Mar 18, 2009
Debby Bruck Profile
I believe water is a healthful life saving part of nature. It rejuvenates the body and the soul. (Apr 16, 2010 | post #14)
Dear C Redd, Thank you for your knowledgeable retorts, clearly stated logical responses, fact-based information about where people can purchase all kinds of OTC drugs that have under gone the required scientific testing for safety and effectiveness and the outcomes when these products are used. I applaud your research. It only seems a waste of time to continually have to respond to repetitive biased comments that come from a small number of vocal people representing an opposition point of view. I suppose you write responses as a counter-balance for anyone new to this site. Bless you Debby (Apr 16, 2010 | post #152)
I believe humans live on planet earth where water is a requirement for survival. (Apr 8, 2010 | post #12)
What is it when a patient goes for a "second opinion" on a treatment option or plan? (Apr 6, 2010 | post #8)
Can there be life without water? (Apr 6, 2010 | post #10)
Can there be life without water? (Apr 3, 2010 | post #6)
It is a sad shame that people make remarks about another person's life without knowing one iota of fact. Thus, it can be dismissed outright without any attachment of feeling. Thank you. (Apr 3, 2010 | post #23)
I don't know the author of this article. Whoever it is did an excellent job of presenting the material on prostate health and disorders, plus his own opinions, making sure people keep in good communications with their physician, and finding a professional to give advise about the other options for prostate health. Debby http://homeopathyw orldcommunity.com (Apr 3, 2010 | post #1)
I wonder how one distinguishes what is "impressive " or not impressive. This is totally a judgment call of a simple name. Homeopaths use the designated Latin terms as common names, just as we call calendula the remedy for skin healing, which derives from the marigold plant. [European marigold was calendula which derives from the Latin word calendae] Using a particular nomenclature is not "impressive " unless someone personally feels easily 'impressed". So, that's pretty cool that you are impressed by the homeopathic names of remedies. I will keep that in mind. (Apr 1, 2010 | post #4)
C Redd. I am in agreement with your position and advice. I believe that if anyone is a true "scientist " then they will investigate fully an area that poses many questions. A true scientist will take it upon themselves to search out the truth as to how and why others believe a particular position by "testing " and "observation ". Those who sit on the sidelines making wise-cracks have not truly observed professional homeopaths in the many settings where they care for patients with all kinds of acute and chronic conditions. They do not have the patience to watch over a series of weeks and months the transformations that take place as the human body heals. They are not truly "listening " to the voice of those who say they have had a positive experience with homeopathy. For, if they truly were a scientist, they would have to admit that there are 'percentages' of people who prefer one type of treatment over another. That people should have the freedom to choose their method of care and let those people live in peace. I appreciate all your supportive comments. Debby http://homeopathyw orldcommunity.com (Apr 1, 2010 | post #15)
The only ones who "prey" on the desperate are those who threaten and insight fear. Homeopaths do no such thing. Homeopaths listen to the patient with the intent of letting the person be heard fully and completely. They entrust in each person that there is a vital force and immune system which helps care for the body. Debby http://homeopathyw orldcommunity.com (Mar 28, 2010 | post #6)
For those who are interested the ingredients: Kali mur (6X) is an effective remedy and biochemic tissue salt that is best suited for coughing that is acute, spasmodic and harsh. It is also used to address thick, tenacious mucus. Kali sulph (6X) is a biochemic tissue salt that is very useful in helping to clear congestion in the throat. It is also well known for its cleansing properties. Kali bich (6C) is usually used homeopathically for complaints affecting the mucus membranes, especially in the nose and throat. Citricidal Extract (inactive ingredient) This is called a 'combination' remedy and is meant for those who are unsure which one will be the best selection to address the specific symptoms. In addition, these three are all in the same mineral family and have very similar interactions dealing with congestion. They are used for unblocking passage ways and are fitting for upper respiratory ailments. I am unfamiliar with the additional ingredient of citricidal, which sounds like citronella used to keep bugs away. It is always best to contact a professional homeopath if these general types of remedies do not alleviate your problems. Debby http://homeopathyw orldcommunity.com (Mar 28, 2010 | post #1)
Excellent article. I hope everyone takes a look. We need to learn how other countries are handling health care and improving overall health with homeopathy. (Feb 11, 2010 | post #1)
#Homeopathy cannot be used as a method of suicide or drug overdose http://j.mp/6Y70xZ Homeopathy is a safe, effective, individualized energy medicine. If the resonance is not matching there is no effect. Any effect would be healing and not detrimental. In homeopathic terms taking a whole bottle would constitute taking One Dose of the remedy. The time sequence is also important in taking homeopathic remedies. If she continually took a whole bottle for days and days then their might be a proving response. http://homeopathyw orldcommunity.com (Jan 18, 2010 | post #1)
It is a marvel that Dana was able to tabulate all these famous people who have found Homeopathy useful for healing. Celebrities are under great pressure to perform with skill and accuracy. These singers, instrumentalists and artist have reached to apex of accomplishment. Homeopathy supports their ability to perform and withstand many pressures. (Jan 4, 2010 | post #1)
Q & A with Debby Bruck
Creating a Wave of Awareness
I'm a quiet kind of person. I like to walk around the lake when I have time.
I Belong To:
A small prayer group to celebrate the Sabbath.
When I'm Not on Topix:
Working, working, working. Cleaning, or taking care of grandkids.
Read My Forum Posts Because:
You might learn something new.
I'm Listening To:
The Silence at the moment.
Read This Book:
Torah, Materia Medica, Repertory
Family, friends, flowers, trees, birds, blue skies, clouds, and chickens.
On My Mind:
We must be careful what we ask for because G-d might just give it to us. Then what will we do?
Blog / Website / Homepage:
I Believe In:
The goodness within each human being as a reflection of G-d.