Homeopathy: A Complete Knowledge

What is Homeopathy?

Homeopathy is a safe, effective system of natural medicine which has been practiced worldwide for more than 200 years to achieve wellness. Homeopaths use extremely diluted (potentized) remedies to stimulate the body’s own healing functions.

 It is proven science that the human body is actually designed to exist in excellent health since we have built-in mechanisms necessary to support that state.

Homeopathic remedies are prepared from natural sources are used in extremely small amounts. These are non-toxic and when properly administered can be safely used with infants, children, adults, and animals.

 From these keys to achieving these higher levels of health are found in discovering how to activate the remarkable healing powers already resident within our bodies. We don’t need physiological doses to treat which cause havoc to our system sometimes.

  • Homeopathy works on the principle that like cures like”. In other words, illness is treated with a medicine which could produce similar symptoms in a healthy person.
  • Homeopathy regards symptoms as the body’s healthy attempt to restore itself to balance.
  • The active ingredients are given in highly diluted forms to avoid toxicity. So homeopathic medicines are 100% safe.
  • Homeopathy has shown to be successful in treating a wide range of conditions, often after conventional medicines have failed.
  • Many internationally recognized medical journals including Lancet, Pediatrics and British Medical journal have documented homeopathy’s healing abilities.
  • Homeopathic prescribing is based on all aspects of a patient’s condition. The patient’s personality and lifestyle are as important as physical.
  • Homeopathic practitioners use extensive history taking sessions for choosing the right constitutional remedy. Nutritional needs exercise and dietary supports are part of this process.

 Homeopathy and Modern Medicine: What is the difference?

Homeopathic therapeutic principles differ from those of conventional medicine, as does its approach to the patient and to the concept of illness. It can be used as a treatment of first in a wide range of conditions and can be used as a complementary or in addition to other treatments, For example, to support or hasten recovery after surgery.

Homeopathy emphasizes the importance of treating the individuals as a whole person as opposed to conventional medicine where treatment is focused on treating a single diseased part. The approach relies on defense and self-regulatory responses, not unlike the conventional approach of blocking body reactions and replacing deficiencies.

Homeopathy regards symptoms like a body’s healthy attempt to restore itself to balance. A homeopath will choose the remedy that supports the symptoms – rather than opposing them or suppressing them as in the conventional approach.

Homeopathy recognizes that each person manifests illness in a unique and slightly different way. That is why two people suffering from the same illness may not necessarily have the same remedy.
A cold sufferer with a congested nose and dry eyes would receive a different remedy than a cold suffers from runny nose and watery eyes. Unlike the “one size fits all” approach used in conventional medicine.

Homeopathy works better than other modalities in any specific area?

Homeopathy works for any illness no matter what but with the some of the restrictions

If organ damage is so severe that it cannot be reversed, but homeopathy may be able to palliate the symptoms. If surgery is needed (e.g. as the result of an accident), but homeopathic remedies can assist the healing process and are used in many German hospitals and UK hospitals.

If there is a “maintaining cause” that does not allow the body to heal itself, such as poor diet or living conditions, or continual exposure to the triggering effects of an allergen (such as wheat or dairy products for many people). In these cases, it may be necessary to remove the problem at least temporarily until the person has recovered enough to be unaffected by it.

Although it is capable of curing any conditions it has been found to more effective in the skin, Asthma and other diseases where no cause of the disease is found like Fibromyalgia, Migraines, Allergies, etc.

What are these medicine made of?

Homeopathy preparation is made small or infinitesimal doses of substances from the plant, mineral or animal kingdoms to activate the body’s nervous system to initiate our own healing response.

Are Homeopathic remedies safe?

Homeopathic remedies are made from natural substances like plants, minerals and animal kingdom like honeybees, etc. They are non-toxic and when properly administered can be safely used with infants, children, adults, and animals. These substances are diluted and purified to the extent that they can’t harm the body. These substances go through a dynamic process of serial dilutions and discussions called potentization to enable them to release energy.

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Homeopathy And Migraine

What Is Migraine?

More than 28 million Americans suffer from migraine headaches, and females are much more likely to get them than males. A migraine is a form of recurrent paroxysmal headaches often confined to one side of the head. It begins during childhood to adult life and is frequently associated with gastric and sensory disturbances.

