Creating Waves of Awareness
Allopathy has limited treatment options for life-limiting eczema, while homeopathy uses an individualized approach with potentially hundreds of remedies to target this disease
Atopic dermatitis, a common problem, is often an inherited autosomal trait, often in association with other related atopic diseases such as asthma and hayfever.
My initial experience in different types of eczema was really bad. I had to refer many cases to dermatologists and fellow homeopaths. Finally, I developed an aversion to take skin lesions. After practicing for a few more years, I got some points to be considered while treating eruptive diseases. Now, I get excellent results!
And the last comment: Australian incident was actually a foul play by an allopathic pediatrician. The child was actually under his treatment (through internet). But he washed his hand before the honorable court. The homeopath (father of that child) was the classmate of my intimate friend. Hence, we know the truth. Such incidences are rare in homeopathy, but very common among the allopathic patients, but NEVER appear on the newspapers. The negative propaganda on this case was nothing but a part of sensational journalism. The skeptics took the benefits, and the silence from the homeopaths made the situation worse!
Very well explained Dr. Rafeeque. I think most of us, during our early practice of homoeopathy have had difficulty in treating eczemas, but patience and experience together with co-operation from patients makes cure ease.
Chandran sir, you have truly said that,"Eczema and atopic dermatitis belong to that class of diseases. These diseases can be cured only through a scientific anti-miasmatic therapeutic approach."
We surely get immense help when we read the pathogenesis of these eczemas and their development from a small itch to full blown infected eczema to its spread via antibody mediated response to heart, kidneys, connective tissues in general, as rightly pointed out by Dr. Rafeeque.
We need to be updated on the scientific developments pathology and biochemistry.