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Homeopathy and colds

Homeopathy treats colds in a simple and effective way. In this article we will indicate which homeopathic remedies can be useful in case of cold and must therefore certainly be present in our first aid kit.


This ailment that called itself “seasonal” is no longer such. In fact, we get sick also in the summer months, due to the air conditioning, for the sudden climatic changes that cause sudden and sudden changes in temperature during the same day, for the working environments too hot or too cold and, not least for women, for hormonal imbalances that cause the so annoying “hot flashes”, which wet the neck and chest thus exposing us more easily to sudden colds.

cold symptoms

Homeopathy counteracts and resolves the common cold. As soon as we hear the congested nose, we see the eyes turning red and watering, and a sequence of sneezes hits us madly … here we understand that we have cooled down. This is where some homeopathic remedies come into play which must always be present in our homes: allium cepa, aconitum napellus, camphora.

allium cepa

Homeopathy and colds: Allium Cepa

What good is a nice onion soup?! And to do it, we will have to peel many of onions! What will happen to us? We will begin to have intense tearing, burning in the eyes, runny and burning nose too, sneezing repeatedly. Here, these are the symptoms that heals homeopathic onion, that is Allium Cepa.

When we feel like we are peeling onions, we will have to look for Allium Cepa in our box of homeopathic remedies. We will take it at a low dilution several times a day until the cold has disappeared.

aconitum napellus

Aconitum Napellus

If my husband stubbornly goes to play five-a-side football despite the rain and humidity of one evening in March, because he thinks he is still twenty years old … he will certainly be cold for the whole following week. But if I wake up the next morning to the sound of sneezing bursts, voiceless and with shaking chills, I will immediately rely on Aconitum Napellus. It will quickly resolve the situation, heal my husband’s cold and, alas, bring back his voice.

Homeopathy and colds: Camphora.

Camphora is the one who can end a cold in the bud. It can really stop the whole mechanism! Clearly, I will have to take it as soon as I have the very first hints of malaise, the very first ones! This precious remedy will therefore also be part of my homeopathic kit. Camphora is really a great friend and you will be able to perfectly understand its uses in our homeopathy courses!

Water is life: our essential element.

Water is life: it surrounds us, we drink it and even breathe it through water vapor. 60-70% of the human body is made of water. Even today, a study by Prof Gerald Pollack tells us that it could be 99%.

What do we know about water?   

At school they taught us the water cycle and its transformations in its three phases: solid, liquid, gaseous. Here, already on this last concept, Prof. G. Pollack shows us that there is a fourth phase of water. So, I invite you to see the movie that I propose. It is in English but it is easily understandable because it uses many extremely exemplary and funny images, fascinating small videos! Here Prof G. Pollack explains precisely the phenomenon of the fourth stage of water and makes us begin to understand how water really is our whole!

Where we think water is?


WhChildren made this drawing for their science lesson. Water is really present in many structures and places that surround us. However, the most important concept is not stressed. The right attention and relevance to the part of water that is inside our bodies is missing. In the photo below, we see in the photo below that the human body is made mostly of water. We call ourselves terrestrial but perhaps we should call ourselves “water-strial”! We still cannot consider this molecule made up of two hydrogen and one oxygen (H2O) atoms as the real key to understanding everything that happens inside and outside of us.


Water is life and is the network of our body

All our cells float in the water. There are 50 trillion cells that live in water. But why did nature put all this water in it and nobody considers it? Is it possible that nothing matters and that it is only a means of floating? 99 out of one hundred molecules in our body are water molecules. We understood correctly: 99% of our molecules are represented by water! Water is truly our everything.

In addition to what you have seen on the fourth phase of the water, there are many works that demonstrate the ability of water to memorize frequencies and transmit them wherever you want. These are the studies of the Nobel laureate Prof Luc Montagnier, Prof Emilio Del Giudice, Prof. Vittorio Elia etc. These are studies that if you want you can deepen with us in our seminars in which we explain, in the simplest possible way, how water can bring information to cells, like these if they always exchange among themselves through it. A beautiful introduction to what water can do is the next video of Prof Masaru Emoto, who dedicated his life to the study of the physical structural modifications of the drop of water.

This is just the beginning. If we manage to appropriate this scientific information, we will be able to intuit and understand more and more deeply how homeopathy works and what frontiers the medicine of the future has before it. Have a good trip!!!

Hahnemann, Christian Friedrich Samuel

Hahnemann was born in Germany, exactly in Meissen, on April 10, 1755 and died in Paris in 1843. His full name is Christian Friedrich Samuel, but for all of us it is Samuel Hahnemann, the doctor who discovered Homeopathy.

Who is Hahnemann and what has been his life?

I like to start with this image of Doctor Hahnemann, finally full of colors, alive and bright. Up to now I have always read his biography, everywhere, accompanied by gloomy black and white images. Instead, the colors well represent his versatility, his daring life, made up of continuous movements from city to city and the ever-constant desire to fight against all the attacks received during his lifetime.

 Hahnemann multifaceted man

He was a chemist, pharmacist, decidedly a doctor, translator, linguist, but also a fine and attentive expert in nutrition and hygiene. In his therapies, in fact, much value was given to the improvement of the patient’s living conditions. In particular, trying to identify the errors present in his diet well and analyzing the environment in which he lived. According to Dr. Hahnemann, the consumption of meat and cow’s milk had to be greatly reduced, preferring instead goat’s or sheep’s milk.