What Causes Migraines?

Migraine headaches result from a combination of blood vessel enlargement and the release of chemicals from nerve fibers that coil around these blood vessels. During the headache, an artery enlarges which is located on the outside of the skull just under the skin of the temple (temporal artery). This causes a release of chemicals that cause inflammation, pain, and further enlargement of the artery. A migraine headache causes the sympathetic nervous system to respond with feelings of nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. This response also delays the emptying of the stomach into the small intestine (affecting food absorption), decreases blood circulation leading to cold hands and feet, and increases sensitivity to light and sound.

What are the pre-disposition factors:

  • Anxiety, overwork, emotional upsets menopause, hypertension, premenstrual tension, food deprivation, too much chocolate or orange, etc.

AGE: Young adults

SEX: common in females

One type of migraine occurs regularly. It also seems to bear some relation to menstrual periods.

The pain in the head is most often right sided, in the temporal region. This can occur on either side or an alternate. The patient is dull mentally. He/she is sensitive to noise and light. The pupils may be dilated or contracted. The face may be pale or flushed. As a rule, the patient prefers to lie in a dark room and refuse food. It has been observed that the superficial temporal artery throbs vigorously and may be tender on palpitation. The headache may last 12 to 14 hours usually, but shorter to longer attacks may also occur.

How can you prevent migraine?

It is possible for people to get medication overuse headache (MOH), or rebound headache when taking too many medications in an attempt to prevent migraine. Prevention begins with avoiding things that trigger the condition. The main goals of prophylactic therapies are to reduce the frequency, pain, and duration of migraine headaches. There are several categories of preventive migraine medicine, ranging from diet changes and exercise to prescription drugs. Some of these include:

  • Prescription beta blockers, anticonvulsants, and antidepressants
  • Botulinum toxin A (Botox in.)
  • Surgery that severs corrugator supercilii muscle and zygomaticotemporal nerve in the brain
  • Spinal cord stimulator implantation.
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
  • Vision Correction.
  • Sleep, sexual activity, and Exercise.
  • Visualization and self-hypnosis.
  • Special diets such as gluten-free.

Good supplements, Herbs, and Vitamins:

Butterbur, Cannabis, CoQ10 enzyme, Feverfew, Magnesium Citrate, Riboflavin, B12, Melatonin

Homeopathic Remedies for Migraine Headaches:

Arnica Montana: Headaches resulting from a head injury.

Belladonna: Right-sided headaches and migraine. Associated symptoms include throbbing pain, reddened or hot skin, cold feet, and hands.

Bryonia Alba: Remedy for pulsating throbbing centralized near or into the left eye. Symptoms include early morning headaches and dry mouth, disturbed by noise and movement.

China: Headaches resulting from dehydration, weakness or anemia.

Cimicifuga: Migraine and a throbbing headache. Symptoms include headache associated with the menstrual period, stiff neck pain, and feelings of gloom or despair.

Cocculus Ind: Headaches or Migraine resulting from worrisome behavior or insomnia. Symptoms include dizziness, nausea, and vomiting.

Cyclamen: Migraine associated with dizziness, blurred or dimmed vision, or eye spasm. Symptoms include earache, dry mouth or thirst, and weakness. Sensitivity to cold or open air. Emotional upsets.

Gelsemium: Symptoms include headache associated with blurred vision, the sensation of a tight band or vise clamped around skull, frequent urination, and difficulty holding head straight or opening eyes.

Ignatia Amara: Ice pick headaches and stress headaches. Symptoms include back or muscle spasms and feelings of grief, disappointment, or sadness.

Iris Versicolor: Treats headaches or migraine that typically comes during the weekend or during rest periods. Remedy for Migraine with aura. Patient vomits a bitter bilious substance and the vomiting gives relief to the pains in the head.

Lachesis: Left-sided Migraine. Symptoms include congestion, hot flashes, flushed or blotchy skin, and heat intolerance.

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Homeopathy Medicine For Oily Skin And Acne

Acne is the commonly used name for the condition of clogged pores by sebum (also known as whiteheads and blackheads), pimples, nodules or cysts that can appear on the face, neck, shoulders, chest, back, upper arms

Most teenagers and a good number of adults suffer from acne for more or less extended periods of time. The condition is not confined to any age group, race, or sex.

