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    Posted: 18 April 06 at 07:29
Has anyone had any good results for a lump on the eyelid,chalazion using homeopathy.I have tried staph and arnica, also arnica wet dose but to no effect.Any help would be appreciated as I have had this problem for over six months.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 April 06 at 11:03

Dear Mike

Has a trained homeopath given you this prescription? Or just found it on your own?   My suggestion  is to make an appointment with a trained homeopath in your area . Have you had your thyroid checked? look into it......................There might be a systemic imbalance within your body,something that is not easy to deal with by going here on line.

Gina Tyler

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 April 06 at 11:19


Mikemike wrote:

< Has anyone had any good results for a lump on the eyelid,chalazion .Any help would be appreciated as I have had this problem for over six months. >

 Gina Tyler wrote:

 <There might be a systemic imbalance within your body,...>

In the Sixth edition of " Organon of Medicine " , Hahnemann changed the term Vital Force to Vital Energy, probably to keep it in line with the Oriental concepts of Qi, and Prana; with which he was totally familiar.

   Integrated Medicine

    Towards the end of the last century, Weihe of Germany, in 1929 Ferreyvelles of France and in 1932, De La Fuye, also of France, made first observations to bridge the gap between Oriental and 0ccidental Medicines, specifically between homoeopathy and acupuncture. The homoeopaths, Weihe and Goehrum were the first to observe that each type of disease, cured by a specific homoeopathic remedy was accompanied by a specific point on the body, which was tender to pressure (Ah-Shi or Alarm point). This is known as HOMOEOSINIATRY.

In the course of his research, Weihe was able to locate some 197 points* coupling each of these specific tender points with a particular homeopathic remedy (the simillimum), which was indicated for that specfic disorder.

   * Of the 197 Weihe Points, 132 correspond exactly with the traditional acupuncture points. Several more (48) coincide with the later discovered extra-ordinary points.There are 189 homeopathic remedies corresponding to the Weihe points: some remedies have more than one corresponding point.*

For example, whenever Nux vomica was the a point at the tip of the eleventh rib of the right side was usually tender.These points are now known as the Weihe points. Today, some homoeopaths use the Weihe points to confirm the simillimum. They are especially helpful, when it is difficult to select the simillimum from several remedies which have closely similar drug pictures.

The Chinese established (thousands of years ago) in the healing art of acupuncture, the phenomenon of Alarm Points. In  acupuncture practice, each internal organ has specific Alarm Points, which become tender in a disease of the related internal organ and, therefore,are of great value in diagnosis, therapy and prognosis.

The parallelisms between Homoeopathy and Acupuncture did not end there. The famous French author and acupuncturist Roger de la Fuye, in his book on Homoeopathy (1932) stated that he was able to couple acupuncture points with homoeopathic remedies which have a therapeutic relevance to a specific disorder.

 De la Fuye proposed that the points to be utilized to confirm a diagnosis wherever there might be doubt as to which of two remedies may be appropriate. For example in the case of a patient with chronic deafness which is made worse by humidity, either Aranea or Natrum sulphuricum might be appropriate remedies but the Aranea point, described by De Ia Fuye in 1935, is situated at Stomach I5 on the left side, whereas the Natrum sulphuricum point, located by Weihe, is at point Stomach 16 on the right side.

             Coincidence of Weihe points and acupuncture points is probably because both homoeopathy and acupuncture are based on similar concepts and approaches to healing. Although both modalities of healing stem from different eras and different geography their underlying basis has a common denominator - The Concept of Vital Force or Vital Energy. The integrated medicine of the future must be universal, unified and holistic. Homoeosiniatry is relevant to diagnosis. Homoeopuncture is the other side of the coin, which integrates the therapeutic paradigms of both homoeopathy and acupuncture.

         Homeopuncture is a methodology by which the specific homeopathic remedy is placed directly in the tissues by first dipping an acupuncture needle in the liquid remedy and then puncturing at the specific acupoints. This method has the following advantages:

         1. The remedy is placed directly in the tissue. The saliva and other oral barriers are bypassed.The specific potency does not appear to be of importance.

         2. It is useful as a pre-operative medication as well as in post-operative care.
         3. Aggravation appears to be minimal or non-existent.
         4. There does not appear to be any contra-indicationsto the combined methodology,which is an integration of Occidental Medicine and Oriental medicine.

         Homeopuncture has been used with good results in a variety of disorders at the Colombo South General Hospital , Kalubowila, Sri lanka.

               The  Holistic connection of the Liver and the Eyes

   Congested, swollen eyes and lids indicate  Liver Heat due to internal and external  factors in Chinese Medicine relate to the "Gan" System of symptoms, and functions.  "Gan" not only incorporates the liver of western medicine, but the smooth flow of emotions, the smooth flow of blood in the body (a women's menstrual cycle), and then of course all of the functions of the Occidental liver.  The "Gan" system is said to open into the eyes

    Reversible pathway refers to a principle of Chinese medicine in which the energy condition of an Organ System may influence the mental and emotional condition of a person, while at the same time, or at any time, the latter may be either stimulating or suppressing the energy function of an organ. Classical Chinese Medicine asserts that a particular emotion and a particular energy Organ system are inextricably linked in this manner. Emotion immediately contacts the Nervous System and several events are set into motion. To begin with, the Liver nourishes the Nervous System and is called upon to increase the amount of blood in the circulation to meet its obligation. The increased tension in the Nervous System may, under normal circumstances, be released through verbal expression or physical activity, thus restoring homeostasis. If speech is used, the Heart Organ System will be
engaged. If physical activity solves the problem the Liver itself, as controller of the ligaments and tendons, the Lung as receiver of the Qi (life force), and
the Heart Organ System (circulation) will all make a contribution.At the same time the circulatory system is constricted peripherally by the mechanical tension in the muscles. Internally, the noxious Qi (lactic acid and its metabolites, such as acetaldehyde) stimulates circulatory centers, such as the carotid sinus, and the autonomic Nervous System centers, such as the sino-auricular node. The result is increasing blood pressure, which, in addition to affecting the Heart, causes the blood to be pushed too quickly through the
Liver. This rapid passage of blood, as well as general overwork, first causes the Liver to develop " Strong Heat " and, over a period of time, " Weak Heat ". Hence, the often heard
remark : My eyes are burning.

   If the tension or energy that initially creates hyperactivity of the Nervous System is not released, the latter will continue to call upon the Liver for added
nourishment. The musculo-skeletal system, which is unable to respond to the call for release, will hold the tension and gradually also require more
nourishment. Tension, anger, frustration, suppression, repression and stress in general interplay with the Liver Organ System.The Liver will slowly find that it has inadequate supplies left for its own recovery and for its many other functions. In such a situation, the energy that the Liver cannot recycle and renew becomes noxious energy; and, because the Liver is associated with free flowing of the Qi, this noxious energy will affect many parts of the body. The implied significance of the drug-pictures of homeopathic remedies and the mentals is obvious. Inhibition of the flow of Qi will create stagnation with concretion and pain in vulnerable areas. The Acupuncturist will stimulate points on meridians of the body with needles in order to release energy in an attempt to move the Qi.


With regards

Edited by drlew - 26 April 06 at 16:40
Doctors do not cure patients; they merely assist Nature. Mother Nature does the healing.
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