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Mr. Mueller lecturing at UNC Medical School in 2001
Mr. Mueller lecturing at UNC Medical School in 2001
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Homeopathic Treatment of Brain Hemorrhage: Several Cases

By Manfred Mueller, RSHom (NA), CCH

first appeared in The American Homeopath, vol 19

Cerebrovascular injuries, whether from trauma, surgery or internal chronic conditions, are all too often the cause of permanent disability, if not fatal outcomes. It is perhaps because of the very severity and hopelessness of these cases that they constitute some of the most frustrating and at the same time most rewarding work a homeopath can engage in. In this article I hope to convey some of the triumphs, as well as difficulties, we homeopaths may encounter while working with the victims of brain injury and their families.

Case # 1: Hemiplegia after Hemorrhagic Stroke with Hematoma

Harriet called from Roanoke, VA, about six hours from Durham, NC, where I then practiced. Her older sister Eleanor, aged 70, had collapsed after she suffered a hemorrhagic stroke and, “was now in a bad way.” She was lying in the hospital bed, nearly unconscious, and tests showed she was completely paralyzed on the left side. Her breathing was noisy, with a snoring sound. Eleanor was currently on a ventilator and taking several medications. Harriet, aged 62, was a retired hospital administrator and did not trust that conventional treatment was going to do her sister much good. She reasoned, “At the very least she can use all the help she can get!”

The first few consultations were conducted with Harriet travelling six hours to Durham to speak with me in person. She would describe her sister’s appearance and observational symptoms, since Eleanor was unable to talk. She would then travel back the same day and take her the remedies, administering them herself. Read more

H1N1, Fear Mongering & Homeopathy: Safer Alternatives to the Flu Shot

By Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH

The flu propaganda machine is currently in full gear. Supposedly, the H1N1- swine flu is rearing its ugly head again. Dire consequences and even deaths are regularly reported on the nightly news. Scary enough to make you run to your local drug store and get a flu shot!

Learning From History

– H1N1 1918 Spanish Flu

The 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic was also an outbreak of the H1N1[1],[2]. During that outbreak, conventional hospitals reported around 30% fatalities[3]. We now know that most of these deaths happened because doctors prescribed, among other things, aspirin, which is contraindicated during the flu because it causes Reye’s Syndrome.[4] In contrast, in homeopathic hospitals (hospitals where only homeopathic medicines were used), 1.05% or less total fatalities were reported.[3]

The good news is, under homeopathic treatment, neither the swine flu, nor the seasonal flu are likely to be a serious threat. And, there is a homeopathic way to prevent it altogether. Read more

Swine Flu: What You Should Know

Swine Flu: What You Should Know

April 24, 2009 (first publishing)

We have received many calls about the latest swine flu scare. Our clients have had several questions. I will try to answer them below.
Before you read my answers, however, I suggest you read what Wesley Pruden, editor emeritus of The Washington Times, had to say about the latest swine flu “pandemic”: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/apr/28/a-pandemic-of-panic-are-we-dead-yet/. I will refer back to it in some of the answers below.

Q: Should I be worried about this?

A: Worry and panic during an epidemic have never benefited anyone but the stock holders of the pharmaceutical industry, and, of course, the banks that own them.
Consider the following: “LOS ANGELES, April 24 (Reuters) – The swine flu outbreak is likely to benefit one of the most prolific and successful venture capital firms in the United States: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers,” Thomson Reuters Private Equity Week reported on Friday, 4/24/09.
Shares of the two public companies in the firm’s portfolio of eight Pandemic and Bio Defense companies — BioCryst Pharmaceuticals (BCRX.O “>BCRX.O) and Novavax (NVAX.O “>NVAX.O) — jumped Friday on news that the swine flu killed a reported 60 people in Mexico City and has infected people in the United States. See also: http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/stories/2009/04/27/daily9.html
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