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Evidence of homeopathy is undeniably positive and consistent. © Nancy Malik
Evidence of homeopathy is undeniably positive and consistent. © Nancy Malik
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If homeopathic medicines are employed to treat in primary healthcare, the use of antibiotics would reduce significantly and there would be little chance for them to lose their efficacy and can be saved for a bigger battle!

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‘World Health Organisation’ celebrates 7th April every year as ‘World Health Day’ to raise awareness on health, disease and cure. Let us review each of them.

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Online Event: Dr James Tyler Kent's Birthday on 31st March
Dr James Tyler Kent, MD was born on 31st March 1849 in New York. His 167th Birthday falls on 31st March 2016.

Dr. Richard cured Kent's wife by homeopathy in 1878. This altered Kent's "absurdity of homeopathy" view and he choose to be a homeopathic doctor.
On his 167th Birthday, Read/download his 9 books on Homeopathy http://wp.me/p20P7m-mb

The event "Dr James Tyler Kent's Birthday on 31st March" is listed at https://www.facebook.com/events/971857416233993/ and http://allevents.in/gurgaon/dr-james-tyler-kents-birthday-on-31st-march/971857416233993

Homeopathy for Everyone's March 2006 Poll: 
Do you think Kent was a Hahnemannian? Did he follow Hahnemann's path or created his own philosophy?
View Poll at http://hpathy.com/ezine/2006March-poll.htm 
View Poll Result at http://polls.hpathy.com/pollsarchive/?poll_page=5

The Quick Response Code Image of the event is available at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156521599240417&set=gm.972172332869168&type=3&theater . Scan the image using QR code reader in your cellphone.?

Event Details at https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/c13a2ir93uvo43nchlme27oo8og

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Epidemiological studies in homeopathy #homeopath   #herbal  

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#Poll: Should pharmaceutical drug (conventional allopathic medicine) treatments be publicly (tax payers' money) funded by the NHS UK?

The Original poll can be viewed and voted at http://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2012/06/05/poll-2/
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67%
NO-evidence is against synthetic chemica
67%
33%
YES-patient choice other than natural me
33%

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 Poll: Which system of medicine would you prefer to use?

The detailed poll with 9 choices can be viewed and voted at http://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2012/06/05/poll-2/

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Conventional
Ayurvedic
Herbal
Chinese
80%
Homeopathic
20%
Conventional
0%
Ayurvedic
0%
Herbal
0%
Chinese

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Arnica Montana is used to make both herbal and homeopathic medicine. Herbally the plant has been used as a cardiac tonic for weak and weary heart. The plant is rich in inulin which is used as a natural sweetener. Its ash is rich in manganese which is used as natural anti-oxidant. 

Generations of Swiss mountain guides chewed arnica leaves to prevent fatigue induced by climbing. At least the 16th century, people in the Alpine mountain ranges in Europe have used it to relieve muscle aches and bruises. http://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/arnica-montana/

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Arnica Montana - All you need to know

Arnica Montana is used to make both herbal and homeopathic medicine. Herbally the plant has been used as a cardiac tonic for weak and weary heart. The plant is rich in inulin which is used as a natural sweetener. Its ash is rich in manganese which is used as natural anti-oxidant. 

Generations of Swiss mountain guides chewed arnica leaves to prevent fatigue induced by climbing. At least the 16th century, people in the Alpine mountain ranges in Europe have used it to relieve muscle aches and bruises. http://drnancymalik.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/arnica-montana/
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