Scientific Articles and Studies


A comment on "Attention Deficit Disorder from an Anthroposophical Point of View" A response to the article "Attention Deficit Disorder from an Anthroposophical Point of View" by Walter Pohl in the issue of 4/2002
A Pilot Study in Homeopathic and Anthroposophical Treatment of Stroke In a retrospective pilot study with 172 patients, two complementary treatment approaches–one homeopathic, the other following a WALA anthroposophic treatment–were compared as to their possible efficacy in treating the sequelae of stroke. In both groups, the treatment consisted chiefly in the use of snake poisons and arnica in homeopathic doses. A slightly better result was found with the homeopathic approach. This practical experience made it possible to take the further step of designing a therapeutic schema that proves effective in practice while respecting both approaches–the need of anthroposophical medicine for a pathophysiological rationale and the need of homeopathy for an individualized treatment.
Anthropsophical Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis This paper was originally written as a chapter for a textbook to be published at the Deutscher Apotheker Verlag. Since it is intended for doctors and pharmacists who may or may not be familiar with Anthroposophy, it first introduces the reader to a conception of the nervous system originally developed by Rudolf Steiner and Ita Wegman. Current scientific findings are then considered in relation to this. Finally, the attempt is made to develop insight into multiple sclerosis and to describe and evaluate current approaches to treatment, adding suggestions for differentiated anthroposophical treatment based on relatively intensive treatment experience with a total of 200 patients.
Attention Deficit Disorder from an Anthroposophical Point of View AD/HD is a controversial phenomenon with no certain etiology. Based on Rudolf Steiner's Curative Course, the disorder is explored with reference to the development of movement. This approach points the way towards new and understandable therapeutic avenues.
Attention Deficit Disorder with and without Hyperactivity
Autoimmune Diseases
Coronary Heart Diseases
Depressive Disorders: Insights and Therapies using Anthroposophic Remedies and External Applications
Diabetes mellitus from the Perspective of Anthroposophical Medicine
Diseases of the Spine
Ferrum Phosphoricum (Infludoron) Study
Iscador Qu for chronic hepatitis C: an exploratory study Iscador Qu for chronic hepatitis C: an exploratory study. By K.J. Tusenius, J.M. Spoek, C.W. Kramers

Category: Hepatitis

Published by `Complementary Therapies in Medicine' on 1/1/2001

Summary: Iscador may have potential as a non toxic therapy for chronic hepatitis C treatment.

Neem as a Low-risk Alternative Treatment for Head Lice Judging by the fourth plague called down upon the Egyptians (Exodus 8:17), lice appear to be an ancient affliction of humanity. At that time their appearance was expected to bring about a change of heart (unsuccessfully), while in our times we are primarily concerned with external measures for ridding ourselves of them...
Nicotiana tabacum as a homeopathic remedy
Rheumatology Contributions to an Extension of Medicine
Skin Diseases
What Task does Chronic Illness Pose to the Human Being?

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