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Published on Jun 17, 2013
Misha Norland discusses how homeopathy works and how we can see it working, especially in children and animals, referencing the minimum dose and principles of homeopathy. He addresses the critics of homeopathy and their main issues, and then suggests they try homeopathy themselves to see it working firsthand.
About Misha Norland: The School's Founder and course leader, Misha Norland is a Fellow and a founding member of The Society of Homeopaths and was the first editor of its journal. A practitioner now for over 30 years, he was Head of Homeopathic Research at the first UK homeopathic college. Widely respected for his teaching and practice skills, he provides numerous lectures and over the years has taught many of the world's leading homeopaths. He is also an international clinical facilitator, lecturer and author, and is well known for his contributions to journals, conferences and new materia medica. In addition to running the School in the UK, he teaches and is the principal clinical teacher for the School's International Study programme. Misha loves to blend old and new ideas, and to weave information together in a noteworthy and memorable way.