Research: REILLY, Glasgow Homoeopathic

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Abstract

REILLY, Glasgow Homoeopathic Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland, davidreilly@compuserve.com, reviewed (8 references) recent studies showing evidence for effectiveness of homeopathic medicines.

Background

Conceptual and scientific clashes make it difficult for orthodox Western medicine to accept homeopathy. However in recent years there has been a renaissance of interest in the approach. Approximately 20% of Scottish GPs have completed basic training. Homeopathy uses microdoses of potential toxins to provoke self-regulatory responses. This hints at its clinical scope: it can help, at times resolve, conditions that are intrinsically reversible rather than mechanical problems, deficiencies, or irreversible breakdowns in the body’s functions.

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References

Reilly D. The puzzle of homeopathy. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 7 (Suppl 1): S103-9. 2001.

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