Monday, August 09, 2010
The following story relates the astonishing results that Cuban doctors achieved using a homeopathic preparation to combat an annual epidemic of Leptospirosis. This disease, carried by infected animals (typically rats and opossums), can cause flu-like illness in its first stage. After rallying one will develop a stiff neck and nerve inflammations of the eye, spinal cord or brain. Internal organs can be seriously affected and death can ensue.
Without sufficient medical resources to combat the expected outbreak, the doctors turned to a complementary system of health-care, homeopathy. The results were astonishing. If these results can be confirmed, this will be a signal indication of the safety and efficacy of this type of medicine.
Homeopathy Associated With Dramatic Reduction In Leptospirosis Infection In Cuban Population
A report of the largest study of homeopathy ever undertaken, based on
data from over 11 million people (the entire population of Cuba), is
published in the journal Homeopathy.1 It provides fascinating evidence
that a highly dilute substance, prepared according to homeopathic
principles, may contribute to the prevention of Leptospirosis.
Leptospirosis (also known as Weil's Disease) is an infectious disease
carried by rats and caused by bacteria called spirochetes. People
contract the disease through contact with contaminated water.
Leptospirosis occurs worldwide, but it is most common in the tropics
during periods of heavy rain.
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