By P. Caldicott, C. de Bartha, B. Milbert et S. Scheffer, Doctors of medecine, C. Laurant, Anthropologist PhD, and H. Zaphiriou-Zarifi, psychoanalyst The containment imposed by most states to protect the most vulnerable (especially the elderly) and to avoid overloading inten...
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By Dr. Sophie Scheffer, general practitioner  Endowed with exceptional properties by René Descartes or Hindu mythology, the pineal gland has benefited from recent scientific research which seems to corroborate these ancient intuitions. So, what does this tiny gland do?...
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Formerly an airline pilot, Judith Albertat is a naturopath and has been dedicated for the past 10 years to deepening her knowledge and understanding of Lyme disease, from which she herself suffered. More generally, she is interested in chronic diseases, whose growth is promo...
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Whenever she is confronted with first graders, Birgit von der G., primary school teacher, notices the tremendous differences between the pupils: "some are vocally enthusiastic at the prospect of finally being in school, while others sit motionless and look at me anxiously. S...
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Attendees at this year’s Australasian Integrative Medicine Association conference in Auckland, New Zealand were wowed by an opening presentation by world – leading biologist, Dr Bruce Lipton. Dr Lipton’s presentation took a riveting journey through medic...
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The memory of water

March 10, 2018
By Dr Béatrice Milbert, General Practitioner. The first person to speak about the memory of water was Jacques Benveniste, - but his theory concerning the memory of water essentially caused the end of his career. Having brought an extraordinary light to the mysterious aspect...
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By Claire Laurant, ethnobotanist These days we hear a lot about the intelligence, memory and sensitivity of plants. Recent scientific research reveals the astonishing properties of certain species. Let’s not forget that the fundamental characteristics of plants are al...
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Read the whole article by Mathilde Golla (in French) in Le Figaro Economie  Extract Gilles Josuan grows courgettes in the South of France. Ten years ago, his plants were contaminated by the Mosaic Virus. He decided not to tear up the whole crop, the only solution r...
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Many people afflicted by cancer turn to "supportive care" in order better to manage the shock of the illness and its treatments - operation, chemo or radiotherapy. Homeopathy is the remedial care most frequently used to attenuate fatigue, anxiety, the side effects of the tre...
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By Dominique Neuilly, General Practitioner.  In my work as a physician in a psychiatric hospital, I am regularly confronted with patients' psychic difficulties (somatisation) and with their physical problems. This is often due to secondary effects of psychotropic medic...
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