Why Immunological Principle Is Necessary To Enrich Homeopathic Principle and Vice Versa.

The purpose of these article is to make the homeopathic community aware about the concept of homeopathic cure in the light of immunology, which was initiated by Dr. O A Julian of France, who died in 1984. After his demise, nobody came forward to take the initiative of explaining homeopathic cure in the light of “Dynamized Micro-immunotherapy” or modern immunology.

I believe, this scientific explanation of the principle of homeopathy postulated by the dictum “Similia Similibus Curantur” will help the followers of modern medicine to realize the concept of homeopathy for which they are trying to reach the goal of stimulating the immune system to destroy the living and non-living toxins by the help of cytokines called interferons and interleukins.

It is a matter of great tragedy that, the scientists of modern medicine could not accept the approach of oral application as they did in case of polio vaccine to avoid the harmful effect of injectable form of polio vaccine, which caused serious paralytic effect for millions of children worldwide.

I believe, my effort to create awareness among the followers of conventional medicine regarding the oral application of diluted natural toxins by the system of selection by symptom analogy adopted in homeopathy, will help their conscience to be aroused to understand the detrimental effect of using cytokines in massive doses by the parenteral  or injectable route.

This minor change of their decision will help save billions of people from the destructive effect of using the alternative approach of using immuno-suppressive drugs instead of immunomodulation or

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