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Homeopathy

Homeopathy has a strange place in in our society. It is cherished and discarded; it is seen as empty and full of possibility. On the internet the two most disputed themes in general over the world are homeopathy and Christ. In this sense homeopathy is in good company.
Homeopathy has a lot to offer to medicine and society in general. It brings back the wonder, the wonder of life in a world where humans are seen and treated by doctors as soulless bodies, machines needing to be repaired. Homeopathy brings back the admiration for nature, for the self healing power in life. Homeopathy brings back into medicine the wonder of cure.

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Qjure - how it works

Qjure.com is a website, an encyclopedia for homeopathy. Qjure is open for everyone. It can be used by patients to look up the remedies prescribed for them. In the search field one can put the name of a remedy and Qjure will show a list of remedies. Or one can search for a symptom and a list of entries are shown containing the searched word. One can click on one item in the list and the full text shown under the menu Remedies. For instance one can search for obesity and a list of remedies with texts is shown. One can click for instance on “Alonsoa meridionalis” and then that remedy is shown.

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Editorial

Dear member of Qjure In 2012 the NHMRC, the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, produced a report on homeopathy, but is was never published. A new research group was formed by the NHMRC and they produced a second report, which was published in...

Politics

Marginalising homœopathy: an Australian case study Published earlier in: Prometheus, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1080/08109028.2018.1472361 Joanne Greenland Humanities and social Inquiry, university of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia Abstract Homœopathy, once an...

Piper auritum

Piper auritum Woman, 60, nervous. She feels not good in herself, lacks ground under her feet. She can feel helpless as a small child, not grown up and not well-nourished and protected. She does not take herself seriously. People in her environment take that over from...