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From: Edward Andrews <>
Subject: Re: [Scotch-Irish] a small mention in a large book
Date: Mon, 02 Dec 2002 16:45:21 +0000
Charles A. Wyly wrote:
It taught some Homeopathy- as
> some is used today on the Queen of England.
She isn't "The Queen of England", she is the Queen of the United Kingdom
of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. She is also the Queen of Canada,
Australia and a number of other countries.
> Several of the Royalty have been given daily minute doses of Arsenic to
> make theitr Immune system stronger. for many years. Naturopaths and
> Homeopathic Medicine is frowned on by the American Medical Association
> and certification laws vary from State to State. Osteopathic Physicians
> and Surgeons are accepted by many Hospitals- University of North Texas
> bought the Fort Worth School of Osteopathic Medicine and hospital and
> their Doctors are accepted by most hospitals, unlike 30 years ago when
> they could not practice in some city- County hospitals.
No Homeopathic medicine is not restricted to royalty, it is available in
Scotland on the National Health Service, and there is a Homeopathic
Hospital in Glasgow.
The theory is that you are given a small dose of a substance which
would mimic the symptoms of the disease. It actually works.
> Some Scots were sent by the English to Ireland to occupy space left by
> epidemics- they were forced to immigrate, esp the Quaker and others not
> members of a State Church.
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