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LynnLeiby 9th December 2004 04:14 PM

Genetic Disorders
 
I accidentally placed this post within the coffee shop. I didn't realize how these forums were set up. I think it would best be answered over in this forum. Here it is:

Greetings,

I was just introduced to the concept of homeopathy as a result of my son's condition. I plan to visit a trained homeopath soon but I would like to pose a general question. (get some advice for free before having to fork out money at the consultation :) ).

My son has been diagnosed (by a medical doctor, or allopath as you might call him) with a condition known as Neuro-Fibromatosis. Symptoms include autistic-like characteristics of delayed development (speech, etc.), cafe alait' spots on the skin (like benign tumors), and abnormal bone tissue in the right tibia. His tibia is bowed and it fractured just over a year ago. The fracture is a major complication as it is a non-union case. Major surgery with pin insertion and bone grafting has not helped. The orthopedic surgeon wants to go in again, this time with more bone grafting and an external fixator for an indefinite time.

The initial diagnosing doctor said this is a genetic disorder (Neuro-Fibromatosis) to which they know little about and have no known cure. Apparently a fibroma is a benign type of tumor. Adding the neuro to it indicates that these benign tumors are forming on the ends of nerves and are causing the complications in his development, speech, and apparently the development and healing of bone.

My question is this: Can homeopathy treat a genetic disorder? If in fact his condition is genetic? Is it apparent that some allopath doctors take a disease they know little about and just classify it as genetic in a way of avoiding responsibility for its cure?

I know I would not be able to get advice for homeopathic treatment just based on the little information I provided. Mainly I'm wondering if homeopathy would help such an extreme case and, specifically, with genetic disorder.

Thanks for any advice you might be able to pass on.

btw, my introduction to the world of homeopathy came as a result of a friend sending me a copy of Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy by Amy L. Lansky. I'm currently about half way through the book. Indeed mindboggling and fascinating stuff!!

Cheers,
Lynn

passkey 9th December 2004 04:33 PM

Genetics
 
Apart from ' sports injuries' homeopathy is all about genetics and hereditary conditions. Known mainly as Miasmatics.
Operations are counterproductive as the body is already doing the best it can and physical interference will lead to chronic incurable conditions .
Both in the UK and the USA there are many very good Homeopaths . Get to one as soon as possible and do not take any decision on what to do next until you have had a consultation.
As there are numerous neurofibromas it is impossible to operate on them. Do not accept further operations on the bone - get good homeopathic help.
See Recklinghausen's disease.

LynnLeiby 18th December 2004 04:47 AM

von recklinghausen's disease
 
Has anyone heard of cases where Neuro Fibromatosis or Von Recklinghausen's Disease have been treated homeopathically? I've made contact with my closest homeopath listed in the NCH directory. He's over 100 miles away. He's treated one case about 15 years ago, but the patient moved out of area and didn't follow up with him. I'm just curious if there were any success stories for people with this condition.

The homeopath recommended a dose of calcarea phosphorica for my son's immediate bone mending need. But, after his x-rays (this Monday), we're going to get together to see about working up a more comprehensive treatment for his overall condition.

I'm just curious if anyone else has heard of this condition being treated homeopathically.

passkey 21st December 2004 06:32 PM

Genetics
 
ANY problem can be treated homeopathically , but this case needs a very good and experienced homeopath. Check around.

masoor 26th December 2004 05:26 PM

Genetic Disorders
 
As for as homoeopathy,all diseases are Genetic only.Allopathic Genetic disorders are also can verywell be treated in homoeopathy.It is not one day or one months treatment.Treatment should be along with childs growth.Vaccinations and other allopathic medication are obstcle to treatment.Child has to be on homoeopathic treatment for all veriety of diseases.I have treated few genetic disorders like haemophilia,muscular dystrophy etc.Treatment is more based on family history of Diabetes,etc.Nosodes depending on family history are more indicated .
Any surgery is more of suppressive in nature .As sugested above you better consult experienced classicAL HOMOEOPATH of your area .

Ramachandra,
Hyderabad ,INDIA

Jennilee 28th December 2004 09:33 PM

Sounds interesting.

