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Controlling Epidemics with Homeopathy

During world epidemics and outbreaks, homeopathy has been used to control the outbreaks as well as for protection. It can be easily distributed, easily administered, is safe and is inexpensive.

Homeopathy has been used to successfully treat and prevent cholera and typhoid and is still being used to prevent, treat and control epidemics like malaria and dengue fever. Here are some examples of it's current uses:

In India homeopathy is used to control epidemics of malaria, Japanese encephalitis and dengue fever.

The Cuban government depends on homeopathy to manage leptospirosis and outbreaks of dengue fever.

Brazil has funded two large trials that successfully reduced the incidence of meningococcal disease in those given a homeopathic prophylactic.

Thailand, Columbus and Brazil all use homeopathy to manage dengue fever outbreaks and epidemics.

It might be time for the rest of the world to spend some time and money researching homeopathy.

References for these studies can be found at the following address:

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