Dr. Malerba: A Practical Alternative to Measles Hysteria

Screen Shot 2014-10-10 at 11.46.20 AMThere is also Homeoprophylaxis (HP) as a way to educate your immune system on the infectious disease  BEFORE you get exposed to those infected. To find out more about the HP Program, go here: Here is Dr. Malerba’s take on the measles “outbreak.” “With all the uproar over a recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. it is important to know that there is effective treatment for this illness. What was once considered a routine childhood condition not that long ago has morphed into a deadly microbial specter in the minds of the general public. Regardless of the hype, there is treatment available to those willing to keep an open mind.

This overblown reaction to the threat of measles has been made possible by the convergence of three primary factors:

1. The Age of Terror that we now live in.

2. A morally bankrupt attention seeking media that fails to investigate and report the true facts.

3. Medical Big Brother, which has no compunction about taking advantage of factors 1 and 2 to further its corporate agenda.

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What is Homeopathy?

 

aconitum_napellus_flowerHere’s a definition from the The National Center for Homeopathy:

Homeopathy is a system of medicine that is based on the Law of Similars. The truth of this law has been verified experimentally and clinically for the last 200 years.Let’s look at an example: If your child accidentally ingests certain poisons, you may be advised to administer Syrup of Ipecac to induce vomiting. Ipecac is derived from the root of a South American plant called Ipecacuanha. The name, in the native language, means “the plant by the road which makes you throw up.” Eating the plant causes vomiting.

When a group of healthy volunteers took this substance to determine the effects of this drug, they found that the drug induced other symptoms as well. The mouth retained much saliva. The tongue was very clean. There was a cough so severe that it led to gagging and vomiting. There was incessant nausea. While it is expected that vomiting would usually relieve the nausea, this was not the case.

Such an experiment, using healthy volunteers, is called a proving, and it is the homeopath’s source of information about the action of a drug. Continue reading