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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Yes, it seems everything that kept humans healthy and living good lives that doesn't include taking pharma products has been reduced to quackery. Vitamin D, sunshine, organic food, etc. The underlying message is always the same; don't trust yourselves, your bodies or life itself.

Thank you.

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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

I don’t know if I had long Covid because, even though I was sick, I never tested to see exactly what I had. But, I had the taste issue. Some things I couldn’t taste at all, and some previously loved foods, tasted horrible. Raw onions, blech! Raw celery, blech! Even my precious coffee had an off taste. It went on and on. I heard that chewing nicorette gum might help, but that crap is full of weird additives and poisons, so that was a hard no. Then I thought of homeopathy. I sent away for some Nicotinum. After 2 doses, things seemed back to normal. Maybe one more dose a week or two later, no taste issues. Thank you, homeopathy.

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That is wonderful to hear, thank you for sharing this!

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Pulsatilla is a common first aid kit remedy that has been used successfully to recover the lost taste symptom of the circulating URTI.

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Good to know. Thanks, Jayne.

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Interesting, how did you come to the conclusion you needed nicotinum?

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Because I had read that nicotine might help with the taste issues. I’ve used homeopathy since around 1989 so I know some basics.

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Thanks for responding.

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My experience with homeopathy is to take a remedy and see if you notice improvement. As long as you’re improving do nothing. If you notice that you’re again showing the original symptoms, that’s the time for another dose.

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You will always be high on my Covid medical heroes list . Thank you for your bravery and perseverance to uphold the truth .

Billy B. Davis , DVM

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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Beautiful and well-rounded article Dr. Lawrie. In the early 1900's, in the New York area, homeopathy was the treatment of choice by the well-to-do. I send to England for a homeopathic product called Traumeel from a company called Vivomed. I save it for when I'm really distressed by a body issue and it always improves my situation. Traumeel was first recommended by my holistic dentist for use after dental surgery.

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Traumeel...wonderful stuff I had the most excruciating lower back pain when I had Glandular Fever and had the stuff injected into the buttocks...removed the pain almost immediately...felt like a miracle!

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Wow! Somehow you have to consider homeopathic remedies beyond what it says on the label. I will make note of how you used it as an example of "creative uses!." My other in-house homeopathic is Bioplasma which I take if I get off balance for any reason. I think of it as an electrolyte.

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What is Bioplasma? Sounds interesting...is it a liquid or pilules and where do you get it?

I've heard talk of Nano medicine being explored...sounds to me like homeopathy, what do you think?

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Bioplasma is quite available. Made by Hyland's which is a trustworthy company. It looks like tiny little marshmallows. I can't find out why it has the word plasma in its name except to say it may assist the plasma in the blood. Real plasma in the blood carries electrolytes such as sodium and potassium to our muscles. It also helps to maintain a proper pH balance in the body, which supports cell function. Bioplasma helps with these same things. There would be a big step involved to mix homeopathy and nanotechnology but the internet does consider the possibility!

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Thank you for the info Kathy, sounds interesting...the future, if one doesn't imagine the Neo-Feudalistic wet dreams of the the control freaky globalists, looks amazingly interesting...technology that could serve us instead of being used intrusively, spiritual adventures that will lead who knows where if based in love and the new position into which our solar system has moved with its new energetic influences...very exciting.

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Yes. A future filled with joy and togetherness can be envisioned. It would grow naturally without the misery imposed by the "non-life" residents of earth.

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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Pharmakeia = poison, sorcery

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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

I grew up in the mid Atlantic states where my forebears went to medical school at Hahneman in Philadelphia. The school has recently closed but the death knell tolled when antibiotics took over following WWII. My step father went to med school before WWII and was taught homeopathy I think but by the time he finished soldiering and came back to residency and specialization, he no longer practiced homeopathy and from 1950 when he finally opened practice was fully allopathic. Very sad to lose homeopathy. The local hospitals which were homeopathic were always called The Memorial Hospital which distinguished them from other local hospitals.

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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Yes! Thank you for 1) showing Wikipedia as the propaganda machine they’ve become; 2) restoring a noble gaze upon homeopathy. I love that the FLCCC is promoting single herbs like elder and that Dr Been is into berberine, a plant component easily extractable (in your kitchen) from readily available plants (in some bushes and forest plants)! As an ex-herbal practitioner, I have never rooted so hard for ethical, awakened doctors as in the last 3 years. I am very excited that they now can turn to herbs in a new way. I hope they also favourably turn to western traditional practitioners for guidance and best practices!

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Integrating western medicine with other modalities such as herbal medicine and homeopathy is absolutely part of the Better Way.

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Great, I celebrate that and totally believe in that intention. My concern is that MDs and lab-coat researchers bypass traditional practitioners, many of whom are not affiliated with official professional organizations, though they are quite professional in their work. Please look up www.americanherbalistsguild.com, https://ontarioherbalists.ca/, https://guildedesherboristes.org/ (I'm from Quebec, where the medical association still regularly operates witch hunts through "alternative" praticionners' offices. It's a disgrace!

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I have lost a lot of trust in ""western" medicine over the last 3 years.

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It was eye opening during the Biden election. Someone on twitter posted something about Bidens numbers not conforming to Benfords law. I looked Benfords law up on Wikipedia, and there was a sentence about election data in the Iran election of 2009. I checked a day later and there was a lot of edit's going on, proving how useless it was for election data.

