Traditional Chinese medicine should be equated with medicine and subjected to the same rigorous screening, British scientists believe. They described two cases where the seemingly harmless “weed” led to serious liver damage. As a result, even a transplant of a donor organ did not help one of the patients, and he died.
The attention of colleagues to the problem of uncontrolled use of Chinese herbs was drawn by specialists from the Newcastle upon Tyne Liver Research Center in an article published in the latest issue of the European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. According to one of the authors of the article, Dr. Margaret F. Bassendine, the problem is becoming more acute. Continue reading
In this article I want to talk about the possibilities of homeopathy in various conditions with which psychotherapists turn to. Is homeopathy psychotherapy? And how are homeopathy and psychotherapy combined?
I’ll immediately explain that any conversation between the doctor and the patient is already psychotherapy. Even the classics of therapy said that if the patient left the doctor without improvement, this is a bad doctor. Why? The answer is simple – in the process of meeting with any doctor, whether he is a therapist, pediatrician, gynecologist, homeopath, psychiatrist or psychotherapist, the patient talks about his illness, what worries him, about what he was sick in the past. Continue reading