Lessons From A Century After The Flu Epidemic Of 1918: How Conventional Medicine Killed Millions And How Homeopathic Medicines Saved Millions

Every fall and winter, the media begins pumping stories about why you should be afraid, even very afraid, of the flu.

Here is an article by Dana Ullman that shows historically, how homeopathy has helped during flu epidemics.

Source:Spirit of Change:  Lessons From A Century After The Flu Epidemic Of 1918: How Conventional Medicine Killed Millions And How Homeopathic Medicines Saved Millions

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About drgaryk

Dr. Gary Kracoff is a registered pharmacist with a doctorate in naturopathic medicine who provides in-depth consultative services at Johnson Compounding & Wellness. Gary’s guiding philosophy is to treat the person as a whole, not to chase symptoms. He focuses on finding the “why” to what is happening physically and mentally, and works with individuals to restore balance in the body. Gary frequently lectures at pharmacy, medical, and health-oriented conferences. He is an educator at the Academy of Integrative Medicine, conducting two-day seminars for health care professionals twice a year. Gary also serves on the faculty of the Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy.
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1 Response to Lessons From A Century After The Flu Epidemic Of 1918: How Conventional Medicine Killed Millions And How Homeopathic Medicines Saved Millions

  1. Paula Korman says:

    Hi Gary, Just read the article, I totally agree with it. Thanks for sending it to me. I hope more people will wake up and get the message… Paula

    On Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 6:52 AM Getting into balance 101 wrote:

    > drgaryk posted: ” Every fall and winter, the media begins pumping stories > about why you should be afraid, even very afraid, of the flu. Here is an > article by Dana Ullman that shows historically, how homeopathy has helped > during flu epidemics. Source:Spirit of Change: ” >

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