Homeopathic vaccination: a resounding success in Cuba

Authorities in Cuba have successfully used a homeopathic remedy as prevention against leptospirosis, a serious, sometimes deadly disease, which is spread by rats, particularly in flooded areas. During the rainy season each autumn, when hurricanes contribute to widespread flooding, Cuba has been used to outbreaks of leptospirosis in the population, and up till now has tried to protect the population by the use of vaccination. However, this is both difficult and costly, and not available for all the population at risk from contaminated water. It was therefore decided to try a preventive treatment using homeopathic remedies and Bach Flower remedies, and these were administered in 2 doses, approximately a week apart to about 2.4 million people.

Results exceeded expectations. The number of deaths fell dramatically and cases remained at an all-time low, an outcome which was even better than that seen among the vaccinated population in previous years.

This example could be repeated for other serious epidemic diseases, and deserves to be investigated further. Read about it at:

http://homeopathyresource.wordpress.com/2009/01/01/successful-use-of-homeopathy-in-over-5-million-people-reported-from-cuba/

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One Response to “Homeopathic vaccination: a resounding success in Cuba”

  1. Steve Scrutton Says:

    Given that everyone is currently under pressure from conventional medical authorities to take untested and dangerous vaccinations for all types of conditions, this news is quite amazingly important.

    We can just ponder on why it is that the news has not been published in the mainstream media!

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