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Lost Arts Radio Show #283 - Special Guest Ananda More

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A few years ago, I had the privilege of attending a screening of Ananda More's great documentary on homeopathy, called Magic Pills. It was the story of homeopathy, and the massive good it is doing for so many people in the world today. I wanted to get Ananda on the show. But her schedule did not allow it and somehow we never got it worked out after that. Until now. This Sunday we will finally have the chance to hear from the creator of Magic Pills, about what homeopathy really is and how we can all take advantage of the health benefits it offers, with no downside, no negative effects, no risk of harm. In other words, what real medicine is supposed to be ("First, do no harm." – Hippocrates).

Homeopathy is a system of medicine first developed in 1796 in Germany by Samuel Hahnemann. It uses ultra-dilute remedies that are essentially plain water (no harmful effects), but carry the energy pattern of the substance they were made with before it was diluted down to non-detectable levels. That energy imprint is what its practitioners say the healing comes from. Ananda's movie is filmed on site in multiple countries including Tanzania, India and Cuba, showing real-life use of homeopathy by people with a wide range of health issues. You can see the movie at

See for yourself what happens to real people in the movie being treated with homeopathy. Ananda More has a practice in Toronto, and she does online as well as in-person appointments ( Homeopathy is seen as unwanted competition by the allopathic medical system, and is under attack by "health" authorities and agencies in the U.S. and elsewhere. Many of the people who have seen the benefits are trying to protect access to practitioners, believing that what healing system we use on our own bodies is obviously up to us, not medical authorities.