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Date posted: February 11, 2012

George Vithoulkas

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, Alonissos 37005, Greece

These attacks draw support from irresponsible and unjustified claims by certain teachers of homeopathy.

Such claims in include the use of ‘dream’ and ‘imaginative’ methods for provings.

For prescribing some such teachers attempt  to  replace  the  laborious  process of matching  symptom picture and remedy with spurious theories based on ‘signatures’, sensations and other methods.

Other irresponsible claims have also been made. These ‘‘new ideas’’ risk destroying the  principles, theory, and practice of homeopathy.

Download the full article : www.similima.com/pdf/british-attack-homeopathy.pdf

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  1. Cor van der Meij, homeopath, Arnhem (Holland) says:

    Although I do not always totally agree with George Vithoulkas, the article he wrote on this subject is very well written. It hits the nail on the head. If homeopathy wants to be taken serious, it must get rid of experimental elements who ignore the basic facts of homeopathy.

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