Scientists re-invent Homeopathic Bowel Nosodes as ‘Fecal Microbiota Transplantation’


Scientists have brilliantly re-invented Homeopathic Bowel Nosodes… only a century or so after Dr Bach (yes, the same guy that invented Rescue Remedy and the Bach Flower Remedies) demonstrated that our bowel flora is closely connected with illness.

Dr Bach initially started treating people using material doses of bowel flora, just like Aroniadis et al (the authors of the study below). However he ultimately discovered that homeopathic remedies made from these materials were much more effective. He, and his successor Dr Paterson, have left us with the legacy of ten or so remedies collectively known as The Bowel Nosodes. They are a neglected group of remedies, even though Dr Paterson’s team at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital used them to treat over 20,000 people with great success. This work was all meticulously recorded, though I fear it may be mouldering in some damp NHS basement nowadays, unexamined and mostly forgotten.

In my opinion these remedies are very important in the effective treatment of today’s autism epidemic, and I feel that we homeopaths owe a great debt to our forebears…so thank you for these gifts Doctors Bach and Paterson. It is my intention to reintroduce these wonderful remedies to more widespread use.

I find the bowel nosodes invaluable in rebalancing a child’s gut flora, normalising bowel function, assisting the body detoxing heavy metals in a gentle way, and fantastic in dealing with psychological symptoms such as anxiety or rage.

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4 Responses to Scientists re-invent Homeopathic Bowel Nosodes as ‘Fecal Microbiota Transplantation’

  1. Tracy McIvor November 18, 2013 at 7:33 pm #

    Hello Alan, I have IBD and have been trying to heal myself naturally for 8-9 years, with some medical intervention when I was in very critical states. I have been in a private Facebook Group called Fecal Microbiota Transplants for awhile now and have been considering doing transplants myself at home with a donor. There are a lot of people on this site trying to cure many different conditions that they feel are due to an imbalance in their gut bacteria. A link to your article about the “Bowel Nosodes” was posted today as people were asking about Homeopathy. You would have an opportunity to share your knowledge in this area if you were to join this Forum. As I do believe my bacteria was compromised after heavy antibiotics after a dental surgery infection, I am very interested in your protocols. I did try Homepathy about 6 years ago and didn’t see any improvements, but know having the right remedy/remedies can have profound affects for so many conditions. Warmest regards, Tracy McIvor

    • Alan Freestone November 18, 2013 at 8:31 pm #

      Hi Tracy
      Lovely to hear from you. I have sent you an email, I’d be very interested in joining the Facebook group.
      Kind regards

  2. Peggy November 19, 2013 at 4:04 am #

    I too am a member of the FMT Facebook group and am interested in this protocol. Please share.

    • Alan Freestone November 19, 2013 at 7:54 am #

      Hi Peggy,
      It might be more useful to share my methods on the FMT group rather than here?
      Kind regards

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