Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Homeopathy can prevent Japanese Encephalitis

A new study reported in the American Journal of Infectious Diseases, suggests that Homeopathy can prevent Japanese Encephalitis (JE). 

The virus, which causes symptoms such as headaches, a sudden high fever, neck stiffness, seizures and disorientation, is transferred to humans from pigs and wading birds, as a result of a mosquito bite.
Researchers from the Kolkata’s School of Tropical Medicine and the Central Council for Research in Homeopathy infected chick embryos with the JE virus and, through the administration of the remedy Belladonna given in different potencies, the subsequent infection was prevented. 

At present, the infection affects around 50,000 people each year and kills 10,000 in South and South East Asia. Consequently, this recent study could literally help save thousands of lives in the affected areas. It may also be key to providing an essential alternative immunisation strategy to vaccination. An increasing number of individuals are concerned about the number of vaccinations they are usually prescribed, before visiting the continent.

This article was first published by the ARH in the September 2010 issue of 'Homeopathy Healthy Medicine'

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