He married twice. The first with Johanna Leopoldine Henriette Kuchler, daughter of a pharmacist, who bore him 11 children. His second wife, Marie Melanie d’Hervilley-Gohier, married her in Paris when he was the “tender” age of 80 (and she was just 35)

Marie Melanie d'Herville-Gohier
Marie Melanie d’Herville-Gohier
Johanna Leopoldine Kuchler

 His great qualities as a man and a doctor.

 They are certainly:

 –      his moral integrity. He left the exercise of the medical profession because it was harmful to his patients. He kept his large family doing translations and settling for meager earnings.

–      his great perseverance. In carrying on what he believed despite all the insults of the scientific world.

–      Humility. He said he was “an honest, loyal man who does nothing but his duty”.

–      his industriousness. He fully developed the new therapeutic system of Homeopathy. He also experimented with about a hundred remedies, wrote 70 works in Chemistry and Medicine and as a translator he managed to translate 24 books from Italian, Latin, English and French. He knew seven languages ​​and remember that at that time there were no computers or typewriters … for those times it was really an impressive amount of work!

 Few people know about Dr. Hahnemann’s work in Psychiatry.

In the late 1700s and early 1800s, psychiatric patients were placed in “hospitals / bunkers”. Their care consisted of amassing them together in narrow rooms, poorly fed, chained, whipped and mocked. Doctors abandoned them because they thought that mental illnesses could be contagious.

Samuel Hahnemann was the first to build a psychiatric clinic. Here the patients were treated like people, with compassion, kindness, humanity and treated homeopathically with great results.

Some of his victories.

 1800: scarlet fever epidemic, treated with Belladonna.

1813: Typhus epidemic that struck Napoleon’s soldiers on his return from the Russian campaign, treated with Bryonia alba and Rhus toxicodendron.

1831: cholera epidemic extended from Russia to Europe, cured with Camphora officinalis, Veratrum album, Cuprum metallicum.

homeopathic remedies dating back to 1800
homeopathic remedies dating back to 1800

Clearly, during these epidemics, official medicine could not do anything. He offered the usual treatments based on bloodletting and purges. By contrast, Hahnemann managed to save thousands of people with Homeopathy.

Hahnemann is still the right choice today.

After two hundred years, we still find ourselves talking about this great doctor, practicing and studying his medicine with passion. This is why I invite you with all my strength to deepen Homeopathy with us, with our free seminars, with our courses, talking about it together on our platforms. I guarantee you that it will not be a waste of time but you will enrich your life and that of your loved ones…. together, in Dr. Hahnemann’s vision for a fairer and healthier world.

Treating in 1800: the profession of the doctor

the doctor’s mask in 1800

Treating in 1800. What were the means available to the doctor to cure in the 1800s? Why did Samuel Hahnemann quit the medical profession? What are the discoveries of this era that then led to today’s medicine?

 In 1800 doctors could have few remedies and few scientific bases available to treat their patients.

 It was the Victorian era and it was precisely in these years when there was the change of medicine through discoveries such as microbiology that allowed us to abandon “Surgeon” and go towards the figure of today’s” doctor “.

How the doctors were dressed.

This hoto shows the “uniform” that doctors had been wearing since 1400. Doctors, in general, hid their face. The reason was that in most cases the patient died, even among atrocious sufferings due precisely to the “cures” of the so-called doctor. The beak was used to contain inside essences or fragrances that served to prevent the doctor from breathing the patient’s “stinks”, and could therefore be infected by the plague or other infections. They were also all covered from head to toe to avoid any kind of contact with the patient. This dress was abandoned in the eighteenth century (1700).

Treating in the 1800: the importance of the environment.

It is in this era that we begin to understand the importance of air, of changing the air for the patient. The stagnation of acrid or putrescent odors or the air polluted by coal made the patient’s condition worse. The treatments then began to include periods of stay at the sea or in the hills to improve the patient’s oxygenation. In this way his general conditions improved and the disease also benefited.

Washing hands: the great care of the 1800s.


Curing in 1800 excluded the banal custom. for the doctor, to wash their hands before and after touching a patient. The advent of the microscope showed the presence of the vast colonies of bacteria that we have on our hands. Until then, the doctor went from one visit to another without thinking of cleaning himself. Remember that there were no gloves and it was visited with bare hands. The parts and midwifery visits were always done with bare hands and for this reason the percentage of septicemia and postpartum death of women was very high. Fundamental discovery was the importance of washing hands.

 It even happened that the doctors could have been, before the outpatient visits, in the sector room for autopsies and consequent study on the bodies. Our anatomy and physiology derive from there, that is, from dissecting corpses to see how they were made and how they worked. Then, with those same hands, they visited the patients of the day.

Treating in 1800 with: bloodletting, leeches, opiates, enemas.

At the basis of any treatment there was the purification of the body with enemas, purges and bloodletting. The latter were performed by placing leeches on the patient’s body. These attached themselves to the skin near the blood vessels and fed on the patient’s blood. They sucked until they were satiated and then detached themselves. In this way, the pressure was lowered and, according to them, an internal “cleaning” of the patient.


Regarding drugs, the use of Laudanum was practiced since the time of Paracelsus and even in the Victorian era the pharmaceutical company Bayer was already present, which produced heroin-based syrups for children’s coughs. The use of opiates was frequent to remove pain of any kind and from any location.