Sunday, March 30, 2008
Prof Dr Nik Omar giving lecture to students and doctors at Pakistan Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan
Topic: Homeopathiic and Infertility Cases
Time: 10.00 am
1. Male Infertility
2. Female Infertilty
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
5 student dari Singapore telah tamat pengajian dalam Jurusan Perubatan Bekam, dalam Seminar Satu Hari di Jabatan Pengajian Melayu, Fakulti Perubatan Homeopathy Malaysia, Pasir Mas, Kelantan.
Nama-nama Student yang tamat :
1. Zainul Azman bin Mat Zin
2.Ahmad bin Suwiti
3. Zainal Abidin bin Hj Omar
4.Bahruddin bin Omar
5. Nik Badrul Hakim
6. Nik Fairuz Hakim
7. Badriah Mohammad
8. Hajjah Zaharh Loman
Mereka semua telah menrima sijil bekam masing-masing dari Prof Dr Nik Omar
Qualified Cupping Course [ Al-Hijamah ]
25th March 2008 8 members from Singapore has qualified a course in Hijamah [Bekam] at Department of Malay Medicine [Bekam], Fakulti of Homeopathy Malaysia, Pasir Mas, Kelantan. Please refer their name above.
Friday, March 7, 2008
- Setiap Ahad Di Bangi, Selangor Tel 019-9401915
- dari jam 10.00 pagi hingga 2.00 petang
Kursus Yang Akan di Ajarkan, klinikal & teori dijarkan oleh Porf Dr Nik Omar , Nik Badrul & H/dr S. Syafiqa.
- Bekam Angin
- Bekam Darah
- Bekam Magnet
- Bekam Inovatif [ Acu-Bekam]
- Bekam Massage
Setiap peserta akan diberi sijil , alat bekam beli sendiri, sesiap berminat boleh hubungi talian diatas
Recommended Reading http://bekam.xaper.com/
English: Cupping Courses at Bangi, Selangor. Interseted call 019-9401915
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How I became a homeopath
By Dr John Henry Clarke, MD, United Kingdom
Perhaps it may not be uninteresting to reader if I state at the outset of how my own conversion to homeopathy came about. As is usually the case, I knew nothing whatsoever about homeopathy when I took a degree in surgery, since it is rarely mentioned by professors in the ordinary medical school, and then only to be misrepresented.
After my graduation as a western medical doctor at Edinburg Medical School, by the advise of the late Dr Angus Macdonald ( one of the best friends I ever had ), I took a voyage to New Zealand in charge of emigrants.
On my return, having fixed on Liverpool as a likely field in which to start practice, I asked Dr Macdonald to introduce me to some of leading doctors in that city. This he promised to do, and eventually he did - I have the letter to this day.
They were never presented, for the reasons which will be appreciated. The relatives with whom I was staying happens to be a homeopath, and they suggested that I might do worse then to go to Homeopathic Dispensary at Hardman Street, Liverpool and see what was being done there.
As the letter came not, by way of utilizing my time I went. Like Caesar, I not only 'went', but I 'saw', " but here the parallel ended - I did not conquer; instead homeopathy conquered me !
I may say that at this period, having absorbed over 80 % ( if marks go for anything) of the drug-lore Sir Robert Christian had to impart, and having had sufficient opportunity for testing its value in practice, I had come pretty near the conclusion of Oliver Webdell Holmes saying, " If all drugs were cast into the sea, it would be so much better for man and so much the worst for the fish."
I believed then ( and belief has become rather fashionable since ) that the chief function of a medical man was to find out what was the matter with people - if he could; and supply them with common sense - if he happened to posses any.
With duty to treat people; to cure them was out of question; and it would be the better for honesty if he made no pretence to it.
After few weeks of observation at the Liverpool Homeopathic Dispensary, a case was presented to me in private. A small boy of five, a relative of my own, was brought to me by his mother. Two years before, he had been badly scratched on the forehead by a cat, and when the scratches healed, a crops of warts appeared on the site of them, and there they remained up to that time in spite of different treatment by allopathic doctor.
As an allopath I could do no more than he, so I turned to homeopathy to see if that could help me. I consulted the authorities, and found that the principal drug which is credited to producing crops of warts is Thuja Occidentalis.
I ordered this, more by way of experiment than expecting much result; but I said, if there was truth in homeopathy, it ought to cure. In a few days improvement was manifest; In three weeks the warts were al gone. Rightly or wrongly I attributed, and still attribute the result to Thuja, through it will no doubt be said that charms have done the same way.
Very well, id nay one will give me a system of charms that I can use with precision and produce with such definite effects, I shall be very glad to try it. As it was, I concluded that if homeopathy could give me results like that, homeopathy was the system for me.
Dr J.H. Clarke, Liverpool, England.
· The homeopathic practitioner deals with drug energy and not with drug material, hence we uses infinitesimal dose, prepared by dividing, redividing the medicinal substances by dilution ( in case of liquid ) and trituration ( in case of solid ) according to German homeopathic pharmacoepia.
· Homeopathic remedies are never prescribed for their physiological action. The physiological action is toxic in nature and therefore, painful and injurious. It is exactly opposite to therapeutic or curative action and therefore is not employed in homeopathic practice for therapeutic purposes. Just as selection of remedy is based on the law of similars and minimum dose.
· Small stimuli encourages life activity, medium tends to impede it and very strong stimuli stops or destroy it.
further reading http://fahom.xaper.com/