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9 MONTHS RESEARCH INTO THE HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF AUTISM.
Pilot study of 8 Autistic children.1996 Head researcher: Christine Freitag
Study compiled by Christine Freitag. Last year Naturopathic student, now a qualified practitioner. Naturopathic physicians: RA,C Freitag, RB, L Zillis, RC, A Bolger.
Supervisor of study: L Mc Erlain,
The following data is from the 8 families who completed the study. Over half the children’s home life had improved in the course of the study. A good majority of parents thought
that homoeopathy had benefited their child. A third of the participants live in the country, two thirds live in cities of varying sizes. The names of the patients remain confidential.
AUTISTIC CASE STUDY
Case No I. Researcher (R) A. Boy age 5.
Autism presenting with Echolalia (repetitive speech) as main expression
(95%). Intermittent unfocused periods with hand flapping. Unsocial
behaviour, shouting outbursts when given instruction. Loner personality,
very quiet, hyperactive in evening. Slowly starting to integrate.Wets bed.
Outcome after 8 months treatment
Autism: Echolalia appears once every few weeks, converses now in normal
sentences. Improved thinking, reasoning, self help skills, Ie able to
create and produce own breakfast, chooses own video and works machine
independently. 90% focused in our world now.
Behaviour: No car tantrums now. Takes instruction better, over 90% tantrum
free. Tantrum displayed now as foot stamping in frustration, this is also
easily curbed now.
Toileting accidents much improved, behaviour improved enormously. Seeking
greater interaction, no longer screams or protests at performing fine
Case 2. R A. Boy age 11.
Autism presenting with constant sitting and rocking over 95% of the time.
Unfocused 99% of the time, will focus on a person at home once a month on
average. No integration, Loner. No speech except mumum, dadad, and
Behaviour: Aggressive (intermittent), pinches, bites causing pain. Wakes 3
am constantly, bangs head on wall and rocks. Loner, very quiet.
Epilepsy, Petit Mal 4 – 5 times a day.
Outcome after 9 months of treatment.
Autism: Integration increased markedly, will go into a room with people
voluntarily, Ie classroom, TV room. Focuses on a person at home 3-4 times
a day. Takes simple instruction now, cheeky personality displayed. Lack
of speech no change. Intermittent sitting and rocking now. Stands and
dances to music very often.
Behaviour: No pinching or biting now, no waking at 3 am, no head banging
any more. Calmer, loves dancing now, will also voluntarily walk outside.
Epilepsy: Petit Mal reduced to 1-2 to none a day now.
Case 3. R A. Girl Age 11.
Autism presenting with good speech, appears to understand and converse
well, yet all is pretend. Answers wrongly, always looks at mother to seek
confirmation of answer. Extreme fear of shopping centres, dislikes social
interaction. Has no emotional outburst except fear. Recites videos
perfectly. Unfocused, speaks to “lion king” most of the time.
Nightmares once a month, skeletons everywhere will kill her. Running and
fast walk unbalanced. Wets bed.
Medication on tofrinol.
Outcome after 6 months of treatment.
Autism: Shopping expeditions displays calm now. When mother says something
that she disagrees with she sticks up for herself and corrects her mother.
Doesn’t look at mother for acceptance of answer now. Still says yes
sometimes instead of answering though as well. This shows improved
focusing in our world. Can remember what happened the day before and state
this. Independent dressing improved. Still recites videos, higher
vocabulary now, (surgery on cleft palate too though). Running no change.
Case 4 R A. Boy age 7.
Autism presenting with hand flap and Echolalia, both intermittent. XS
energy eyes, body moving constantly. Outburst (screams) if given affection
(intermittent), if in town with people everywhere (constantly), or play
stops, or when given instruction (constant). Communication essential only,
Ie If he is still hungry “more”.
Behaviour: Anger, hits out (person/wall) if feels threatened or
frustrated, duration Min-Hrs intermittent, very strong for his age.
Outcome after 6 months of treatment.
