Parents dream and groom their children to make ‘doctors’, which is seen as a good ‘money-making’ profession with high social status. But the child fails to get appropriate ranking in entrance exams, and do not get admission to MBBS course. Parents could not invest lakhs to ‘buy’ an MBBS seat for their child. Finally, cursing his parents and his fate, he is enrolled for BHMS course to get at least a ‘doctor’ label. He ‘studies’ homeopathy with indignation, reluctance and inferiority complex. He never loves his homeopathy lessons. For him homeopathy is like a hard dry coconut, and do not know how to dehull it and relish its sweet inner kernel. He comes out of college after completing the course with a BHMS degree. He is never a HOMEOPATH in his hearts. He wants to make some money any how, by practicing allopathy. Such ‘misplaced’ homeopaths are making all these noises in the name of “permitting homeopaths to practice allopathy”! Poor guys!
If a homeopath feels ‘allopathy is better than homeopathy’, and he desires to practice allopathy, let him get an admission in a medical college and get an MBBS degree, and then register himself under MCI. ‘ONLY THEN’ he can practice allopathy. He should not practice allopathy on the strength of BHMS degree. That amounts to quackery, beyond any doubt.
An MBBS and pamphlets supplied by medical reps are enough to practice allopathy, it is simple. To be a homeopath, BHMS is only a first step. He has to learn a lot by himself, through reading, meditation, experience and constant introspection. It is really a hard job for a lazy man.
A homeopath can and should say which is ‘his’ system. There should not be confusion on that. Question here is not ‘which is better’ for ’emergency’, but ‘which system a homeopath should practice’. He should practice ‘only’ homeopathy. Let allopaths practice allopathy.
‘Emergency handling’ cannot be used as a justification for homeopaths practicing allopathy. Even an MBBS doctor cannot deal an ’emergency’ case. He will have refer ’emergency’ cases to well equipped hospitals having special emergency management units. In such a situation no homeopath can handle ’emergency’ cases even if he is permitted to use a few allopathic drugs. This talk of ’emergency dealing’ is only a cover to mask their ignorance and laziness to learn and apply genuine homeopathy. IF YOU GET A CASE THAT YOU FEEL IS BEYOND THE RANGE OF HOMEOPATHY, REFER IT TO COMPETENT HANDS.
MONEY IS THE REAL ISSUE. NOTHING ELSE!
Though holding BHMS degree, some people always compares homeopathy and allopathy, and strives to establish that homeopathy is good for nothing. They are totally ignorant of homeopathy, and argue to ‘modernise’ homeopathy by permitting homeopaths to practice allopathy. They never learns anything from discussions, but think they know ‘everything’. They will not allow genuine discussions on homeopathy. Fed up with such arguments for ‘allopathizing’ homeopathy, I was finally compelled to remove such people from my groups. They doing same thing on all groups.
People who fail in their practice due to ignorance or laziness desperately want to practice allopathy to exist as ‘doctors’. They are looking for loopholes in laws. Allopathic practice is controlled by MCI as per their laws. CCH is managing homeopathic practice as per Homeopathy Central Council Act. CCH has no right to ‘permit’ homeopaths to use allopathy drugs without the permission of MCI. As per Central Council Act, a homeopath registered under central council of homeopathy cannot use any drugs not included in homeopathic pharmacopea. All these factors are well known to everybody. Homeopaths using allopathic drugs is pure quackery. A genuine homeopath never think about it. Those ‘doctors’ who have a BHMS degree in their hands but no homeopathy in their heads only need ‘permission’ to use allopathic drugs. Why should people come to a homeopath for allopathic treatment? Why should a homeopath use allopathic drugs if he knows homeopathy? And you call it ‘modern approach’?
I do not think modern medicine is irrelevant. It plays main role in the health care system all over the world. ALLOPATHY Hahnemann talks about is no more. It is not fair to call ‘modern medicine’ as allopathy. Modern medicine is ‘molecular medicine’, based on scientific understanding of vital processes. Remember this point when quoting ‘ant-allopathy’ statements of our masters. Fundamental difference between homeopathy and modern medicine is that ‘modern medicine’ uses ‘drug molecules’ as therapeutic agents, where as homeopathy uses ‘molecular imprints’ of drug molecules. This is a very important difference, indeed.
MODERN MEDICINE has recently advanced into MOLECULAR MEDICINE, where drugs are selected on the basis of scientific understanding of pathological molecular errors in vital processes. Homeopathy selects drugs on the basis of ‘totality of symptoms’, which are the real indicators of those pathological molecular errors. As such, homeopathy can be defined as a specialized higher branch of ‘modern molecular medicine’.
Since ‘modern medicine’ uses highly reactive ‘drug molecules’ as therapeutic agents, they can create dangerous ‘off-target’ molecular errors in the organism. That is the main draw back of ‘modern medicine’. Since homeopathy uses only ‘molecular imprints’, they cannot cause any ‘off-target’ molecular errors. Hence homeopathy is very safe when compared to modern medicine.
Since ‘modern medicine’ requires a clear understanding of pathological molecular processes to decide an appropriate therapeutic agent, they cannot treat many diseases which are not well understood. For homeopathy, knowing the exact molecular error behind the pathology is not necessary, since homeopathy identifies the molecular errors and their remedial agents by observing subjective and objective ‘symptoms’ that express the molecular errors. As such, homeopathy can cure any disease even without knowing the underlying molecular errors, merely on the basis of ‘symptoms’. This is a great advantage for homeopathy. Whereas modern medicine can hope for an effective treatment only for well understood diseases, that to with possibility of unwanted side effects, homeopathy can treat any disease effectively and safely.
Let those qualified in modern medicine do it. Homeopaths are legally, ethically and philosophically not permitted to practice modern medicine. As a medical system Homeopathy is qualitatively much above and different from modern medicine, if homeopaths approaches it scientifically.
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If homeopaths are allowed to practice conventional medicine like ayurveds, it will meet the same fate as ayurveda did