It affects hundreds of millions of people across the world. The biggest problems with acne are the unpleasant look of pimples and the scars they may leave behind.

What Causes Adult Acne?

Adult acne is caused by sebum, an oily substance produced by the skin’s sebaceous glands. Sebum clogs pores, which attract bacteria and become inflamed. For most adults, breakouts are a result of hypersensitivity to androgens (male hormones). But an imbalance in both male and female hormones (estrogen) can also cause breakouts. For women, this can happen during menstruation, pregnancy, perimenopause, and menopause. Some medications, such as corticosteroids, and cosmetics are also triggered outbreaks.

The Social Impact of Acne

Acne is one of the most troublesome conditions of our times. While most people suffering from acne do not experience any kind of physical discomfort, they make up for this by psychological scarring. This effect has not been studied in depth because acne is a common, non-threatening condition that comes and goes on its own and any psychological effects attached to it were not seen as particularly important.

However, acne has a stronger than the suspected impact on the lives of people today. Studies conducted by researchers showed that people suffering from acne also display:

  • Low self-confidence Low self-esteem
  • Frustration
  • Feelings of inadequacy
  • Depression
  • Refusal to socialize

These effects are triggered by the negative effect acne has on looks and the resulting apprehension of negative reactions from others. People suffering from acne can end up living unsatisfying lives and fail in school, jobs and social interaction.

Homeopathic Remedies:

Are helpful and work very well with all age groups. Body chemicals are controlled by means of oral remedies within a few weeks to a few months. It is completely controlled within five to six months. Certain harsh chemical or soaps should be avoided. Homeopathy is focused on individual symptoms rather than generic remedies for everyone.

Helpful Remedies are Antrim Tart, Sulphur, Nux Vomica, Ars Borm, Kali Brom, Merc Sol, Kali Iod, Thuja, Carbo, etc.

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Homeopathy Medicine For Asthma

Homeopathy Medicine For Asthma

Asthma is the leading cause of chronic illness among children and it is the third leading cause of hospitalization among children under the age of 15 in the Australia. Unfortunately, it is very common that the parents of young ones are not able to recognize the early signs of asthma and usually overlook them as a routine ailment which leads to wastage of an effective time frame where asthma could have been easily controlled or treated. It is a growing problem, both for children and adults. In fact, asthma now affects some 20 million Americans, as it has increased by more than 300 percent over the last 20 years.

What exactly is asthma?

Under normal circumstances, there is a clear passage in the bronchi and bronchioles facilitating effortless breathing process. Asthma is experienced when there is an inflammation of the airways restricting the oxygen that flows in the lungs and which should be expelled outwards after. That means, the small tubes that bring air out of lungs are swollen and inflamed and sometimes clogged with mucus. This swelling and clogging make it difficult for air to move out freely. Asthma is usually characterized by repeated episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, coughing, chest congestion, and nighttime or early morning coughing. Asthma occurs when the small bronchial air passages in the lungs become inflamed, partially obstructed with phlegm, or tightened due to spasm of the muscles surrounding them. The clinical Hallmark of asthma is wheezing and difficulty in breathing.

Asthma in children:

Babies in their first few years of life are prone to the characteristic wheezing sound due to their small air passages. As they grow older the air passages grow bigger and the wheezing stops.

Half of the new cases of asthma occur in children below 10 years of age. It is therefore advisable not to overlook your child’s condition, as it could lead to a build-up of a chronic or severe illness.

Make sure you consult a physician if your child experiences any of the following signs and symptoms

  • Coughing that is constant or intermittent without any apparent reason.
  • Wheezing or whistling sounds audible when your child exhales.
  • Shortness of breath or rapid breathing. This may or may not be associated with exercise.
  • Chest tightness.
  • Repeated respiratory infections such as pneumonia or bronchitis
  • Identifying asthma in infants and the very young is usually difficult. The symptoms might only show up when the child exerting coughing after running.
  • Or your child may cough at night or during sleep.
  • Coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath also may accompany while crying, yelling and or laughing.
  • Infants may have problems during feeding or suckling.


