Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Banning Homoeopathy

There is a jealousy wave on to ban a system, which works, but which we cannot appreciate with our methods of science, evidence based medicine.

I am one who can vouch for it, agreed there are no methods to explain, but neither can many things in nature.

The NHS spends 10 million of its budget of 80 billion pounds on homoeopathy, a small fraction, but if it is only to save money,( they need to cut 20 billion) let them avoid it, and spend on costly allopathic formulations to help big pharma.

I can offer other reasons to ban Homoepathy.

It helps the body to heal by itself,and has earned a name of placebo,

It touches the patients heart and body,

Offers better relationship with the patient,

It works where other systems have given up

It works even below avagadros number where at least one molecule must be present to say, an element.

In short at times it is a miracle so it must be banned to those who don’t want it, and find it a competition.

My arguments are endless, but my reasoning is clear to those who can read between the lines.

1 comment:

Yoda said...

If that day ever comes, I hope I'm not around to see it.