Thursday, 22 March 2012



It seems amazing to us, how Natural Remedies are being attacked by people claiming that these remedies are not effective and are dangerous. They claim that allopathic drugs are the only proper medicines as they have been tested and are totally safe. Homeopathy has been used for more than 200 years with great results for millions of people. We have used it rather than drugs for many years and many Veterinary Surgeons use Homeopathy for the animals in their care.

Veterinary clinical outcomes survey

In October 2010 the Faculty of homeopathy’s data collection study in cats and dogs was published.

In the largest study of its type ever conducted, the clinical outcomes survey has identified a number of clinical conditions in cats and dogs that may be promising targets for future research in veterinary homeopathy. Twenty-one homeopathic veterinary surgeons in the UK recorded data from their patients over a 12-month period and collected information from a total of 400 cats and 1500 dogs.

The most frequently treated feline conditions were dermatitis, renal failure, over-grooming, arthritis and hyperthyroidism. The most commonly recorded canine conditions were dermatitis, arthritis, pyoderma (a bacterial infection of the skin), colitis and fear. By owners’ assessments, a moderate or major improvement was reported overall for 63% of cats and for 68% of dogs1.

A double blind study on Cows with Mastitis showed very favourable results.

If it were merely a placebo as the ‘experts’ are claiming, why does it work on animals? If drug medicine is the so called cure of everything like these ‘experts’ claim


Antibiotics will soon become so ineffective that a sore throat or grazed knee could kill, according to a warning from the World Health Organisation.

The world is approaching a post-antibiotic era, which could bring about "the end of modern medicine as we know it", according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Dr Margaret Chan, director general of the World Health Organisation, is warning humans are developing such resistance to the drugs that common complaints like a sore throat or grazed knee could become potentially fatal.

She said routine operations might become too dangerous, with every antibiotic ever developed "at risk of becoming useless".

The threat was "global, extremely serious, and growing", Dr Chan said.

"A post-antibiotic era means, in effect, an end to modern medicine as we know it," she told a conference of infectious disease experts in Copenhagen.

"Things as common as strep throat or a child's scratched knee could once again kill.

"Some sophisticated interventions, like hip replacements, organ transplants, cancer chemotherapy, and care of pre-term infants, would become far more difficult or even too dangerous to undertake.

"At a time of multiple calamities in the world, we cannot allow the loss of essential antimicrobials, essential cures for many millions of people, to become the next global crisis."

Replacement treatments, she cautioned, would be more costly, more toxic and might require treatment in intensive care units.

Life-saving drugs to treat tuberculosis, malaria and HIV/Aids could also be affected.

Dr Chan said: "Among the world's 12 million cases of tuberculosis in 2010, WHO estimates that 650,000 involved multidrug-resistant TB strains.

"Treatment of MDR-TB is extremely complicated, typically requiring two years of medication with toxic and expensive medicines, some of which are in constant short supply.

"Even with the best of care, only slightly more than 50% of these patients will be cured."

She criticised the "gross misuse" of antibiotics both in humans and livestock.

She said doctors prescribing the drugs too frequently and for too long, and the greater quantities of antibiotics used in healthy animals worldwide than in unhealthy humans, was a cause for great concern.

The pipeline, in terms of developing new antibiotics, is "virtually dry", Dr Chan warned.

"The cupboard is nearly bare. Prospects for turning this situation around look dim."

But, despite the global warnings, demand for antibiotics from patients has not diminished.

A north London GP, Dr David Lloyd, told Sky News: "A lot of our patients, because of the pressures they are under in their everyday lives, feel that they need everything they can to get better as quickly as possible.

"Their employers are yelling at them to come back to work, they're feeling terrible. They want to get better as quickly as they can, and so, naturally, they think that antibiotics are going to help them get better.

"But we know that most minor infections are what we call "self-limiting" and don't get better with antibiotics."


So with this is mind we are even more puzzled at the downright lies and deceit being put out by the ‘experts’.

These are the same people who tell us that there is NO GOD and that we have all evolved from lower life forms. These people ignore ALL of the thousands of people’s anecdotal evidence, because they only accept ‘proof’ measured by their standards.

Drugs kill 1000’s upon 1000’s of people in hospitals every year and the statistics prove it.

The Bible tells us that the whole World is controlled by the ‘evil one’ Satan and he is blinding people’s minds to things that will help others. Anything good is now being attacked by the people at the top, as they do not really care about anyone except their own agenda’s

However we still need to bless these people and pray for their salvation

Be blessed


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