Are there any books or articles patients can refer to for more details on the successful treatment of genetic diseases? Or anything on miasmatics for the layperson?

'Fraid I'm still struggling here with PKD (now just over 3 years into my homeopathic treatment), but it would be a real inspiration to hear details of cases with other genetic diseases which have shown some improvement (or stabilisation). Any improved haemophilia, tuberous sclerosis, cystic fibrosis cases in the UK, for example?

Somewhat disappointingly, my first homeopath did once tell me that she'd consulted a former tutor regarding my case & that he'd said that, since my disease was largely genetic in origin, it would probably be very difficult to cure. He hadn't heard of ANY cured or improved cases. This does sound strange in the light of what's been said below.

But then I guess this may just prove the point regarding the importance of seeking the help of a very good, experienced, classical homeopath. Perhaps my homeopath wasn't sufficiently experienced in more complex cases. Any tips for seeking out the best homeopath - I started off by looking for qualifications and membership of a professional body but perhaps this isn't enough for cases of this nature?

One thing I can say though. Homeopathy has definitely helped me to cope with the physical effects of my disease and I would recommend it, if only for the psychological improvement.

Any cured patients out there? Please, please would you post in the cured cases section? I think there are a lot of us out here who could do with some encouragement & I'll definitely be shouting about it as soon as there's any improvement in my own genetic disease!

passkey 15th January 2005 01:37 PM

Starters
 
One of the best books for starters is "Poisons That Heal " By Dr Eileen Nauman.

Jennilee 8th March 2012 11:11 AM

Just returned to this but the recommended book seems to cover only acute cases, first aid, epidemics and the menopause. Is there anything at all which focuses on genetic conditions?

Hahnemannian444 12th April 2012 10:55 PM

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Originally Posted by LynnLeiby (Post 54255)
. . . My question is this: Can homeopathy treat a genetic disorder?

Yes. In fact, homeopathy will forever be the only means of curing all chronic diseases and psychiatric disorders because we alone apply the pharmacological means to reach those seats of disorder in the invisible levels of being, which Hahnemann and most Hahnemannians in the past called the vital force and vital principle of life but which is more scientifically called the etheric energy pattern.

That pharmacological means is called homeopathic potentization or, more properly, homeopathic dynamization. Allopaths universally claim this makes our drugs placebos, but they do so on an [i]a priori]/i] basis, meaning conclusions drawn "from general principles to particular facts. First understand that they don't have any guiding principles of medicine (not one!) and therefore don't have a leg to stand on in using that form of logic. They insist they do by applying chemical principles to living organisms, all allopathic drugs being deadly poisons because of it, and they cannot even define life and are the epitomal king without any clothes on because they make statements as presumed authorities while simultaneously constantly telling the whole world that they are absolute quacks (an ancient Greek word literally meaning "therapeutic incompetent"). God, help us! They consequently insist that all drugs must be chemical agents, whether organic or inorganic. Here, they have the definition of medicines totally wrong, and that skews all of their resultant conclusions to an unending body of half-truths and lies because they're too stupid, servile and brainwashed to realize they have to have correct definitions for anything involving medicine for any of their conclusions to be valid. No, they never realize that, either. The correct definition of medicines goes something like this: Medicines are medicinal precisely because they are capable to produce symptoms in living organisms, everything being either a food or medicine/poison. Necessarily, they also wholly fail to get the definition of remedy correct and, in fact, cannot even conceive of them. Remedies only arise -- and rather magically, too -- when a normally poisonous substance (ultramolecular compounds also being poisons by definition) produces similar symptoms to those of a patient because Nature will not allow the two to exist in the same organism. This is an indisputable fact but is only understood when you properly define diseases, which allopaths never have and never will be able to do since disease diagnoses (as opposed to remedy diagnoses) are nothing more than statistical abstractions of reality (falsehoods) that take into account only the common symptoms of patients and wholly ignore the therapeutically all-important uncommon ones. They therefore go, "Two different kinds of cancer can't exist in the same patient?" We didn't say that; they simply need new brains.

