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Homeopathy for Influenza (aude sapere Book 1) by [Sorrell BA (Hons) DSH, Ann]
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Ann Sorrell BA (Hons), DSH is a qualified classical homeopath and writer who has had over twenty-five years' experience practicing homeopathy around the world. She is currently studying with Prof. George Vithoulkas.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 321 KB
  • Print Length: 76 pages
  • Publisher: Ann Sorrell; 1 edition (19 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004VA3VN8
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8e6220c0) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e258900) out of 5 stars Interesting little book. 17 Jan. 2015
By Richard Dana - Published on Amazon.com
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Sorrel has written an interesting and useful treatise on influenza. It is short, and fairly concise, well written, and reasonably authoritative. I have studied homeopathy for a few years. I was initially introduced to the field by a board certified Neurologist, frankly, one of the most brilliant physicians I have ever met. I myself have over 10 years of education in medical and healthcare related fields, and started studying it in earnest when I was diagnosed with a rare variant of Guillian -Barre, and was told by another board certified, Princeton trained Neurologist that I had 3 months to live. I visited a friend, who was a homeopath ( he originally worked as a director of multiple divisions of a huge well known technical organization). In 3 weeks, I was walking without a cane, in 5 I was walking around the block. Maybe psychosomatic? Placebo? I don't care. I am better.
I say this because, perhaps looking at homeopathy with a careful eye is especially wise. Being careful with every form of medical care is wise. But my flu shot 6 weeks ago was ineffective- just saw my doctor who tells me I have the flu ( thus- why I ordered this book). He said that the current flu shots are only 50% effective against the current strain of flu- he is a board certified Internal Mecicine physician. So, having a small booklet around to give me treatment ideas is good. Will I trust it with my life- heck no!! But I will take what ideas I can get from others, and gladly. Flu is or can be very dangerous- but if you look at the history books, the great flu epidemic in the early 20th century showed tremendous treatment success through the practice of homeopathy. Ann's book is a great initial look at the practice of homeopathy, as applied to influenza.
5 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e58b684) out of 5 stars Simply the best! 8 Jun. 2012
By Kaviraj - Published on Amazon.com
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This little book is a gem. Simply the best!
In easy to understand language everything is explained clearly. A must-have for all those troubles of the flue season. First a clear explanation of homoeopathy is given, followed by advise about the different remedies that are available, among which one is the remedy that suits your case.
The section on availability of the remedies is especially helpful for those that travel a lot and the bibliography gives access for those that want to know more.
Highly recommended.

And for the naysayers and that silly placebo bull, this can also be done in potencies below 10:23, because it is about the law of similars. The remedy must fit your symptoms, otherwise it does not work, as the useless "overdose" proves. Homoeopathy is here to stay!
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HASH(0x8e6c42b8) out of 5 stars Potentially dangerous 28 May 2012
By Guy Chapman - Published on Amazon.com
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I know that we are conditioned these days to regard flu as a minor ailment, and therefore a suitable case for treatment with a placebo such as homeopathy if people don't want to take an effective medicine, but the 1918 Spanish flu outbreak was responsible for more deaths than World War I: flu can be dangerous, so relying on placebo is a bad idea. If you are at risk you should get a flu shot, if you have flu you should take proven medication. Homeopathy, a form of quackery which repudiates the germ theory of disease and which is contradicted by virtually everything we know about the nature of matter, has no place in the management of a disease whose known and documented cause it denies.

I suggest that those who are in doubt read the excellent Trick or Treatment: The Undeniable Facts about Alternative Medicine instead.
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