Thuja Occidentalis:  Thuja Occidentalis is commonly known as Arbor Vitae. This is a deep acting remedy with a wide sphere of action. It is a constitutional remedy of great use in many disease processes. It has profound action on respiratory organs, skin, genitourinary organs, joints, nervous system, glands, kidneys, blood, etc. It is one of the frequently indicated remedies for asthmatic bronchitis as well as adult asthma.

Antimonium Tart: This drug finds its therapeutic application largely towards the treatment of respiratory diseases, mainly in asthmatic bronchitis. After undergoing the process of potentization, the latent curative powers of this drug are brought to the surface. It is one of the commonly indicated remedies for asthmatic bronchitis.

Kali Carb:  It is one of the polycrest remedies having effects on multiple organs and systems in the body. Kali Carb does wonders in cases of asthma, bronchitis, tuberculosis, pneumonia. It is also one of the commonly used medicines for hepatitis, Vitiligo, warts, eczema, urticaria, hair loss, and low backache, menstrual bleeding, etc. Other good remedies are: Ars Alb, Bryonia Alba, Carbo Veg, Ammon Carb, Kali Bich, Stannum, Pulsatilla, Spongia Tosta are few based on the symptoms.

It is always advisable to consult an experienced Homeopath before taking any medicine. Dosage and frequency in homeopathic treatment are equally important.

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Homeopathy is time less and without limit

(NewsTarget) Homeopathy is an ancient idea, recognised by keen observers of nature. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, was born around 460 BC. He recognised that diseases come from natural sources, rather than the superstitious sources popular at the time. He became a careful observer. He recognised that each case is individual. He also recognised that when treating a hitherto unknown case, he could use similar remedies, from similar cases.

As well as recognising that a body can heal itself, he understood the importance of cleanliness, of a good diet and of exercise: ideas that took a couple of millennium to become common practice.

Paracelsus (1493 – 1541) was an alchemist and a doctor. He was outspoken against doctors doing more harm than good. He stated: “All things are poison, for there is nothing without poisonous qualities … it is only the dose which makes a thing poison.” This is close to the homeopathic principle of using minute doses of the substance, even poisons. He believed that health rested on “the inner harmony of man”, something homeopaths easily identify with.

William Cullen (1710 – 1790), a Scottish physician and lecturer on chemistry, wrote A Treatise of Materia Medica in 1789.

In 1790, Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of modern day homeopathy, translated this work into German. It was here that he discovered the idea that cinchona bark produces the very same fever in a healthy person that it so capably heals in a sick person. This was a eureka moment for Hahnemann and he experimented with this idea on himself. When he took a dose, he developed the same symptoms it was known to cure. And so, based on ancient wisdom, modern day homeopathy was born.

Samuel Hahnemann was a highly intelligent man, far ahead of his time. He was a doctor, a chemist and a linguist. (He was proficient in Latin, Greek, Italian, Hebrew, Arabic and French.) He was interested in philosophy and literature.

His change from practicing medicine to discovering homeopathy came about after he found it unacceptable to continue with the current medical practice of doing more harm than good.

He spent the rest of his life experimenting, observing, developing the complete philosophy of homeopathy and writing guide-lines for following practitioners. One of his most important instructions is:

“The highest ideal of cure is rapid, gentle and permanent restoration of health, or removal and annihilation of the disease in its whole extent, in the shortest, most reliable, and most harmless way, on easily comprehensible principles.”

He clearly understood the nature of disease, the nature of the medicines and the nature of man – the three key areas fundamental to healing.

The 100 odd medicines he developed homeopathically are still as much in use today, for exactly the same reasons, as they were 200 years ago. There may have been large changes in our environment and in our technology, but there have been no changes in who we are and how we respond to outside pressure.

Much good can be done by using some of the common remedies in home prescribing. However, this highly sophisticated medical modality works best when it is practised by a competent professional homeopath who works by understanding the mental and emotional state the person is in. This is when miracles can occur, when the incurable is cured.

Homeopathy is one of the few modalities of health which fully appreciates the mind-body connection.

Homeopathy works as well on animals as it does on people.

Based on highly ethical procedures, all homeopathic testing (called provings) are done on healthy people.



