Like Balanced by Like
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“Homeopathy is a like balanced by a like. Allopathy is an opposite balanced by an opposite.”
Adano showed us a homeopathic remedy for a common cold.
Dip a raw onion in and out of a glass of distilled water, and drink the water.
Edward Harris Ruddock, M.D. (The Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Veterinary Medicine, 1878) wrote …
“Homœopathy is not mere faith. The success of the system in the cure of the diseases of irrational animals proves this. In strict truth, it is opposed to the general belief. Persons are generally slow to believe in Homœopathy; and seldom have recourse to it, at first, without having doubts and misgivings. The benefits which they derive are not because of, but in opposition to, their belief. Their faith grows and is confirmed only as their cure progresses and is complete. A distinguished veterinary surgeon, Mr. Haycock, who is well acquainted with the old and the new systems of medicine, says of Homœopathy: — ‘It cures disease more quickly; it does so without leaving any injurious effects upon the constitutional powers; it saves more animals, and it costs less.’ It cannot be contended that the subjects of the curative powers of Homœopathy here referred to — horses, cattle, sheep, etc. — are influenced in their recovery by faith or imagination!”