Now Available for Purchase: Long-term homeoprophylaxis research publication

Long-term Homoeoprophylaxis Study in Children in North America: Part One and Part Two

Establishing Homeoprophylaxis as a Public Health Model

By:  Kate Birch, RSHom(NA) CCH; Su Sandon, RPh, RSHom(NA) CCH, HMC; Sarah Damlo, C.Hom;  and Kim Lane, MD

Order Here: $15.95 each

Copyright © 2020 ISBN: 9798666113752

Allow for 2-3 weeks delivery time.

This publication is a must-read for parents, doctors, and policy makers who are looking for a safe, efficacious, and natural way to educate their children’s immune systems towards infectious disease Homeoprophylaxis (HP), based on the same theory of vaccination, that of introducing attenuated infectious agents with the aim of stimulating immunity.

In contrast, the methodology of HP is to administer orally one disease at a time, in energetic dosing, to gradually stimulate mild immune responses which result in superior immune function. The result of HP is healthy children developing normally with healthy immune systems, pure and simple.

In this one volume, Free and Healthy Children International (FHCi) presents the philosophical underpinning of HP and homeopathy, backed by a ten-year study in children 0-10 years of age, and reflections on how to establish HP as an alternative public health model for the betterment of society. This groundbreaking research not only provides data affirming the positive benefits HP in developing children’s immune systems, it also compares long-term health outcomes of use of homeopathic nosodes in unvaccinated and previously vaccinated children. If you are looking for an immunization alternative and have decided vaccines are too toxic, and come with too many unwanted side-effects, consider HP for immunological education for your family.

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3 Responses to Now Available for Purchase: Long-term homeoprophylaxis research publication

  1. amyrozen says:

    Such important research! Thank you to all who were involved.

  2. Terry Paetzel says:

    WOW Impressive. Wish it had been around when mine could have used it. BUT…..it’s here now and we’re lucky to have it.

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