The homeopathic remedy Fluoric acid is often called the Don Juan of our materia medica. The person needing this remedy will be indifferent to those who love and serve him and to any commitments to other people.

Fluoric acid people need their freedom to pursue the opposite sex, and they do not want to stay married. They have an inability to accept responsibility, and are justifying their actions with comments such as: "these people are standing in my way".

The Don Juan is also driven to gain money and luxurious possessions.

Other symptoms include:
- rapid speech, rapid eating
- extremely warm blooded; generally worse from heat
- coryza, copious watery discharge
- alopecia areata (falling of hair)
- painful varicose veins
- hot feet at night which must be uncovered

We can speculate to what effect the fluoridation of our water supplies will have on our health. When we look closer on this remedy picture, the thought is alarming - especially because it works deeply and affects the metabolism, the bones and the connective tissue.

Will we see more of the materialistic and domineering Don Juan's in the future? Those who are constantly preoccupied with the fulfillment of their sexual cravings?

I hope not.


I was reading in an Norwegian newspaper yesterday about a patient receiving antibiotics for 130 000 NOK's (about 21 000 dollars) in one month due to the treatment of the bacteria NDM-1. NDM-1 is said to be one of the most powerful super bug which exists, and because it is resistant to most antibiotics it is very difficult and expensive to cure.

The article reminded me of another story, about a filmmaker who treated such an infection with homeopathy. After very expensive visits to the hospital, the super bug returned in the infected area of his body - which indicated that the antibiotics had failed. Because of the lack of results of the treatment and because the treatment in the hospital became too expensive, he turned to Homeopathy.

This is the story about Marc Wishengrad, a New York City filmmaker, who had been documenting various forms of medicine around the world, turned the camera on himself when he contacted the potentially lethal "Super Bug" or MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.)

Please take the time to watch the video of Marc and his process of recovery based on homeopathic treatment.

Also please note that no homeopath will recommend only homeopathic treatment in such conditions, but we surely welcome collaboration with MD specialists on these matters, as I'm sure homeopathic medicine will speed up the healing process and lower the costs of the treatment (!)


A couple of years ago, while visiting Philadelphia, I was happy to find a hospital named after the founder of Homeopathy - namely the Hahnemann university hospital.

Today, when English homeopathic hospitals are struggling to keep "alive", due to the strong antagonistic forces of the pharmaceutical business world, I am allowing myself to dream of long forgotten times - as I'm reading the first part of chapter one of the book: An Alternative Path: "The Making and Remaking of Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital" by Naomi Rogers:

In the winter of 1848, Constantine Hering, Jacob Jeanes, and Walter Williamson met to establish a homeopathic medical scool in Philadelphia. On April 8, 1848, the state legislature in Hariisburg granted the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania an act of incorporation, and over the sumer the organizers found a building on Arch Street which had been used previously as a schoolroom and also as a Swedenborgian church and now housed a homeopathic pharmacy n its front rooms. The first lectures began in October 1848 and were attended by fifteen students, six of whom received a doctor of homeopathic medicine degree the following March. The college was financed and managed by a goup made up of faculty, other eminent homeopaths, and some business and philanthropic supporters. This goup, whose powers were formalized in 1849, was initially known as the board of managers, but he name was later changed to the board of trustees.

The first chapter is called "proudly homeopathic" - and I feel that here is the essence of our future plans for homeopathic medicine and new homeopathic hospitals. We have to BE proudly homeopathic, in all our actions.

And as we are just that, I'm looking forward to getting the chance of reading the whole story about the history of the Hahnemann university hospital - and remembering wise words from a supporter of homeopathic medicine, Thomas Jefferson:

We certainly are not to deny whatever we cannot account for. A thousand phenomena present themselves daily which we cannot explain, but where facts are suggested, bearing no analogy with the laws of nature as yet known to us, their verity needs proofs proportioned to their difficulty. A cautious mind will weigh well the opposition of the phenomenon to everything hitherto observed, the strength of the testimony by which it is supported, and the errors and misconceptions to which even our senses are liable..