Author: Dana Ullman

Understand the Healing Process from a Whole Systems Perspective

Homeopaths utilize practical guidelines to determine when a real healing is taking place and when the disease process is getting worse. These guidelines are called “Hering’s law of cure,” named after the father of American homeopathy, Constantine Hering, MD (1800-1880), who first made these important observations about the healing process.

The King’s Homeopath?

I believe what prevents men from accepting the homeopathic principles is ignorance, but ignorance is criminal when human lives are at stake. No honest man faced with the facts of homeopathy can refuse to accept it. He has no choice. When I had to face it, I had to become a follower. There was no… Read more »

Epidemic of Fever Phobia: The Facts on Why Fever is Your Friend

Health and medical journalists are not presently providing the public with what might be the most important health advice that they should be given during the flu season: people with the flu should avoid taking fever-reducing drugs, such as aspirin or acetaminophen (aka Tylenol), except in rare situations. It is widely recognized that fever is… Read more »

Homeopathic Medicine: Europe’s #1 Alternative For Doctors

Numerous surveys over the past 150 plus years have confirmed that people who seek homeopathic treatment tend to be considerably more educated than those who don’t (1). What is not as well known is the fact that homeopathic medicine is the leading “alternative” treatment used by physicians in Europe…and growing numbers of the citizenry. And… Read more »

How Homeopathic Medicines Work: Nanopharmacology At Its Best

It is commonly assumed that homeopathic medicines are composed of extremely small doses of medicinal substances. And yet, does anyone refer to an atomic bomb as an extremely small dose of a bomb? In actual fact, there is a power, a very real power, in having atoms smash against each other. Homeopathic medicines are made… Read more »

Homeopathy for Allergies: Nothing to sneeze at

The word “allergy” did not even exist a century ago, and yet, respiratory allergies today are the 5th leading chronic disease in the U.S. and are the 3rd most common chronic disease among children under 18 years old. [1] It has been estimated that one in seven Americans had a respiratory allergy in 1950, but… Read more »

The Wisdom of Symptoms

“Respecting the body’s intelligence” Have you ever wondered what is that stuff coming out of your nose when you have a common cold? Such nasal discharges are composed of dead viruses that were killed by the body’s defenses, dead white blood cells that were killed as a result of the infection, and a liquid substance… Read more »