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Successful Experiment Shows Homeopathic Arnica Stimulates Wound Healing Genes

Given the central role of macrophages in tissue repair and regeneration, we formulated the hypothesis that one of the cellular targets of Arnica m. an action is the macrophage and accordingly decided to evaluate this plant’s effects in vitro on the THP-1 human cell line, a widely used model for immune modulation. This cell line is widely used in laboratories for the study of macrophage biochemistry and molecular biology.

The advantage of a cell line resides essentially in the easier reproducibility of experiments in the same conditions, avoiding the variations due to individual sensitivity of different donors. Since we used very low doses of drugs—even with the highest Arnica m. 2c dilution, in the assay medium the sesquiterpene lactones are in the 10−8 Mol/L dose—we expected small effect sizes and so preferred to use a highly reproducible model. THP-1 cells resemble primary monocytes, but when treated with low doses of phorbol esters (PMA) they differentiate to cells with the morphological and functional features of tissue macrophages. On the basis of environmental cues and molecular mediators, macrophages differentiate to either a proinflammatory type (M1) or to an anti-inflammatory or pro-reparatory type (M2).

Accordingly, we used THP-1 macrophages polarized by interleukin-4 (IL-4) treatment to a phenotype that takes on characteristic properties functional to immune regulation, wound healing, and tissue remodeling. The results of this work indicate that Arnica m. acts on macrophages by modulating a number of genes and by increasing cell motility. RNA-Seq analysis allowed the identification of several genes which are particularly sensitive to ultra-low doses and high dilutions of this plant extract.

Molecular analysis of gene expression suggests that a primary action of this medicinal plant is the stimulation of tissue matrix synthesis. These findings provide new insights into wound-associated molecular events and specifically point to macrophage fibronectin production as a potential therapeutic target of Arnica m. for the treatment of wound repair.

Successful Experiment Shows Homeopathic Arnica Stimulates Wound Healing Genes

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Sprinter Usain Bolt Bounces Back from Injury With The Aid Of Homeopathy to Win Gold

At the beginning of July 2016, Usain Bolt withdrew from Olympic trials with a grade 1 tear in his hamstring. He immediately went to Germany for homeopathic medical treatment. Then he improved so quickly by getting this amazing homeopathic treatment that he completed just a month later in the Rio 2016 Olympics and won gold three times!

The Olympic sprinter and famed winner of numerous gold medals have been using homeopathy since the age of 16. He is a patient of German sports doctor Hans-Wilheim Muller-Wohlfahrt who uses homeopathy at his Munich clinic. “I’ve been coming here since I was 16,” the world record holder said at a press conference in Munich. “It’s been a long relationship. Every time I have a problem, he always gives good advice and treatments. He’s the best at what he does. We are very close,”

Bolt was born with scoliosis, a curvature of the lower spine, which makes him more susceptible to back pain and injuries.

There are thousands of trained homeopathic physicians in Germany and Dr. Müller-Wohlfahrt is a world leader in the treatment of sports injuries. “He is well-known for his holistic approach. Though conventionally trained in medicine and orthopedics, his treatment includes manual diagnostics, as well as herbal and homeopathic remedies and acupuncture. Other famous patients include Paula Radcliffe, Kelly Holmes, Tyson Gay, Ronaldo, Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard and Boris Becker. He is also the team doctor for German national football team and FC Bayern München.”

Sprinter Usain Bolt Bounces Back from Injury With The Aid Of Homeopathy to Win Gold

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homeopathy really does work

I was a dedicated scientist about to begin a PhD in neuroscience when, out of the blue, homeopathy bit me on the proverbial bottom.

Science had been my passion since I began studying biology with Mr Hopkinson at the age of 11, and by the age of 21, when I attended the dinner party that altered the course of my life, I had still barely heard of it. The idea that I would one day become a homeopath would have seemed ludicrous.

That turning point is etched in my mind. A woman I’d known my entire life told me that a homeopath had successfully treated her when many months of conventional treatment had failed. As a sceptic, I scoffed, but was nonetheless a little intrigued.

She confessed that despite thinking homeopathy was a load of rubbish, she’d finally agreed to an appointment, to stop her daughter nagging. But she was genuinely shocked to find that, after one little pill, within days she felt significantly better. A second tablet, she said, “saw it off completely”.

