The Homeopathic Intuitive #1- Boils, Vertigo, Nephritic Syndrome

Regard with caution: What follows is a prologue to a remedy suggestion for a nephritic syndrome case. I don’t know quite how to address this without sounding weird, but I’ll give it a try anyway. This is not to be taken as medical advice. If you have a medical problem, consult the medical profession. Be skeptical.

Please excuse its length, but I think you’ll find it interesting.

I had a difficult case once out of Pakistan where the patient had been to several homeopaths and tried a dozen different remedies for boils in his armpits and groin, to no success except suppuration, the flesh hanging down in shreds. It was a horrible mess and he had been suffering for a long time. I can’t imagine what the pain must have been like.

After having tried several remedies to no avail I simply sat down and prayed for an answer that came to me in a flash: Arnica. I looked it up and there it was: Arnica . . for crops of boils!

I instructed the patient to obtain an Arnica 10M, crush the pill between two spoons, stir into water, take a teaspoon into his mouth and spit it out.

Two days later he contacted me from Karachi on Skype, in a panic, having turned bright red. I told him to be calm, it was a sign the remedy was working.

I didn’t hear back from him for another week. When I did, he was ecstatic, he was overjoyed, he was cured. It had worked. The suppurated boils had shriveled up.

“You have done what others could not. You have healed me,” he said. I talked to him again couple months later. What he said made me slap my head: “I am taking up homeopathy as a profession.” The nature or will set you will will and will and are in a will and will not

I tried this method on other unfathomable cases and it has worked as well. In my mind I simply ask for the remedy and the answer comes immediately. Given my skeptical notions and absolute reliance on the literature I am highly suspicious of the phenomenon. I’m afraid to say I don’t trust it without researching the answer. It could be coming out of my subconscious, having prior read about the remedy and consciously forgotten it, or it could be a coincidence given the extensive indications that the remedies have within the materia medica, but I am more favorable to another explanation, the answer coming to me in the putative form of a little-known remedy.

For example, the last time I used this procedure was for a case involving vertigo. The answer came back “mustard”. I looked up the Latin for mustard, Synapis nigra, and found it as such in Clarke covering vertigo. Whether it worked or not is yet to be seen. Patient took it on the F scale, accidentally downed a whole bottle of water containing the final chord and aggravated.

I used this intuitive savant technique (IST) for the nephritic syndrome case and immediately the answer came back “marshmallow”, i.e. Althea off.

So here is the epilogue to this essay using IST on the nephritic syndrome case.

I haven’t been able to find much on Althea officianalis per se except it is indicated for bladder problems, but a little additional digging raises eyebrows. The Herb Wisdom site says

“Marshmallow works as a mucilage, producing a thick sticky substance that coats membranes. Marshmallow extract contains flavanoids, which contain anti-inflammatory properties. The flavanoids are able to reduce inflammation while the mucilage holds them in immediately place and prevents further damage. The extracts also induce phagocytosis, which is the process in which certain cells engulf bacteria, dead cell tissues or other solid particles. This helps speed up the healing process. The mucilage remains unaltered until it reaches the colon, which is why marshmallow works well on most inflammatory digestive disorders.”

What I found out next was my big wow:

Marshmallow contains Asparagine, first identified in asparagus juice. Asparagine, according to a 2011 study done at the University of Dundee, is required for normal kidney physiology and homeostasis.


“Although protein recapture and catabolism is known as a key function of kidney proximal tubular cells (PTCs), to date, no single protease has been shown to be required. Asparagine endopeptidase (AEP) is an unusually specific endosomal and lysosomal cysteine protease, expressed at high levels in the PTCs of the mammalian kidney. We report that mice lacking AEP accumulate a discrete set of proteins in their PTC endosomes and lysosomes, which indicates a defect in the normal catabolism of proteins captured from the filtrate. Moreover, the mice develop progressive kidney pathology, including hyperplasia of PTCs, interstitial fibrosis, development of glomerular cysts, and renal pelvis dilation. By 6 mo of age, the glomerular filtration rate in AEP-null mice dropped by almost a factor of 2, and the mice developed proteinuria. We also show that EGF receptor levels are significantly higher in AEP-null PTCs, which likely explains the hyperplasia, and we show that chemical inhibition of AEP activity suppresses down-regulation of the EGF receptor in vitro. Thus, AEP is required for normal protein catabolism by PTCs, and its loss induces proliferative and other abnormalities in the murine kidney, at least in part through defective regulation of the EGF receptor.”


UK gov’t condemns Prince’s homeopathy is witchcraft

Here we go again . . according to the UK certain medical doctors and members of the Royal Family are practicing witchcraft.

