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Promoting Homeopathy All Malaysia Over & Virtually


 by Mohamed Hatta Abu Bakar, HMD

(The British Institute of Homoeopathy)






Homoeopathy is a system of medicine rather than a system of diagnosis. In addition, it has its own method of diagnosis. In homoeopathy, the system is based on several laws, this include ‘the law of similar,’ ‘law of the minimum dose,’ and ‘treatment of the whole person.’

  In brief, since homoeopathy seeks to find similimum in the symptoms of the patient as well as the remedy in order to provide a cure, it does not really need the knowledge of iridology to complement the therapy. However, there are areas in which iridology could be useful in confirming a chosen remedy, administering a medicine or supplying the needs of additional medicine.

  For an iridologist, when they have found abnormal marks in the irises, they will usually advice a suitable treatment to restore the correct balance. For instance, when it is obvious that there is a problem with bowel movement, an iridologist will recommend colon cleansing as part of the treatment. Since most iridologists involved in herbal therapy or have some knowledge in naturopathy, they tend to prescribed based on the knowledge they have at hand as one of the possible treatment.

   What happen if the iridologist is also a homoeopath? In this case, he or she as an iridologist and a homoeopath will surely find that the diagnostic information is beneficial  for him to prescribe a particular homoeopathic remedy for the same purpose, or a remedy as a precursor to cure.

   Here we will introduce some relevant iris signs and diagrams which relate to the body system or organs. For every signs manifested, suggested homoeopathic remedies shall be recommended.

   Since iridology tends to focus on body system and organs, most of the recommended remedies will be a drainage remedy or any remedy which have affinity to specific organ. Thus, a drainage remedy refers to a therapy which uses homoeopathic medicines that activates or opens up the body’s elimination channels and organs to enable excretion of toxins from the body.

  In drainage therapy, remedies which opens up or stimulate the drainage channel are refered to as “indirect drainage,” while those which act on the natural excretory organs are refered to as “direct drainage.” Accordingly, selected organ remedy would bring a state of normality in organic function while is similar to the disease and in harmony with the general symptoms.


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