Autism: Outbursts decreased to one of 1 hr duration 2 weeks ago, this week
one outburst duration few minutes, for loss of toy, or being told off
only. Hand flap changed from 2 hands to only one hand, echolalia displayed
only in sarcasm now. Speech form is mini sentence now, not essential
communication only. No outburst when shopping. Understands everything, yet
says no to half of those things. A little less hyperactive/restless.
Behaviour: Anger decreased and displayed as a push rather than a hit now,
Case 5 R B. Boy age 9.
Autism presenting with no speech, noise only. Concentration low,
constant body movement. No sense of danger. Isolates self from other
children, inattentive, no thinking or reasoning at all.
Behaviour: Violent, mood unpredictable, duration 0-24hrs Constant. Needs
watching constantly. Hits for no reason, attacks sister, attacked
researcher. Frustrated about communication / restraints, cries after being
Outcome after 7 months of treatment.
No improvement, no change.
Case 6 R B. Boy age 3.
Autism displayed as violent, destructive, tantrums duration 1hr>, average
2-3 day. Nightmares, screams can’t be quieted average 3 a week. Loud
noises creates stress, presents as anger. Agitated on waking.
Outcome after 8 months of treatment.
In order to understand this case, a step by step flow of life changes from
the 4th month to the last month of treatment is presented.
Tantrums reduced to one big one once in the last week, no nightmares
anymore. Calmer in public and with other kids. Accident Arm broken,
shock. Bead up nose hospitalized. Bronchitis. All target symptoms
degenerated to original state. Sleep restless, wakes calmer. Minor
tantrums Average 7 a day, big ones one a week. Rock dropped on head
(traumatic). Rages increasingly more violent, especially to mother,
controlled, deliberate. Bronchitis developed into Asthma. Medication
tofrinol doubled. Child changed from kindergarten to preschool. Child has
been referred to a psychiatrist by doctor, as violent behaviour is
calculated. Researchers (A B) believe cause could be spiritual.
Case 7. R B. Boy age 8.
Autism presents as delayed speech, needs prompting. Hyperactive/ restless
continues for 17 hrs constant. Mood swing Happy/ sad/ Lengthy crying.
Hysterical, duration 1-24 Hrs Twice a month. Wakes 3.30am wild and
hyperactive. Has an obsession with flags.
Outcome after 8 months of treatment.
Sleeping until 4.30 – 5.00, emotionally calmer on waking. Hysteria
decreased to a whine now, mood swings less extreme. Speech no change.
Case 8 R C. Boy age 12.
Autism displayed in finger flapping mainly at night, with XS perspiration,
and picks fluff balls constantly. No interaction, no coherent speech.
Tantrums at shopping centres constant.
Behaviour: Mood swings alternates aggressive/calm/crying/ hyperactive/
frustrated, can lead to headache with head banging. Pinches, bites
intermittently, Prefers solitude.
Outcome after 7 months of treatment.
Autism: Finger flap intermittently, no perspiration. Calm at shopping
Behaviour: Pinching and biting decreased markedly. Happier calmer, crying
decreased. Interaction with other children increased. Ie holiday program
played ball game several times with others. Concentration and attempts to
communicate also improved. Neighbour commented child more attentive to
her, previously ignored neighbour. Spitting decreased.
Thai research initiative on andrographis
In late June 2020, The Nation Thailand reported that phase 1 of the Thai research initiative on andrographis for COVID-19 had begun at two hospitals in Thailand In late August 2020, The Nation Thailand reported that the lower dose of andrographis showed benefits in the preliminary trial, especially for coughing. Within three days, both cough volume and overall symptom severity reportedly decreased significantly. After five days, other symptoms improved, and real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests were negative for the COVID-19 virus in two patients. After three weeks, real-time PCR tests were negative in all six subjects, but additional studies were needed to confirm the results.6 Naturopaths readily use this in Australia, if you have covid, please find a naturopath or Homeopath. Proven in places that accept natural medicine… We so care, all of us, we just wish it was in the health system, as other places. Austria in icu’s use Homeopathics with great success.Thailand, hospitals use this wonderful herb.
