Thursday, April 05, 2007

Digital Homeopathy in Practice

Dr. Zubkewych is recognized as a leader in the use of digital information and homeopathy, and lectures and teaches around the world. He is also one of the foremost experts in North America in the understanding and use of Dr. Schimmel's Causal Chain.

Dr. Zubkewych talked about a very exciting subject that he has been researching - the use of digital information in homeopathic prescribing for which he credits many of the dramatic results he has with patients in his clinic in Toronto. To listen to a recording of this teleconference please click here . To download the article click here .

To summarize:

"Research by Benveniste has proved that it is now possible to record the activity of a homeopathic remedy or substance on a computer, and then replay it on a biological system that is sensitive to that same remedy or substance."

"It has been proven through research that the human ear, while operating at a frequency range of 20-20,000 hz, is a great receptor for low frequency information found in digital homeopathy."

"Because of the potential for amalgams and root canals to interfere with an oral dose of homeopathy, listening to a remedy can sometimes be more effective."

"High potency remedies have already been made illegal in countries such as Germany and France. And in those countries digital homeopathy was challenged in a court of law and won on the basis that therapeutic music such as Bach and Beethoven would also have to be made illegal."

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