The immense production of books and studies published in scientific journals looking for various protocols or repertory paradigm shifts (Sankaran 2011 and Sholten )2-3, to refine the constitutional diagnosis, is perhaps a marker of this same homeopathic concern: drug therapeutic failure .
This article is a summary of some measures and countermeasures aimed at preventing errors in homeopathic medical care, leading to treatment abandonment.
Already tested in the last 12 years, these measures and countermeasures contribute to significantly increase the control of the results of prescriptions and increase the therapeutic effectiveness. The Protocol can also be used in allopathy.
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Publicado em 02 07 2021 na Revista Homeopatia Brasileira on line . Vol. 17, No 1 (2021) .
Acesso em 03 07 2021
The rate of abandonment of treatment refers to the perception of the efficacy of homeopathy. The perception of the population, the patients who are indicated by others and even the reports of successful cases in the literature confirm the good performance of homeopathy. There is an interesting work on the dropout of treatment in allopathy and homeopathy1 that confirms the perception of the population that the performance of homeopathy seems to be much better than that of allopathy. Our dropout rate in routine medical practice, as this article intends to show, presents small important problems for homeopathy. Some studies mention an allopathy dropout rate of 65 to 85%, much higher than those of homeopathic treatments (26%) do and both lower than placebo treatment (100%) 1. We would have some reservations about zero percent of the secondary effects on homeopathy and one hundred percent of abandonment…Video that explains the spacing worksheet dynamically and is forwarded to patients to facilitate the understanding of it: https://youtu.be/rIScGpaOARY . (It is in Portuguese).
In the case of severe degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, most studies show a control of the disease not exceeding 40%. How we achieved 91 %[( CI 95percentage) (60%–98%)] 85% [(CI 95%) (53%–96%)] 8 control with organotherapic treatment associated with the constitutional, in more than 300 parkinsonians in the last 12 years, we can see that, after reaching the possible limit of allopathic control for Parkinson’s, the additional improvements are due to homeopathic treatment (being guaranteed the control of the 47 confounding variables of the protocol).
The capacity for final allopathic improvement is seen in the ten days of adjustment of scores from zero to four in the evolutionary form, obtained before the first homeopathic prescription (one of the 17 measurements of the physician).
After several successive increases in homeopathic potencies, with successive improvements in the mean smites of the disease symptoms, they can suddenly begin to worsen. It is at this time that the spreadsheet technique can find out whether the problem lies in the excess of allopathic or homeopathic potency for that disease, (in our example, Parkinson’s disease). The spacing worksheet controls, therefore, one of the 17 measures and countermeasures (of the physician) of the care protocol4. We have already mentioned that there are 30 other measures and countermeasures of the protocol for patients and family members4 .
The answer is a paradox. The patient may be starting to worsen the average scores of zero to four of the symptoms, because it began to improve with the increase in homeopathic potency of the last dose, in addition to the 30-40% of average improvements of allopathic Parkinson’s medications (e.g.). Homeopathic improvement produces the situation of “relative excess dose of allopathic,” which the disease no longer needs functionally, because it has the coverage of the not only functional but energetic effect of the homeopathic medicine. It is as if the average lives of allopathic medicines simulate an increase in the duration of the medicine, by the improvement produced by the functional and energetic increase, of the last potency of the homeopathic medicine.
This same situation, but causing worsening and not improving, can occur for another reason: when intense symptoms require a spacing or shortening of allopathic doses, which are not obeyed by the patient. That is, the disease is better with for example 10 hrs. of the average life of the allopathic drug, but the patient takes the dose in a shorter time, e.g.com. 8 hours apart and the doses overlap in this interval causing an excess dose, which produces a “pathogenesis” of the allopathic drug, increasing the number of hours of intense symptoms in the 12 hours of the waking day. This then causes a primary worsening, by unnecessary increase of allopathic doses. The opposite occurs on the other hand, when the average life of the allopathic drug would end earlier, but is “extended” by the action of the homeopathic drug, improving not only the number of hours in 12 hrs. But also contributing to the withdrawal of the allopathic medicinal product after 12 hours of spacing of the last dose. At the last time of the day, the last time of the shots is indicated, which decreases the last tablet of the day. The patient then improves with the increase of homeopathic potencies and the gradual withdrawal of the daytime schedules of allopathic doses.
In both situations, the spreadsheet shows that the patient no longer needs the same initial amount of allopathic, because the improvement replaced him adequately with homeopathic.
When the patient makes the spreadsheet correctly and the homeopathic potencies are increased successively, at a given time, the intense symptoms no longer exist. We move to an adjustment phase, in which what begins to guide the take times becomes the appearance of moderate symptoms and after missing, the mild ones. The permanence of one of the three types of symptoms, at the same time gives another important information: indicate that there is still a need for repetition (existence of only mild symptoms) or increase in homeopathic potencies (existence of moderate or intense symptoms).
Waiting for the prescribed allopathic medicines to be taken for the symptoms of each disease, to take them only at times of day, when intense symptoms appear, is equivalent to staying more and more without the drug during the waking 12 hours during the day, as homeopathic improvements increase. This method proved to be more effective than breaking tablets or decreasing drops. The taking of all medicines together, for each disease or organ affected, should be made at the same time. (There are exceptions for slow-release medications.) What we observed is that patients who are over-allopathic due to homeopathic improvements naturally space the taking of all medications until a last agreed time, at 19 or 21 hours. The time of day, which continuously spaced, reaches this last time, is expelled from the daily takes and so on, until the gradual expulsion of all other schedules of allopathic tablets (drops or adhesives), by the optimal dosage of homeopathic potency.
This spacing of daily doses required by intense symptoms allows the adjustment of doses of any allopathic medication in relation to those prescribed by another specialist, for another group of symptoms of the patient. Although prepared in different ways, allopathic and homeopathic medicines act on the same symptoms of the organs for which they are intended. Several allopathic medications have primary or side effects on common symptoms. In addition, the specialist who does not know if the side effect is from the drug he prescribed, is treating symptoms produced by medications that he didn’t prescribe and that won’t be sensitive to dose changes, the medication he can control. If you do not adjust the doses of both by this method of spacing or any other, you will be prescribing to worsen the patient, as occurs very often, both with allopathic and with homeopaths.
With the control of the isolated effect of each group of allopathic medication and its homeopathic similar for the same purpose and using the spacing worksheet, we can gradually go:
1- Spacing allopathic times until the removal of the first time of the day, when it reaches 12 hours of spacing.
2-Identify the moment when the patient no longer needs allopathic medications
Three-Identify the time when the patient will no longer need increases in homeopathic potencies.
With the control of primary and secondary worsening that occur due to excess allopathic doses/homeopathic potencies, we will have applied one of the 17 countermeasures to prevent and treat worsening, which cause homeopathic treatment abandonments.
This spreadsheet will serve for specialists to do the same and thus know the real effect of their prescriptions, when associated with homeopathic treatment.
If they do not value the effects of homeopathy on their homeopatized patients they will always be prescribing in order to produce more side effects than improvements of the original symptoms. In other words, they will be shooting at what they are coming from and missing what they do not.
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