One Healing Principle

Homeopathy’s Overaching Principle:

Symptoms (found through testing)

Cure patient symptoms IF THEY ARE SIMILAR.

The principle that Similars Cure required scientific thinking for accurate results.

An herbal recipe backed by a scientific principle

Traditional Wisdom:  Hot ginger cures a raw throat.

Only a genius can simplify what seems complex. Two years ago, a German doctor developed a simple single principle of healing that has since been clinically tested worldwide. A Japanese household herbal practice illustrates the principle. “For a sore throat, drink ginger tea.” The sore throat feels hot raw ginger.  The spicy taste of the ginger cures the heat of a sore throat.  Far beyond a recipe for curing a sore throat, this German Doctor discovered the principle for testing, describing and finally choosing curative medicines.


choose the right medicine from so many is difficult

A homeopath choses from over 3,000 medicines by interviewing the patient.

Based on this principle homeopaths have tested thousands of substances to discover their healing properties. Because homeopaths must choose from so many medicines, the process of making that choice is of great importance.  The choice is based on the above principle.  The tested effect of the medicine must match the symptoms of the patient.  Patients have many symptoms, so a homeopathy looks for a pattern that is similar to the pattern found when testing the medicine.

Meet the Author

Ellen Madono

Ellen Madono is a homeopath working in Tokyo. Currently, her work in homeopathy focuses on healing. She was born in Minneapolis Minnesota and went to West High school. At Oberlin College, she majored in Asian History. Her Ph.d. is from the University of Pittsburgh. She has a special interest in Asian Culture, language and Japanese apprenticeship. Skills in phenomenological cultural analysis have easily transferred to homeopathic case analysis. She keeps up her health through Meditation, Yushiki Breathing Practices, Classical Homeopathy, Accutonics, Akido and Parasara Yoga.

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