It also never seems to occur to any of them -- 10 million of the monsters worldwide -- that their inability to cure 99.99% of the deadly diseases and debilitating maladies of industrialized societies (no viral infections, chronic diseases or psychiatric disorders, the largely self-limited bacterial infections being their only semi-valid claims to cures) means they're totally unqualified to make any pronouncements about medicine. Today, medical expertise has nothing to do with therapeutic competence, and that insanity has produced the universal acceptance of doctors without cures. God, help us!

No matter what pathogen or long-term poisoning presents itself in the causal chain of events that eventuates in diseases, it is also indisputable that all chronic diseases and psychiatric maladies are actually the result of the organism doing it to itself after failures of the immune system to deal with such invaders. Allopaths actually admit this, too. They simply fail to connect the dots with those implications are. Consequently, they claim that abnormal DNA is the cause. These so-called "genetic disorders" are, like all things allopathic, extrapolations from statistics rather than being actual scientific proofs of causation. In fact, most of them are what are called "exclusion diagnoses" arrived at after they exclude every other possible disease. What morons!

Again, the identification of so-called "genetic markers" for the 5000(+) diseases allopaths cannot cure but endlessly name fail to consider another conclusion from the same evidence. Namely, their inability to properly understand the nature of existence causes them to believe abnormal pieces of DNA are the causes of these disorders rather than being the effects of the invisible energy field giving structure to the entire organism. Physicists make the very same mistakes with the fundamental forces of nature, for they wrongly believe that the still hypothetical particles called gravitons, gluons and mesons are, respectively, responsible for the gravitational force and the strong and weak nuclear forces. No, it's the cart before the horse in both cases.

Every subatomic particle is nothing more than a gigantic energy field produced by an unimaginably tiny particle. All of that forms matter. Similar realities abide in the quantum realm, with the only difference being that quantum particles instead travel in straight lines across space. For over 112 years now (the marker date being Max Planck's two papers in 1900, which formally began what he coined as "quantum mechanics" in deference to what Galileo did in partially validating Kepler's slightly flawed laws of celestial mechanics, which Newton would finally get mostly right shortly after Galileo was forced by the God-damned Pauline Church to recant after the God-damned Jesuits tortured him), theoretical physicists have repeatedly resurrected the presumably defunct Ether to make sense of quantum realities. They've all hidden this fact by using various constructs of their own creation and thus various terms for the Ether. The first was Einstein's cosmological constant, which we now know was just another name for dark energy. Next came DeBroglie, another Nobel Prize laurette, with his subquantic medium. Incidentally, that would properly be called the ultra-quantic medium because what he conceived of is not "below" but "beyond" quanta. Years passed until the next such theoretical construct came into being in the late 1960s and early '70s through tachyone physics. They asked a very good question about the speed of light: Why do photon particles collapse back into particles after understandably disintegrating into wave forms by bucking the speed barrier inherent in the physical universe? Their only conclusion was that photons on the Physical Plane are also tachyons on the Etheric Plane, and that the force they impart upon their physical elements (photons, also called light particles) cause this disintegration back into particles. If you want to hear superb sophistries, ask school scientists about this. They'll generally go, "I think you misunderstand the physics involved here." Being tired to dealing with those morons in seats of academic power, I now respond something like this, "Sure thing, Bubba, but your model of the universe doesn't work, so methinks you need a mirror or new brain." There are now over 12 of these constructs from theoretical physicists, just one of which is what Sting Theorists called quintessence ("fifth essence") to explain what's on the other side of the even horizon of black holes. Even Newton acknowledged the Ether, calling it the AEtherial Medium. School scientists just ignore that along with the embarrassing fact that Newton was recently discovered to have also been an alchemist. Oops! They have egg on their faces but actually need to be pelted with rotten tomatoes to shut the hell up. We can at least hope.

None of these theoretical physicists seem to realize that by using their various terms for the Ether, they have necessarily invoked the Etheric Plane of existence and also etheric particles and the etheric energy pattern of cogent bodies from rocks and dust to living organisms. It's as obvious as can be, but school scientists and humanists are experts at sophistry and obscuration because that's the principal thing academic demands of graduates. In effect, they say, "You will acquiesce to everything we currently believe even though we constantly change what we believe with each new discovery." Sure thing, Bubba, but you still need new brains and apparently lack mirrors.

