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Fascinating fungi - Spectrum of Homeopathy 02/2015


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Fascinating fungi - Spectrum of Homeopathy 02/2015

Fungi are overwhelmingly hidden – under the earth or inside other organisms. With their caps, tubes, and bulbs, they show us at the most their organs of reproduction. In homeopathy too, there are only a few visible representatives of this natural kingdom. Situated somewhere between plants and animals, the fungi are difficult to classify. Yet their effect on people is very interesting, whether as gut symbiont or agent of disease, as intoxicant or drug, as food or poison. This spectrum of action promises a wide range of homeopathic applications, which have so far been greatly underutilized. With new remedy provings, miasmatic connections and interesting case histories, our group of international authors will describe the magical kingdom of Agaricus, Bovista and Secale in homeopathic terms – from simple yeasts and lichen to the massive organisms of the higher fungi. The articles as a whole illustrate this complex natural kingdom. With this issue SPECTRUM presents a further, especially fascinating chapter of its modern, living materia medica.



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Anton Kramer, Frans Kusse, Gio Meijer, Marguerite Pelt, Wim Roukema, Enna Stallinga, Rienk Stuut: Search for the core
The kingdom of the fungi – group analysis with differential diagnosis and two cases


Jan Scholten: At the end
Fungi in the periodic table and plant theory


Jörg Wichmann, Angelika Bolte, Ruth Wittassek: Beings of the intermediate realm
An overview of the Fungi with example cases using the sensation method


Willibald Neuhold: Barrenness and abundance
Sticta pulmonaria and other lichens – a symbiosis of fungi and algae


Felix Morgenthaler: Expansion in time and space
Bovista – a comprehensive psychosomatic case history


Mike Keszler: Out of control
Agaricus muscarius for multiple sclerosis


Andreas Holling: I'm losing my hair!
Secale cornutum and a case of alopecia


Misha Norland: Disintegration and fusion
LSD – bizarre self-awareness with a high potency


Sigrid Lindemann: Lucid in the sky
LSD – a case of an isopathic constitutional remedy


Annette Sneevliet: My brain is falling apart
Psilocybe caerulescens and a case of burnout


Anneliese Barthels: The Unvarnished, unlimited truth
Piptoporus betulinus – a Fungi proving with case history


Bob Blair: Self-estrangement
Cryptococcus neoformans – synopsis of a remedy proving


Marco Riefer: Chaos, bustle, anger in the belly
Candida albicans – twenty years of homeopathic experience


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Fergus

1 years ago
Spectrum of Homeopathy
I'm not sure about the E-book format. I think I would prefer the hard copy. read more ...
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Irina Firuti

1 years ago
Interesting but incomplete
Interesting articles but the issue should have been called "Sexual hormones" because of the whole endocrinology this is what it reffers to. And only the female part: fertility and other gynecological disorders. Where is the thyroid pathology, so widely spread? Where the so frequently encountered hyperprolactinemia?Where are some rare conditions as Addison's, growth hormones disturbances, the stress hormones, the overuse of cortisone etc? Does Homeopathy have a solution to them? Where's the organotherapy? read more ...
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Tim Shannon

3 yearss ago
Good overview
This a good overview of Rheumatism. Would LOVE to see something on rheumatism that is more compelling from a medical standpoint. For example, it'd be great to see case reports that include blood markers, pictures, etc. The reason for me, is it's often hard with RA cases to determine just how deep the pathology is - labs often help illuminate the level of disease. Hopefully one day, we'll see more well documented cases. read more ...
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