Dr G K Gyan
Simple Homeopathic Physician from India

By: Gyan | December 23, 2015

What is nature's law of cure?
Before coming directly to the point, let's take a brief tour of the history.
When Master Hahnemann left his Allopathic practice, after being completely dissatisfied by it, he began translating medical scriptures, for his butter and bread.
In 1790, when Hahnemann was engaged in translating Cullen's Materia Medica from English to German, he
became dissatisfied by the remark of the author that, cinchona bark cures malaria due to its bitter taste. He thought that several other substances also have bitter taste and every bitter thing can't have the same effect. His logical and scientific mind couldn't accept it.

For the purpose of verification, Hahnemann himself ingested 4 drams of cinchona juice twice daily for few a da...

Category: Cure 

Tags: Cure, Nature, Law 

By: Gyan | November 29, 2015


"The safest may become the most dangerous"

Homoeopathic dynamic remedies are the safest remedies, if used properly, but most dangerous, if repeated frequently, in high potencies.

Remember, the "law of minimum" must be followed.

Even 30c is a very high potency. 6c is also very powerful. One dose of 6c brings miracles, if selected Homeopathically.

It means, highest potencies, repeating frequently, can't be justified, as proper use.

Category: Law 

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By: Gyan | November 29, 2015

Herring's 3 laws of model cure..

1. Shifting of the disease must be upwards to downwards.
(from more vital organ to less vital organ)

2. Shifting of the disease must be inwards to outwards.

3. Shifting of the disease must be in the reverse direction of the chronological order of appearance.
(Newer earlier, older later)

Now you can check, your case is tending to model cure, or not.

Category: Law 

Tags: Cure, Disease, Law