Alexandra Melo

Homeopathic Approach for Fever

Fever and Homeopathy

Fever, also known as pyrexia, is a condition where there is an increase in the body’s temperature, normally in response to a viral, bacterial or fungal infections or toxins, drugs reactions. The body temperature is controlled by the hypothalamus. Neurons in hypothalamus receive two types of information: one from peripheral nerves that transmit from warmth/cold receptors …

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Homeopathy Hangout with Eugénie Krüger

Using Cell lines for Homeopathic research – with Dr Alexandra Melo

When a Doctor of Microbiology decides to become a Homeopath – amazing possibilities arise. In this episode of Homeopathy Hangout, Dr Alex Melo discusses how we could use cell lines to conduct homeopathic experiments which would be accepted by the scientific community. The only thing holding us back? MONEY! My heart’s desire is that this …

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Influenza

Frequent Questions About Influenza and How Homepathy Can Help You Prevent it

Should we worry about influenza? The most frequent questions that people do are:Does influenza or the so-called viral fever (flu) need to be taken seriously? Can it be fatal? Is homeopathy treatment effective in preventing and controlling these viral onslaughts? The answer to all these questions is “yes”.  Influenza virus, in fact all virus, are …

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Homeopathic Consultation versus Conventional Medical Consultation

Homeopathic Consultation versus Conventional Medical Consultation

Many times, during my professional years I have heard, “What is a person going to get out of homeopathy other than junk science, a sugar pill and water? Why would anyone should go to a Homeopath or even want to be one?” I am fortunate enough to have worked and experienced both sides, the Conventional …

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Homeopahty

Chronic or Acute? What Type of Condition do I Have? What are the Differences?

What are Acute conditions? Acute does not mean new, although many newly diagnosed diseases present with acute symptoms. An Acute condition or disease come on quickly and is of relatively short duration – from a day or two to about two to three weeks. They can often be traced back to the causation such as …

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