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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Calling homeopathy ‘quackery’ is really about the huge pharma profits, isn’t it?

I would much rather pursue homeopathic remedies than any big pharma ‘solution’. Especially after Covid, I am extremely skeptical of taking, let alone trusting, anything that comes from big pharma and mainstream medicine.

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Couldn't agree more!

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Mar 2, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

I recently signed a letter to my Senator, Tina Smith, and she replied with more of the mumbo-jumbo. This letter was from a "protect homeopathy" issue. Until then I didn't know it was under attack. Our family has used homeopathy successfully, in particular epilepsy. My stepdaughter, as a child, had seizures that phenobarbital in the highest dose possible didn't work. Two doses, from a homeopathic practitioner worked! No more seizures since, she is now in her 40's.

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Many modern drugs originated from plants. Now they are synthetically made.

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Tess

As a homeopath I am very pleased to see such an article from someone such as yourself. Prior to this article and upcoming interview, you have been very aware of the benefits of homeopathy both during acute treatment, long covid and post covid vaccination illness. With the knowledge you already possess it should be given a significant recommendation in your covid treatment /mRNA detox protocols.

Using homeopathy and nutriceutical protocols have helped many patients recover from long covid and post mRNA dis-ease.

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I have been practicing Homeopathy for 24 years. I performed a trial on 116 patients using homeopathy to prevent Covid with remarkable success. I have also treated several hundred Covid patients homeopathically in various stages of severity. All of which recovered, and none of which ended up in hospital. More recently, I have been treating people with mRNA injury. Again the success rate is tremendous. I have had patients with recurring fevers all the way to strokes and blood clots recover after being treated homeopathically. Homeopathy is not a system of belief but a true system of medicine based on the law of similars. Historically the success rate of homeopathy in the treatment of epidemic disease is well documented. I’m very happy to see that more and more medical practitioners are recommending the use of homeopathy. Thank you for your article.

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Homeopathy is a valid treatment but Covid symptoms are not the result of a virus as viruses have never been proven to exist. Please read Mark Bailey’s “Farewell to Virology. Until we recognize contagion and viruses as the make believe stories of Rockefeller medicine they psychopaths will always use pharmaceutical products to enslave us. Isn’t it strange that no pharmaceutical product has ever cured anyone of anything and we are led to believe that chronic conditions are incurable. There is so much information out there demonstrating the lack of rigor around the conventional medicine. We must explore a different path to health and vitality.

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Honest question. Not trying to be combative. But if viruses don’t exist, why do antivirals work? Also, I’ve had H1N1 in 2009 (never had flu since so I’m assuming natural immune now) and Covid (probably Alpha variant) in May 2021. Extremely sick both times and they were very different diseases. With covid I had bruises (I assume microclots) in a line up my calve for nearly a year. I do believe it was created in a lab as a bio weapon.

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Difficult to know what the truth is, but apparently no virus has ever been isolated. According to some, a lab mix of a sick persons sputum put into a petri dish, then starved, then poisoned, then fed fetal calf tissue and a few other things, results in a mush that under a microscope has little round dots that they decided is the virus...seems the same can be found if mixing egg yolk in such a manner or many other substances. Not being a scientist I cannot prove this for myself, but I have quite a lot of confidence in those who have observed this experiment and written about it ( which unfortunately I haven't described very well, but if you go to Dr. Andrew Kaufmans website I'm sure you'll find the video. ) They apparently then have a little un-sequenced genetic material which is then fed into a computer with instructions to make up a sequence and voila! One has a virus. That's my take on it for what it's worth...Which is definitely not to say that illness doesn't exist, it does, but it may well be something completely different to what mainstream medicine says it is.

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This, my take on it as well. :-))

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Worked in a veterinary practice for many years.

We used an array of homeopathic medicines for various ailments.

Dogs and Cats may steal treats but they don't lie

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I had cystitis years ago, went to an ordinary doc...anti-biotics and citro-soda...no help...became desperate and my step mother (Tess you may have heard of her as she was in S.A.; a physiotherapist in JHB, Agnes Wenham?) who had a friend who was a homeopath...have never looked back since then...he gave me some pilules and a herbal tea; the infection was gone in 2 days and never came back.

Since then I've aimed for homeopathy whenever I could afford it, then naturopathy and herbs...I'm totally sold on these 'old fashioned' methods...have added positive thought, movement, telling my body how amazing it is...these all seem to work, as I've got rid of two ailments the allopathic docs told me I'd have for the rest of my life, as mentioned in previous comments.

I really can't say how important it has become to take responsibility for ones health into ones own hands, of course with help, if needed, from practitioners of non-chemical/petroleum based meds. Those producing so many of these poisons called medications have proved themselves untrustworthy just once too often recently

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Mar 2, 2023·edited Mar 2, 2023

I am not a "homeopath" person, but it sure reminds me of the J-curve effect.

For instance, no activity is bad, moderate activity is very protective vs hospitalization & death from The Horrid Plague, but extreme (elite athlete) activity actually worsens the prognosis. What's exercise except "stress on the body"? Stress is bad - except when it is "moderate" and then it is good.

Same thing with BMI. BMI=16 is bad. BMI=24 is good. BMI=40 is really bad.

I wish we came with an operating manual. But who reads the darned things anyway?

At this point, anything that Pharma hates, deserves a second, third, and fourth look. And maybe a fifth look too.

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