I admit I ruined that dinner party. I interrogated her about every detail of her diagnosis, previous treatment, time scales, the lot. I thought it through logically – she was intelligent, she wasn’t lying, she had no previous inclination towards alternative medicine, and her reluctance would have diminished any placebo effect.

Scientists are supposed to make unprejudiced observations, then draw conclusions. As I thought about this, I was left with the highly uncomfortable conclusion that homeopathy appeared to have worked. I had to find out more.

So, I started reading about homeopathy, and what I discovered shifted my world for ever. I became convinced enough to hand my coveted PhD studentship over to my best friend and sign on for a three-year, full-time homeopathy training course.

Now, as an experienced homeopath, it is “science” that is biting me on the bottom. I know homeopathy works, not only because I’ve seen it with my own eyes countless times, but because scientific research confirms it. And yet I keep reading reports in the mediasaying that homeopathy doesn’t work and that this scientific evidence doesn’t exist.

The facts, it seems, are being ignored. By the end of 2009, 142 randomised control trials (the gold standard in medical research) comparing homeopathy with placebo or conventional treatment had been published in peer-reviewed journals – 74 were able to draw firm conclusions: 63 were positive for homeopathy and 11 were negative. Five major systematic reviews have also been carried out to analyse the balance of evidence from RCTs of homeopathy – four were positive (Kleijnen, J, et alLinde, K, et alLinde, K, et alCucherat, M, et al) and one was negative (Shang, A et al). It’s usual to get mixed results when you look at a wide range of research results on one subject, and if these results were from trials measuring the efficacy of “normal” conventional drugs, ratios of 63:11 and 4:1 in favour of a treatment working would be considered pretty persuasive.

Of course, the question of how homeopathy works is another matter. And that is where homeopathy courts controversy. It is indeed puzzling that ultra-high dilutions of substances, with few or no measurable molecules of the original substance left in them, should exert biological effects, but exert biological effects they do.

There are experiments showing that homeopathic thyroxine can alter the rate of metamorphosis of tadpoles into frogs, that homeopathic histamine can alter the activity of white blood cells, and that under the right conditions, homeopathic sodium chloride can be made to release light in the same way as normal sodium chloride. The idea that such highly-diluted preparations are not only still active, but retain characteristics of the original substances, may seem impossible, but these kinds of results show it’s a demonstrable fact.

Surely science should come into its own here – solving the riddles of the world around us, pushing the frontiers of knowledge. At least, that is the science I fell in love with. More of a puzzle to me now is the blinkered approach of those who continue, despite increasing evidence, to deny what is in front of them.

In the last few years, there has been much propaganda and misinformation circulated, much of it heralding the death of homeopathy, yet the evidence shows that interest in complementary and alternative medicine is growing.

In February, the “sceptics” campaign had a breakthrough – a report from the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee recommended no further NHS funding for homeopathy, despite a deeply flawed hearing.

The Society of Homeopaths – the largest body representing professional homeopaths – was refused permission to give oral evidence. Also notable by their absence from the panel were primary care trusts who currently commission homeopathy and representatives of patients who use homeopathy. Yet oral evidence was heard from a journalist previously investigated by the Press Complaints Commission for unsubstantiated criticism of homeopaths, and a spokesperson for a charity that has long publicly opposed homeopathy. It is significant that one of the four MPs asked to vote on the report abstained due to concerns about the lack of balance in the evidence heard.

Homeopathy is well-established in the UK, having been available through the NHS since its inception in 1948. More than 400 GPs use homeopathy in their everyday practice and the Society of Homeopaths has 1,500 registered members, from a variety of previous professions including pharmacists, journalists, solicitors and nurses.

And yet the portrayal of homeopathy as charlatanism and witchcraft continues. There is growing evidence that homeopathy works, that it is cost-effective and that patients want it. As drugs bills spiral, and evidence emerges that certain drugs routinely prescribed on the NHS are no better than placebos, maybe it’s time for “sceptics” to stop the witch hunt and look at putting their own house in order.

It’s all a far cry from the schoolgirl biologist who envisioned spending her life in a laboratory playing with bacteria.


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