Homeoprophylaxis is Non-Toxic Alternative to Vaccines



Cathy Lemmon, BA, CHP, D.Ps.

“The body wants to be well,” says Cathy Lemmon, BA, CHP, D.Ps., of Healthy Healing Arts. “Instead of hiding symptoms for a range of ailments, it is important to teach the body to heal itself.” Lemmon serves clients throughout the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex and even from out-of-state, that seek her homeopathic treatments. Homoeopathy as a healing art is more than 200 years old; a holistic method of gentle healing using nontoxic substances made from plant, animal and mineral sources that boosts immunity. Working at the energetic, or quantum, scale on the physical, emotional and mental levels, the homoeopathic approach offers a complete method of healing.

“There is an outcry for holistic approaches to wellness,” says Lemmon. “More and more people are concerned about pumping toxic and poisonous vaccines into themselves and their children. I’m not anti-vaccine, but I am anti-misinformation about vaccines, and I think it is crucial for people to understand the role that disease plays in overall health.” She explains that by going through milder diseases like chicken pox and measles, the body becomes strengthened and educated, and is better able to defend against brain tumors and certain kinds of cancer.

Homeoprophylaxis is a safe and nontoxic method of educating the immune system on an energetic level, and is an effective means of protection against disease. This energetic medicine is a popular, holistic alternative to vaccines that removes impurities from the body. This homeopathic method is used extensively in both Germany and Australia, and is found to be 90 percent effective in preventing just about any disease. “The body responds to the treatment in a way that it may heal itself,” says Lemmon.

Overall, Lemmon says, health is not merely physical, but mental and emotional, as well. “When vital energy (qi) is off kilter, it creates an imbalance that results in a variety of ailments.” A homeopath is able to follow the symptoms to come up with a suitable remedy, whereas conventional medicine seeks to simply mask the symptoms without reaching a personalized solution. “I always tell my patients, ‘I don’t want to have to keep seeing you,’” says Lemmon. “If I’ve done my job, your body will do what it does best, and that is heal itself.”

Lemmon lived in Germany and spent an extensive amount of time among other homeopaths. She was so amazed to see tens of millions of people benefitting from homeopathic treatments and homeoprophylaxis that she organized the Worldwide Homeoprophylaxis event in Dallas in 2015, which drew homeopathic professionals and patients from all over the world. The third annual conference, themed Homeoprophylaxis: The Educated Choice, will take place in The Netherlands from October 26 to 29.

“The time is now to be learning about and utilizing this nontoxic approach to disease prevention,” says Lemmon. The upcoming event will not only present information and knowledge about homeoprophylaxis and the immune system, as well as legal issues surrounding all of this, but provide the opportunity for practitioners—homeopaths and other interested health care providers—to obtain training in homeoprophylaxis so they will be able to begin offering this in their practices. 

For more information, visit HealthyHealingArts.com or hpwwc.org.

 

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