Epidermolysis bullosa: report of three cases treated with homeopathy.

Jurj G, Waisse S, Sos AB, Lima Thomaz LC, Liguori Varejão MR, Tierno SA, Labonia-Filho W.

Homeopathy. 2011 Oct;100(4):264-9. doi: 10.1016/j.homp.2011.04.004.

ABSTRACT: Authors report three cases of Epidermolysis bullosa in children successfully treated with individualized homeopathic medicines.





Homeopathic and Medical Uses from a Botanical Family Perspective

Frans Vermeulen / Linda Johnston

4968 pages, hb
publication 2011
product no. 11643
weight: 7500g
ISBN: 978-09-5590-659-6

4 Volumes

Available at Narajana publishers, Germany



Number of pages: 448

Publication date: 17 Feb 2010

Languages: English

ISBN: 978 92 4 159884 2

Homeopathy is used worldwide, however, the national regulatory framework and the place of homeopathy within the health care system differ from country to country.

This technical document is WHO’s response to requests and recommendations made by relevant World Health Assembly resolutions, by Member States, as well as international conferences of drug regulatory authorities, and is a part of the implementation of the WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy and the WHO Medicines Strategy.

(Full document PDF here)



By Janita Venema, published 2008

At times a ground breaking book gets written. 'PresentChild – A gift for you and your family' by Janita Venema is such a book. A must read for every practitioner, homeopath, educator and parent. In the attached pdf you find the very reasons why.

Harry van der Zee, Homeolinks Publishers


Signals and Images

Contributions and Contradictions about High Dilution Research

Elzbieta Malarczyk

Number of pages: 127- 135

Publication: 2008

Language: English

ISBN: 978-1-4020-8534-5 (Print) 978-1-4020-8535-2 (Online)

Publisher: Springer Netherlands, Internet- Link: Here

Although this book is not "new" (published 2008), the HomeoVision team thinks it is a very interesting book to read.


M. Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland

The molecular strategy of integrating cellular processes is based on the controlling mechanisms of the two major opposing pathways: catabolism and anabolism. Owing to this, there is a constant exchange of substrates and products of metabolism, which provide cells with indispensable elements for their survival in specific environmental conditions. The control of speed and direction of transformations in a cell is based on protein systems. They combine into complexes, such as receptors and multi-enzymatic complexes, thanks to which the signal gets transmitted both from the gene to the protein and then to the environment and the other way, having a precise effect on the regulation and efficiency of all cellular processes (Welch, 1995; Welch and Clegg, 1987). The transmission proceeds gradually by electron exchange at the level of chemical bonds in a series of cyclic or cascade reactions catalyzed by specialized protein systems, which, as a consequence of receiving information in this way, change their spatial conformation (Ho, 2005).


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Miasms and Nosodes

528 pages, hb, published 2009




144 pages, hb, published 2009 (just published)