I have been a qualified allopath and thus was rather skeptic of the treatment of Malaria by Homoeopathic drugs. Moreover being a pathologist by Homoeopathic drugs. Moreover being a pathologist myself I never say that Malaria could be cured and that the parasites could disappear without the administration of anti- malarial chemotherapeutic that homoeopathic drugs change the constitution in such a way that malaria parasites cannot thrive.
Mr. X came to me for treatment. On the first and second attack I gave the remedies according to indications but there was no effect. The third attack was typical. Chill between 10 & 11 a.m. headache, thirst & Constipation. I took his blood for examination and gave a dose of Nat. Mur. 200 to be taken next morning. I examined the blood and found that malarial Parasites were present. I was ready to give him in injection of quinine provided Nat. M. had not acted. But to my surprise and satisfaction he did not get any fever for about a week. I examined his blood again, there were no parasites.
A boy aged 6 years was brought to me for vomiting and fever Ipec. Stopped the vomiting, but he was getting fever every other day. I examined his blood. Malarial parasites were present. On the indication that he was getting fever bet 10 & 11 a.m. I administered a dose Nat. Mur. 200. Fever stopped. Examined his blood again after a week. No parasites present. I examined after a month and found that his spleen also had reduced in size. He used to get frequent cough & cold. That also has stopped. He looks much hale and hearty now.
Another case was treated with Nux Vom. 200. The indication in this case was, “could no uncover without feeling chilly even with high fever.”.
Allopathic literature is now admitting that quinine only suppresses the attacks. The malarial Parasites in peripheral blood are only a phase of the malarial cycle. The parent germs are somewhere in the liver and as yet no medicine has been discovered against it.
I have told these results to my allopathic friends, but these people only “fold their eyes and plug their ears” and say it was mere coincidence. But Nash says coincidences are more common in Homoeopathy than any other science.