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Apr 13Liked by Remnant MD

I saw this and thought of you..

LUC MONTAGNIER VIDEO HOW HOMEOPATHY WORKS

THE SCIENCE OF HOMEOPATHY

https://youtu.be/yUoQYlDWHkU

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HOW HOMEOPATHY WORKS BOOK

Jean-Pierre Radad Aoun, Marc Henry, Science, homeopathy and physics of high dilutions

https://exuvie.fr/livre/science-homeopathie-et-physique-des-hautes-dilutions/

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Synergy. As salicylic acid does not work well without the synergistic components of willow bark, we do not thrive without synergy with nature. Meanwhile, chronic nutrient deficiencies…not just nutrients derived from food, although that is a huge factor, but the nutrients derived from the sun, fresh air, dirt, and just being in proximity with plants and animals, human social interactions. Not all that nourishes requires oral intake. Holistic; mind, body and spirit.

I love that you’re doing these! Gave me a lot to think about. The energy of refining iron…. Will ruminate on this concept today. Thank you!

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Apr 9Liked by Remnant MD

Some of the concepts you’ve mentioned are very much aligned to holistic medicine, especially that you see the interconnections and commonality (say across the board in other fields of activity like social media etc). The willow bark point is well known for example, but you nonetheless put a more (dare I say?) “refined” spin on it. However, your entire way of explaining about the energy equation is not something I’ve ever come across before - other than when you’ve written about it earlier - and I think is very unique and a amazingly terrific way of describing it.

Your whole thesis of moving away from nature and your conclusion of moving towards unnatural refinement is something so true, logical and put beautifully that I hope more are exposed to it. You actually have given some really good examples here, and I do hope you continue to write along these lines with more of such.

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Thank you for the kind words.

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Apr 7Liked by Remnant MD

The willow bark example was a lightbulb moment for me. I intuitively already knew this, but hearing you describe it brought more clarity and gives me a good way to explain it to others. Thank you.

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