The Safari for the Homeopathic Elephants

Date: 8th, 9th & 10th March 2019

Venue: CHE, Bloomsbury Square, London

The Safari for the Homeopathic Elephants


“Many concepts that are taught about homeopathy are based on the writings and quotes of our respected old masters; they have often become icons and idols that no one in his right mind dares to question lest he been ostracised, called a traitor and a mongrel…and yet, when asked respectfully to explain in today’s terms what it is, how it works, why and when, there is at best an embarrassed silence. This has annoyed me, to stay polite, since the very beginning, so I decided to tackle those issues many years ago; this is the end result…for now.” 

Dr. Joe. Rozencwajg, NMD

In this London seminar, Dr Joe Rozencwaig will discuss and explore his views on 7 areas of homeopathy that he feels need to be discussed and debated within the homeopathic profession. Dr Joe will answer any questions you may have.


The Centre for Homeopathic Education,12 Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2LP


8th, 9th & 10th March 2019

10.00am – 5.00pm


What You Will Learn


During the seminar, Dr Joe will cover:

Friday 8th March 2019


How do you choose a potency?

How do you decide which one to use?

What criteria do you use for repetition, change?

Why X or C or LM?

What to do when it does not work?

All questions those of us who participate in discussion lists are confronted almost daily. There are answers to those questions that all lead to the need for a different way based on a Law of Nature. Those are the Fibonacci potencies.

Thirteen years of experience and more than 1500 personal prescriptions make this new system valid, simple, safe and deep acting.


Another holy cow with vague definitions and ancient concepts, yet Hahnemann was right, well almost, but he did not have the tools to explain his understanding and concept of miasm.

We will do that based on modern science with today’s knowledge and recent wording that bring into the realm of scientific medicine.

Saturday & Sunday 9th & 10th March 2019


That is a practical, hands-on workshop teaching the basic elementary concepts of Chinese Medicine physiology and diagnosis leading to the use of tongue and pulse examination during a consultation, helping to chose the correct remedy according to the physiological state of the patient.


The recent Royal Society conference in London was very much focused on water physics and how our ultra-diluted remedies’ information is stored in water and globules.

But how do the remedies act on a cellular or organ level?

How are they transmitted to their target organ(s)?

Is there a common pathway that would work for all forms of medicating medicine, from homeopathy to herbs to conventional drugs?

Hint, the answer is yes and it is presented here on its theoretical basis. It will not improve your practice but it will strengthen your confidence.

Prequel to Homeopathy

Preparing a patient to undergo treatment so that they can fully benefit.

Removing obstacles to cure before they appear and block the treatment.

Hastening recovery and cure.

There are ways of doing that in a systematic way, accelerating the healing process and obtaining faster and deeper results. Sound good?

Unicism, Pluralism, Complexism

The fight between single-dose wait and see practitioners and other approaches like multiple single remedies, complexes, started immediately while Hahnemann was still alive. It has unfortunately exposed the dark side of some practitioners who enjoy hunting and bullying those who do not toe the party line.

It is time to calm down, take stock of what those different approaches mean and what, if any, is their usefulness.

This promises to lead to an energetic but courteous discussion.

Flexibility in homeopathy

Time permitting, based on a couple of cases, we will discuss how other methods can or should be used in combination with homeopathy.

Are we to remain total purists?

Do we need to understand, study or at least have a vague idea what others do?


Are we really the ultimate in medicine?

Very much an open discussion and exchange of ideas than a lecture.

Learn From Leading Homeopathy Experts

Dr Joe Rozencwajg graduated from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles. Then he went into General Surgery, in Israel and Belgium; after that, he followed up with Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. After a course of Acupuncture at the ABMA he studied Homeopathy in different schools at the same time.

After a four years stint in South Africa during which he taught Medical Diagnostics at the Faculty of Chiropractic and Homeopathy in Durban, he returned to Israel where he worked for seven years for the National Health Service.

By now, J. Rozencwajg has his Doctorate in Medicine, a Doctorate in Naturopathy, a PhD in Homeopathy and a PhD in Natural Medicine, a Doctorate in Oriental Medicine, and a Doctorate in Osteopathy (Drugless). He has the post of Professor of Natural Medicine at Calamus International University.


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