and antibiotics are readily available? The answer is simple. Allopathic medicine is unable to offer any alternatives in the treatment of these potentially dangerous diseases whereas homeopathy does. Furthermore, mounting evidence against the use of vaccines is forcing practitioners, parents, and lawmakers to search for alternatives.
Concerned parents have asked me, “What do I do if I do not want to vaccinate my child? Are there any alternatives if my child gets sick?” I say, “Yes, there is homeopathy!”
The system of homeopathy offers a different perspective and a different set of tools for the treatment of infectious contagious diseases. Homeopathy is a complete system of medicine that was developed in Germany during the nineteenth century. Homeopathic principles are based on an energetic view of the mind and body. Homeopathic remedies are made from naturally occurring substances such as plants, minerals, and animals, which are used to stimulate the innate healing potential of the individual rather than to kill the offending germs. Homeopathy was developed before the identification of viruses or germs, when vaccinations or antibiotics were not available. Yet, without this understanding, homeopathy proved itself successful in the treatment of infectious contagious diseases.
The decision not to vaccinate, for many parents, is a difficult one. It often starts with the mother having an intuitive feeling that vaccination is just not right. Mothers do not want to inject something into their babies. Their babies are so small and fragile, how can it be good to load their systems with multiple injected doses of pathogenic material? Pressure from husbands, doctors, parents, and in-laws can make these women feel unsubstantiated in their gut feelings. Sometimes the decision to vaccinate is postponed. Yet, there remains the fear that their children will not be able to go to school without state required shots.....continued in the book
Kate Birch is a mother of two children, a homeopath, and a massage therapist. She came to homeopathy when she was a young mother for the treatment of depression, weight loss, and weakness. She witnessed her son suffering from asthma after vaccinations and subsequently opted not to vaccinate her daughter. After successful treatment with homeopathy for herself and her son, she went to school to become a homeopath. Kate has been in homeopathic family practice since 1994. She has over 500 hours of teaching homeopathy in the classroom and lecture settings. From 2005 - 2008 she served as the Vice President of the North American Society of Homeopaths and remains the North American representative to the International Council for Homeopathy.
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