For those who want to maintain health independence or those facing a short supply of doctors, an epidemic can seem like an insurmountable challenge. How can you store up enough drugs to handle this type of crisis?
Fortunately homeopathy provides a safe and cost effective solution. In the 1800s, more than 100 homeopathic hospitals and 22 homeopathic medical schools had been opened in the United States, and homeopathy had developed an outstanding record of success, especially in treating epidemics. During the deadly Spanish flu epidemic in 1918, conventional doctors lost 28% of their flu patients to death, while the homeopathic doctors lost only 2%. In more recent times, a study in Cuba in 2008 showed that with the prophylactic use of a homeopathic nosode, only ten cases of leptospirosis were reported that year among the 2.4 million people who had been treated with the nosode. This blog reviews how homeopathy is used to treat epidemics and why their low cost and easy storage makes homeopathic remedies the perfect solution to medical challenges.