Editorial: Summer 2018
A lovely little remedy to take note of and to remember for those cases where patients appear with this specific symptomatology:
It is a remedy for neuralgic affections and functional cardiac disorders, that has properties that are indicated for the reduction of sclerotic deposits in the arteries. The individual has nervous palpitation and a neuralgic sensation that is located in the left upper abdomen. Numbness and aching may be felt in the left arm. The pulse is irregular, and least physical exertion causes shortness of breath. The individual may have tenacious mucus that causes constriction in the throat. The development of gas in the stomach causes eructations.
In this issue is featured a tribute to the lovely Debby Bruck, founder of HWC, the Homeopathy World Community – a by-invitation community for professional homeopaths and healers, who went too soon and will be sorely missed. Her engagement and enthusiasm for homeopathy have been exemplary. The tribute was written by her dear friend Dr. Kavitha Kukunoor.
Ad Memoriam: A Tribute to Debby Bruck (Homeopathy World Community founder)
Another article, by Dr. Muhammed Rafeeque, shares insights into the homeopathic treatment of children:
Sweet Pills for the Little Ones
The following articles, on the featured topic ‘Autism’, by fantastic authors, are also featured in this issue:
Mike Andrews wrote about:
A little bit of sugar – potentized Sugar Cane
Grace Dasilva-Hill extensively informs about:
Autism/ADHD and Vaccines – are we walking a tightrope whilst blindfolded?
Dr. Amy Lansky poses a most important question:
When Will We Be Willing to Actually Do Something About Autism?
and her book is an Introduction to Homeopathy:
Book review: Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy
Happy reading and a lovely summer!
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