LONDON, JULY 21, 2013: The Daily Mail Online announced in an article today that heir apparent Prince Charles of Britain is meddling in UK government policy that tabs homeopathy as voodoo medicine. The British Medical Association, the article says, has described homeopathy  as ‘witchcraft.’ You can read the article for yourself by clicking on this link: Charles in homeopathy row; Prince holds secret meeting with Health Sec’y to lobby for treatment denounced by top doctors as ‘witchcraft.’

The article comes at just the right time to pick homeopathy up out of a slump, just when I was beginning to think they didn’t care. Homeopaths in the UK are having to widen their doors on the announcement that the heir to the throne is conspiring with the Gov’t Health Sec’y Jeremy Hunt to further homeopathics on the agenda, while the quacks working for the pharmaceutical companies are sticking their heads out of doors wondering where all their victims went.


Of course . .  as long as it works I’d take voodoo, witchcraft over their chemogogues any old day. Wouldn’t you? No, chemogogue is not a neologism, you know exactly what I’m talking about, the chemical gods of the pharmacy industrial complex. I won’t say medical because that would be a neologism for what they do.

And by the way, doesn’t the Greek root of “pharmaceutical” mean “witches brew?” Now look who’s making things up in a big bubbling pot . . they are.

They’re standing in front of the cameras whining about a tested, tried and true doctrine of curative medicine, real medicine, saying that there’s nothing in it and crying about their Head of State practicing what they want everyone else to believe is witchcraft, while behind them, the Head of Government is openly practicing medical genocide with big pills to swallow, injecting their poisons into the rumps of babies.

Ignoring patient satisfaction to clutch at some illusive concept of ‘efficacy,’ the decidedly English Advertising Standards Authority, the ASA, has now joined another pharma funded anti-homeopathy group called the  “Nightingale Collaboration” to condemn homeopathy as bunkum, saying it leads people away from real medicine while their pederast hero, head lemming James the Amazing Randi, the man who wants his ashes blown in Uri Geller’s face, leads his sick rats over Dover.

That’s a tortious interference in a business relationship. When are we going to sue them?

The Art of Medical Antipathy

Ladies and gentlemen, colleagues, family and friends, let me explain. Allow me in my own bumbling way to try to explain something here. Homeopathy, the art of medical similitude, similia similibus curentur (like cures like) as we all know, or should know (according to Hippocrates) was, is and will continue to be, a doctrine of medicine far apart from antipathy, the art of medical opposition, what blows out as allopathy (other symptoms; contraindications), that is to say, conventional medicine . . no matter how many million quid James “the Amazing” Randi throws at it in prize money to prove itself to him and his posse.

Enigmatic Supramoleculars

The difference between the two medical doctrines is an interesting and widely demonstrable point, don’t you think? Here we have one medicine that uses such enigmatic supramoleculars as medicine, applied in this exquisitely subtle practice of similitude, opposed by poisoners and ham handed butchers who simply oppose anything they can’t physically grasp in their bloody meathooks. And homeopathy doesn’t fight back, a supernatural whirlwind picks up their arrows and flings them back at them, sticking them with their own accusations.


Homeopathy is curative medicine.  The other, what they’re pushing on us now through syndical advertising, racketeering and colour of law, for the most part is expensive disease maintenance . .  hoping you won’t notice and stay away from this other little business of effective quackery.

Carry on . .


The real “problem” here is that everyone in the argument who should know what homeopathy is, either doesn’t or is pretending not to. “Well,” you may ask, “it’s one thing to be ignorant and another to be deceitful, so why would anyone pretend not to know what homeopathy is?”

Good question, I’m glad you asked. Homeopathy smells better and sells better as supernatural medicine then it does as something quite explicable.

They say, ‘oh, if you can explain the physics of the highly diluted not-one-atom-left in just plain water homeopathy, then la! we’ll have to burn all the physics books and give you the Nobel prize!’

Nobel Prize for Homeopathy

LOL! It’s already been done. That is to say they’re constantly having to burn all the physics books because the old rubbish they’ve been pushing has just been replaced by some new rubbish; and 2.) the Nobel prize was already won by a physicist for work done on homeopathy! What’s this, you say? The Nobel prize was awarded to homeopathy? Outrageous! Yes, quite inadvertently in fact, they never would have done it had they known, and he was the first one to get it, Adolph Emil von Behring won it in 1901 for his development of the diphtheria anti-toxin, which, after receiving the prize, he said was homeopathic . . as are all vaccines, most particularly the small pox vaccine! As Behring put it, what else would you call it? Check the record, you’ll see that Jenner’s discovery of the small pox vaccine in 1796 was Hahnemann’s homeopathic eureka in the same year!

Oh, God has a delightful sense of humor, I can tell you this from my meeting him in my willow one day. You wouldn’t believe some of the wisecracks he makes. Imagine the looks of horror on the faces of the cognoscente when after getting his mitts on that first check, Behring starts thanking Hahnemann and implicating Pasteur and giving all the credit to “homoeopathy,” saying, “only the road of homoeopathy led to my goal!”

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