Italian Society of Homeopathic Medicine
Italy home isolation for 46 adults and 4 children for covid, everyone with homeopathy fixed covid, no covid positive.This is Italian Society of Homeopathic Medicine (www.omeomed.net), From 25 February to 7 April 2020 we collected 50 symptomatic case reports in home isolation, positive or probable COVID-19. Not one needed hospitalization.In Europe 32% go into hospital with covid. (Both these studies online, Italian, and Austrian.)During the same homeopathic treatment a single medicine (50% of cases) was used, i.e. a sequence of 2 to 6 different medicines and specifically: 2 remedies (32%), 3 remedies (10%), 6 remedies (4%), 4 remedies (2%), 5 remedies (2%).No adverse events were observed during homeopathic treatments. An overall recovery of patients at resolution of specific symptoms has been commonly observed.All patients were symptomatic and classified as COVID positive or highly probable; they were all treated homeopathically in extra-hospital home isolation regimen. Under no circumstances, given the favorable clinical trend, was hospitalization necessary.The hospitalization rate in this group of 50 patients treated homeopathically for COVID-19 was 0.
Austria lets Homoepathy into the Icu
In Austria in the ICU, 13 patients were treated with Homeopathy.12 left hospital with out needing further treatment, after this study.One had gangrene from a chair falling on them and being found 4 days later with sepsis. This one with advanced stage of septic disease died in hospital.
3.4. Case 4Infection with SARS-CoV-2 was confirmed in a 59-year-old male patient on March 19th, 2020. The patient presented with a headache, irritable cough, aching limbs and fever. Previous illnesses include diabetes mellitus type II, arterial hypertension, left ventricular hypertrophy, hyperlipidemia, transient ischemic attack, left hemicolectomy due to a perforated diverticulitis in 2003, facial herpes simplex, and a cyst on the left submandibular side. During home quarantine the patient had no symptom improvement, so due to increasing shortness of breath and cough, persistent headaches and aching limbs, the patient was admitted to hospital on March 25th, 2020. The sense of taste was severely impaired. As his respiratory situation deteriorated over the course of time, he was transferred to the ICU on March 29th, 2020. After the Horovitz quotient (paO2/FiO2) had dropped to 170 mmHg on March 30th, the patient was intubated endotracheally by videolaryngoscopy and ventilated with BIPAP. The following day, the patient received antibiotic therapy with piperacillin/tazobactam and levofloxacin (Levofloxacin-ratiopharm®, Ulm, Germany). On April 1st, there was a brief improvement in the Horovitz quotient. On April 5th, chest X-ray revealed progressive infiltration areas. Homeopathic therapy started on April 6th with Influenzinum CH200 for one day. A progressive weaning from the respirator was implemented on April 7th. In addition, the patient received Ipecacuanha CH200 due to the dry cough and the rapidly descending bronchial infection with shortness of breath. As no relevant improvement was reported, the therapy was switched to Bryonia alba CH200 on April 9th. From that moment on, a substantial amelioration of dyspnea with a significant decrease of the pulmonary infiltrates was found, so Bryonia alba CH200 was continued until April 14th. The patient could be extubated on April 11th. After extubation, the patient became agitated with restlessness, fear, weakness, and erosions of the oral mucosa. He was supported with a CPAP helmet. A switch to Arsenicum album CH200 was carried out on April 14th for another 2 days. Since there was no further improvement with Arsenicum album from April 16th on, Influenzinum CH200 was administered on April 17th and Tuberculinum Koch CH200 on April 18th. That therapeutic strategy resulted in a significant psychological improvement. The patient could be transferred to the general inpatient ward on April 18th. As he was very irritable, full of fear and imaginations, and hypersensitive to pain, noise, touch, with a concomitant pneumonia including dry cough he received Kalium carbonicum CH200 twice daily starting on April 20th. The further clinical course remained uncomplicated. The patient was discharged home after two negative SARS-CoV-2 swabs on April 22nd, 2020
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