05-13-16 What is High-Quality Homeopathy? – A Conversation With Roger Morrison MD, Co-founder of America’s Original Homeopathic College
Trailblazer Roger Morrison was very disappointed with the way he saw patients being treated in his work as an emergency room physician – and with the sloppiness of American medicine in general. He became inspired, and left his job as an emergency room physician, and studied Greek so that he could study with and later apprentice to the world expert on homeopathy in Greece.
Dr. Morrison first became interested in homeopathy when he saw a multiple sclerosis patient who had unexpectedly become well – the so-called spontaneous remission. When he asked her what she had done since her last appointment, she answered, “I’ve begun homeopathic treatment.”
You will hear about the revelation that convinced Dr. Morrison of the power of homeopathy and what he learned about Dr. Hahnemann, creator of homeopathy. You will learn about Hahnemann’s struggle against the prevalent allopathic medical system, which, at that time, used as legitimate medical treatments such horrors as the use of leaches and bloodletting. You will hear just how George Washington, the father of our country, was bled to death by doctors using the then-accepted medical techniques. Our guide in learning about this fascinating field from one of its prime proponents. With professor Morrison, we will explore the theory of homeopathy and how it fits into a holistic framework of medicine.
Homeopathy and allopathic medicine coexist in some countries, but in the United States homeopaths have been seen as unscientific quacks by the competing allopathic system. The American Medical Association, as Dr. Morrison tells us, was actually formed in order to fight against and eliminate homeopathy.
In Wikipedia, it’s called a pseudoscience. Yet, as you will hear, straight from the horse’s mouth, what he saw and experienced in the practice of these techniques. And what he saw was vivid and clear. Let yourself listen to the testimony of this man, who has honest experiences to share with you. Then think about what you can do with the discovery you make.