is your medicine healthy?
What do we understand is a growth mindset? In this lecture Carol Dweck poses the question and describes how we teach educators to pass on a growth mindset. An engaging lecture.
Believing talents and abilities can be developed - it's not about effort - learning, progress and improvement are the ultimate values'
Dr Stephan Baumgartner on real world effectiveness and how homeopathy performs, what it has to offer, and explains the need for this kind of basic research in homeopathy.
As anti-microbial resistance increases is it not practical to employ natural means to reduce it - homeopathy is one such way that has potential and is already viable, it does not require massive expensive trials, it is known to work, and in this video Oliver Dowding relates his successful experience using homeopathy on his dairy herd. Very well made case.
"There is a very big difference in the approach, the allopathic medicine tries to find the reason why somebody is sick and tries to see which is the microbe or the bacteria or the virus that causes the problem and tries to kill it. Homeopathy ignores this, and tries to reinforce the organism to fight itself the disease, so its a big difference there, and allopathic medicine uses very strong drugs in order to kill the bacteria, microbes etc. and allopathy because of using strong drugs causes a lot of side effects. homeopathy uses mild, very mild doses of medicine and tries to reinforce the defence mechanism of the organism so it can fight the disease more easily"
Natural solutions to deal with the flu
It is surprising how supportive homeopathy can be to persons experiencing symptoms of Attention Hyperactive Deficit Disorder. Homeopathy is the ideal support as it is non-toxic, safe and gentle and easy to administer.