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Jeremy Sherr – Germanium
Jeremy Sherr begins his session illustrating a case of his student who had been unwell for a while. He describes the case in great detail and his concern to help him out of his state. His patient had been treated with several homeopathic remedies but none of them seemed to help him much. While Jeremy was proving Germanium, he underwent peculiar state of mind along with a set of characteristic signs and symptoms which immediately reminded him of his student and eventually he gave him a single dose of Germanium 30. He was amazed to see the miraculous result of the remedy. The remedy has made a great deal of difference to the patient which can be seen in his follow up and likewise became an asset for homeopathy.
Jeremy has stated some interesting facts about Germanium. Germanium was used therapeutically as it possessed antioxidant properties and was used for enrichment of oxygen in the 80’s. It was used extensively for the treatment of various diseases. He also talks at length about a Japanese scientist who discovered traces of Germanium in various plants like Aloe, Ginseng, Wisteria, Aloe, Camphor and Garlic. Germanium was found have immune-enhancing properties by which it empowered the immune system to battle diseases like cancer, AIDS and Rheumatoid arthritis. He further enlightens upon the pharmacological use of Germanium in various conditions and the modus operandi of the drug. He also talks about the availability of Germanium in the earth’s crust. It is used semi-conductor of electricity and hence used to electronic industry along with silica. Finally he talks about the poisoning and toxicological of the drug. Germanium can have serious effects on the body affecting the muscular and nervous system leading to cerebral ataxia, neuropathy, sepsis, cranial nerve atrophy and paralysis resulting in death. It also causes hepatic and renal failure. Further he gives interesting differentiation between Germanium and other remedies rendering indelible knowledge for students.