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Dr. Walker developed and clinically researched NET Remedies #1-5 to support and correlate with the Acupuncturist's 5-Element Meridians: #1 Earth, #2 Metal, #3 Water, #4 Wood and #5 Fire. In addition, NET Remedies #6-25 were created to address other specific conditions, such as bowel flora problems, yeast conditions, allergies, stress-related symptoms, muscle spasms, viscera-related issues, etc.

Multiple Ingredients & Multiple Potencies
Each ingredient listed on the label is diluted and shaken a specific number of times to create 12X, 30X and 100X potencies (with the exception of #12). Having multiple ingredients and multiple potencies helps activate different levels of defense and provides a broader therapeutic spectrum of support for the patient's changing needs.

All of the NET Remedies products are made in a pure water base using the Hahnemann method of preparation. All active ingredients are prepared in accordance with the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS) and Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) standards of excellence and fully compy with the highest standards of the US Food and Drug Adminstration.

A General Overview of Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a scientific system of health care that utilizes a variety of mineral, plant and animal substances in very small doses to help activate the body's own natural healing processes. Homeopathy activates the body's healing processes on both a physical and mental/emotional level and can be effectively utilized for first aid, acute illnesses, and all manner of chronic conditions.

The science of Homeopathy was founded in the late 1700s by the German physician and chemist, Samuel Hahnemann, MD (1755-1843). Hahnemann developed homeopathy, advancing the theory that 'like-cures-like', which today it is a verified Law of Pharmacology: The Law of Similars.

Homeopathy is based on the concept that illness can be cured by taking a specific homeopathic preparation (a diluted and succussed/shaken form) of a substance that, if that full-strength substance was taken by a relatively healthy person, would actually produce symptoms like those in the ill person.

For example: Ipecac, a shrub of South America, when taken in gross quantities produces vomiting. However when very minute parts of ipecac are prepared homeopathically (diluted and succussed), this can help a person who is vomiting to stop.

Another classic example is demonstrated with a study involving a group of rats that was first given full-strength arsenic — not enough to kill them; but enough to make them very toxic. Then the rats were divided into two groups, where one group was given food and water, and the other group was given the same food and water plus a homeopathic (diluted) dose of the arsenic.

Over the next several days the urine and feces of both rat groups were analysed to measure the release of arsenic. In the group that just received food and water, there was a very minimal release of arsenic (most of it stayed in the rats' body). For the group that received the homeopathic dose of arsenic, there was a substantial amount of arsenic found released throught the rats' urine and feces.

A study of the effect of decimal and centesimal dilutions of arsenic

More Research in Homeopathy

 

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