Sensation in Mollusc Cases | Dr. Jonathan Hardy

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Sensation in Mollusc Cases | Dr. Jonathan Hardy

Dr Jonathan Hardy:
Jonathan Hardy is a medical homeopath. After qualifying in medicine in 1984, he trained in homeopathy. He has been a full time homeopathic doctor since 1986. His practice as a homeopathic physician is in Hampshire, England. He is a Fellow of the Faculty of Homeopathy and organizes post-graduate training in homeopathy for doctors. Jonathan is a member of the Faculty of Homeopathy’s International Teaching Group, teaching seminars in UK and internationally.

​I followed a conventional course of training at Southampton University and qualified in medicine in 1984. After working at St Mary's Hospital in Portsmouth I began training in Homeopathy.

I have been in full-time practice as a Homeopathic doctor since 1986. I am a Fellow of the Faculty of Homeopathy and serve as the Independent Practitioners' Representative on the Faculty Council.

I am the Wessex Regional Tutor for the Faculty of Homeopathy, organizing postgraduate training in Homeopathy for doctors in the region. I am asked to give seminars on various aspects of Homeopathic practice throughout the UK and Europe.

Why I became a Homeopath

When I was a medical student at Southampton University we had to conduct some original research. I chose to do a trial of the Homeopathic treatment of house dust allergy, which causes sneezing and itchy eyes. It has even been used as an excuse by teenagers for not making their beds! The trial showed a statistically significant benefit of the Homeopathic remedy compared to a placebo ( blank pills with no active ingredient). Several of the patients experienced permanent relief of their symptoms.

My supervisor, who became a well known professor of respiratory medicine, was amazed and impressed. The results were so conclusive that they were one of the reasons I chose to enter full-time Homeopathic practice shortly after qualifying in medicine in 1984. I have never regretted doing so.

My personal experience is that Homeopathy is a wonderful system of healing. One of its great advantages is that it can actually promote well-being. As well as relief of physical symptoms, patients will usually feel an increase of energy, improved mood and often say that they really feel once again like their old selves.

What is Homeopathy?

Homeopathy has been used in many countries for two hundred years. Homeopathic medicines help us to overcome disease by stimulating the body's natural healing abilities.

The Word 'Homeopathy' is formed from two Greek words and essentially means "like can cure like". As an example, a Homeopathic remedy prepared from onions is used for the well-known symptoms that onions can cause: stinging, watering eyes and sneezing. The process of preparing the plant into a Homeopathic remedy removes any toxic effects the crude substance might have.​

So there is evidence that Homeopathy works, but how?
The method of preparation of Homeopathic remedies involves a process of repeated stages of dilution with vigorous shaking of the solution at each stage of the dilution process. Evidence is growing that water is capable of storing information relating to substances with which it has previously been in contact. For example, a number of European laboratories have shown that very high dilutions of the substance called histamine can exert biologically significant effects on the white blood cells that take part in the immune response. In addition Dr. Luc Montagnier, the French virologist who won the Nobel Prize in 2013, supports Homeopathy. In an interview published in Science Magazine of December 24, 2013 Professor Montagnier said “The high dilutions used in Homeopathy are right. High dilutions of something are not nothing. They are water structures which mimic the original molecules."

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