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Alastair Gray’s Integrated Medicine Consultations, Education and Books

A company using natural medicine, integrated and homeopathic principles to effect change and restore balance for individuals, organisations and communities. 

Creating excellence in the clinical delivery of natural medicine professions through conducting and facilitating research. 

Delivering and managing excellent education programs utilizing the best technologies and learning tools grounded in solid educational theory and best practice.

Heart Disease and Help through Homeopathy

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
It is important to note that when allopathic drugs are used in a regulatory fashion (as in diabetes or high blood pressure), it is important to monitor the patient closely when using homeopathy.  The body rebalances itself in the healing process, and allopathic drug dosages may need to be adjusted by the prescribing physician.  A relationship of openness and communication needs to exist between patient and doctor.  We recommend that patients not discontinue or adjust allopathic medications without first consulting their physician.

Homeopathy to Control Diabetes

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
Before using homeopathy to treat diabetes, understand the system of homeopathy. Homeopathy is not the simple use of medication for treating a disease; rather it targeting the symptoms of the disease for treatment. Homeopathic medicines usually stimulate the body to create its own natural healing capacity. That is why before any treatment is instigated, the symptoms should be clearly understood. The symptoms of the disease change from individual to individual and the dosage and combination of medicines have to be altered to treat the symptoms in the most effective manner.

Homeopathy Approach in Stomach Cancer and Its Management

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
Cancer – any age group may suffer cancer but nearly all types are more common in middle aged and elderly people than in young people.  Skin is the most common type of cancer for both men and women. The next most common type among men is prostate cancer; among women, it is breast cancer. Lung cancer, however, is the leading cause of death from cancer for both men and women. Brain cancer and leukemia are the most common cancers in children and young adults.

The Alternative Medicine Cabinet: Arnica for Pain Relief

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
Natural remedies have an obvious appeal, but how do you know which ones to choose and whether the claims are backed by science? New York Times “Really?” columnist Anahad O’Connor begins a weekly series exploring the claims and the science behind alternative remedies that you may want to consider for your family medicine cabinet.

A Brief Comparison of Homeopathy and Conventional Medicine

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
All throughout man’s civilization, medicine has played a very vital role in maintaining the health of people. In fact, shamans and medical figures were oftentimes occupying relatively high and significant positions in most ancient societies.  From crude concoctions to intensive medical procedures today, there is no doubt that man has developed his knowledge of medicine and medical treatments. However, the recent decades have seen mainstream regression towards more traditional and less invasive forms of medicine. One of them is homeopathy.

Homeopathy May Work by Communicating Information to the Body

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
Homeopathy is one of the most puzzling and controversial healing systems in use today. Homeopathy is extremely popular with remedies found in local pharmacies and advertised on television. Homeopathy is even more popular in Europe with thousands of satisfied users. Many users are aware of homeopathy’s effectiveness but there is relatively little information about how it actually works.

Homeopathy braces to be Rs26bn industry: Assocham

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
By 2010, domestic homeopathy market is expected to be more than double and touch the Rs26 billion size as it would continue to grow between 25-30% against 13-15% of pharmaceuticals industry since users of homeopathy are multiplying not only within the country but through out the world. According to a report brought out by Assocham, the current homeopathy market in India is estimated to be around Rs12.5 billion and its size in the global market has gone up to Rs135 billion. France, contributes the largest to the world Homeopathy market at an estimated Rs45 billion.

Hahnemann’s middle way

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
The author, one of the world’s leading scholars on Organon, reveals popular and crucial misconceptions about Hahnemann’s teaching on posology.

Homeopathy in Mexico 2010

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
Homeopathic medicine has been recognized in Mexico since 1896. Actually, it is more popular every year. We have two schools that grant the M. D. degree, five post graduates schools, and two homeopathic hospitals in our country. Since February 2002 the LMHI (Liga Medicorum) National Vice President has worked on a committee with the Secretary of Health to create legislation around the teaching of homeopathic medicine in Mexico.

Treating Acute Illness – Making Use of Laboratory Diagnosis and Nosodes

Al Gray - Thursday, May 27, 2010
The author discusses treatment at homeopathic clinics in Kenya, where patients are often infected with malaria, typhoid, brucella, amoeba and hookworm. Lab tests and special remedies are imperative.

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