Okay, what does this mean? Believe it or not, scientists have inadvertently proven the existence of higher planes coinciding in the very same space throughout the universe and, in effect, have also proven the existence of God. God is not a little ole purple guy up in the sky, though, and it's enough that they've accidently proven that higher planes exist. Their triune philosphical paradigm of philosophical materialism, mechanism and reductionism causes them to continue to refute this, but this cannot go on forever. We have now been in the transition stage to the Fifth Philosophy of Mankind for fully 112 years. Historically, it takes several generations to make these virtual quantum leaps in perceptions of reality. Personally, I'm sick and tired to being stuck in the tail end of the Dark Ages, but I can't get other people to think clearly and for themselves and embrace defensible personal philosophies, so I just put up with it and throw rotten tomatoes at everyone who has a big mouth and is in any position of power. They won't let us do that to the President of the United States, but he'll get his comeupance when he dies and goes to Hell along with all of the other morons in positions of power today, and all of us will be required to send them to Hell or Christ wouldn't have said, "You will be the witnesses," that being the hyper-practical meaning of it along with an hyper-idealistic meaning in common with every single utterance by the guy.

So, how long will we have to wait for these morons to get new brains or be replaced by others with brains that work? Probably until the next Great Plague, which will probably occur beginning in September 2045, assuming that that's what the next marker date in the hyper-accurate pyramid prophecies of the Great Pyramid of Giza demarks. I think that's rather likely since it's impossible to believe humanity can survive much longer accepting the existence of murderous doctors without cures and all of the other evils of our power structures, all of which Christ condemned to Hell. Historically, Great Plagues have always raised homeopathy to the very height of medicine because we alone have cured any of them. Although it's more complicated than this, allopaths and the rich destroyed American Homeopathy for profit in 1910 with the God-damned FLEXNOR REPORT (Coulter's DIVIDED LEGACY, Vol. III, 1973), so we were not at work in the so-called "Spanish flu" but were in the last actual Great Plague from 1828-33, called Asiatic cholera. That's why homeopathy experienced a meteoric rise in America after it. Mark Twain, the century's most-trusted man, was a stalwart champion of homeopathy, but everyone hides that for various reasons created by their ignorance and evilly misguided sincerity. "It would be all the better for humanity and all the worse for the little fishes if all allopathic drugs were dumped into the sea" (Twain). I think that's verbatim or very close to it.

The major implications of this future event are that masses of people suddendly given mental freedom by homeotherapeutics will cease to accept all of the other evils of our societies. Therefore, lots of changes can be expected in our societies after the next Great Plague, probably to begin in late 2045. The back of the U.S. dollar bill seems to escape the attention of everyone alive but to their great regreat since it means they'll all die premature and agonal iatrogenic deaths in allopathic hands, so there's nothing we can do about this and doesn't appear to be part of destiny, anyway, or people would have asked themselves these questions long ago.

Our ultramolecular ("beyond-molecules") drugs are not placebos! Astonishingly, every single person alive can learn this for themselves by undergoing a single high-potency self-proving of one of our drugs. Article 141 of Hahnemann's ORGANON OF MEDICINE (link: Hahnemann's Organon) well explains the benefits of these personal "tests or trials" of our drugs (prufung being German for that). Nonetheless, allopaths continue to claim that our drugs are placebos. Harvest some rotten eggs and tomatoes, folks, and tell those morons to get off of your planet by saying, "Get a new brain!" Works for me. [/b]

Quote:

Originally Posted by LynnLeiby (Post 54255)
Is it apparent that some allopath doctors take a disease they know little about and just classify it as genetic in a way of avoiding responsibility for its cure?

Something like that. It doesn't really matter why they do it, though, does it?

God bless!

homeotreat 5th May 2012 02:05 PM

Genetic Disorders
 
Homeopathy treatment is succsessful treatment for genetic disorder. like nephritic sysndrom cure by homeopathy some time its heriditery disease


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