Thank you for taking the time to welcome me and to view my blog. I am versed on homeopathy, as I have been researching it for 4 years. I did take a break from it temporarily, while we got our older son's health in order, since his (then chosen) constitutional, along with many other attempted remedies to reverse vaccine damage, didn't make any changes. We spent the last two years addressing dietary needs and battling with pathogens as well as heavy metal overload. We are in a place where he is now responding to his newly prescribed constitutional very well. We started with C potency to make sure his responses would be positive and have just yesterday moved him on to LM dosing. I am VERY excited about the possibilities and the few changes we have already witnessed!
I am looking forward to developing relationships and learning everything I can from them here!
Thanks a lot for ur warm wellcome !!! n also thanks for the comments!!!
Looking forward to learn many intresting n new things frm U n HWC as m jst a bignner n has started my pactice jst 2 yrs back.
Good day sir,
Thank you for showing interest in me. I am pursuing MD under guidance of Professor Dr LM Khan, he is one of the genius in Homoeopathy. After coming to Kolkata I have learned that before this I knew nothing about Homoeopathy and how much more to learn. I'll definitely convey your regerds to Professor Khan. He still resides at 5, Marquis Road Kolkata. Sorry for delay. Hope for a early reply.
It is my honor to help new BIH students of Homeopathy to find their way, and hasten their learning curve. Being a tutor has made me a better student of Homeopathy.
Since my days of growing and preparing herbal tinctures, I found Homeopathy to be a much more accurate science than Herbology.
I look forward to learning and contributing to the discussions.
Dear Dr Khan,
I feel myself lucky that god gave me a chance to be a student of Fr mullers. I was a student of 5th batch. Hospital is now at Derlakatte. It has IP and OP.The college offers now post graduate courses in organon and homoeopathic philosophy,Materia medica,pharmacy,psychiatry and peadiatrics.
I acknowledge your views on Miasms and would definitely like to discuss with you about complications of miasmatically dominant cases in patients.
I agree with your opinion about Dr. S. Banerjea, who is a genius in his field and needs no introduction. I had a great time during my further education in his classes which were extremely loaded with knowledge and information. Im proud to come from Calcutta as well where a person like him lives there and has taken the world by storm.
Nice to have you as a member of HWC.
I am not directly associated with that college, but i have many friends from that institution. They teach kent's method also since it is given in the syllabus, but for their patients, they use Boger's method. I have also seen articles written by the teachers of that college, in which most of the cases are repertorised by boger's method. As per the reports from my friends, they are getting good results.
On several occasions, i have done repertorisation of the same case using different methods like kent, boger, boericke and found that at the end getting the same group of drugs with slight difference in the marks. For the final selection of the similimum from a group of similar drugs, we also use the other information from the patients that are not taken for repertorisation (miasm, family history etc). Hence I feel that these methods are least important, at least in some cases.