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By Joe December 1st, 2017, under Uncategorized

A patient confirms after 8 months that she had her baby after following my protocol for Endometriosis and Chocolate Cysts.

By Joe November 29th, 2017, under Uncategorized

Another patient confirms after 8 months that she had her baby after she visited my Website and copied the protocol I have pioneered to treat Endometriosis and Chocolate Cysts with my “Joepathy”. This is the 6th Baby whom I can call my Grandchild.

• Angelic beauty says:
November 28, 2017 at 7:35 PM (Edit)
Dear sir im posting my story on request of my friend snow white. I belong to a country where these sort of problems cinsidered very confidential and girls usually feel shame to open such issues so im not mentioning my name. I got diagnosed with endometriosis in 2011 but didnt take any treatment. Three yeras later i got married and tried for baby but i failed to concieve. In the same time my periods pain and bleeding got worst. My doctor operated me and removed the cyst.but my very next cycle was again very painful and i went to the doctor again and she told that my cyst came back within a month.i was so disheart i went to almost 10 different doctors and everyone recomended surgery. I tried different hormonal pills but in vain. Then i googled homeo therapy for endometriosis and came to know about your i saw your default remedy and started trying as i knew it didnt have side effects. Amazingly within 1 year my pain and cyst go away and i concieved was unbelieveable for me as in aelopathic every doctor said its incurable disease but now im mother of 8 months old baby and i recomend everyone to use this therapy. God bless you and bundle of praerys for you as you are working for humanity without charging a single penny. May God grant you good health and long life sir.

• Joe says:
November 28, 2017 at 10:36 PM (Edit)
Thank you for confirming that your baby was born after you suffered many years of trauma from Endometriosis and Chocolate Cysts which your cured yourself by visiting my Website and following my default therapy aka “Joepathy”.

I am indeed delighted that you did so as your story in your own words will give other patients like you who visit my Website, the courage to use my therapy. It may also happen that they had been treated by allopathic physicians with surgery only to discover a few months or years later that the Chocolate Cysts are back again to add to their trauma.

You may like to know that your baby is the 6th that I am aware of and can consider as my Grandchild, who arrived after a few months of treatment by my therapy. I believe that there are many more who have visited my Website and used my “Joepathy” unknown to me to treat their Endometriosis and Chocolate Cysts and who were blessed with Babies.

You may not be aware that I am 88 years in age and it is just the satisfaction I get from treating cases like yours that keeps me motivated at my advanced age to help suffering humanity.

Feel free to consult me for any problems that your Baby may encounter later in life and I shall be glad to help him or her if and when you do so.

Patient conceives after 5 months treatment for Chocolate Cysts

By Joe November 10th, 2017, under Uncategorized

I am copying a post on the Homeopathy and More Forum that a friend and I founded about 15 years ago which is of interest.
I copy it below:

PCOS and Chocolate cyst…Joe De Livera By: homeo_works
May 13 2012
Hi Joe,


First of all let me thank you from the bottom of my heart. Your medicine for chocolate cyst worked wonders. Me and my wife had lost all hopes untill we came across your site. Let me give you an insight into our story.

On 25th of October 2010 I took her to a renowned Hospital as she had been diagnosed with Femoral Hernia. During the Ultrasound sonography, the doctor detected a 38mm cyst on the right ovary. No cyst on left ovary.Doctor suggested Lap surgery for femoral hernia & Ovarian Cyst puncturing both to be done together.

She was admitted on 15th November 2010 to Hospital for Laparoscopic Right Femoral hernia repair with Right Ovarian Endometrioma Exicision – Operation to be done on the same day

Post surgery, on 16th November 2010, doctor gave 1st dose of Zoladex injection to stop her monthly periods for some time. Again on 15th December 2010, 2nd dose of Zoladex injection was given. Her periods stopped from December 2010 till February 2011. Periods again started from February 2011.

From the month of February 2011 till March 2011, she started her fertility treatment which included injections to produce good quality egg, injections to rupture eggs, Letroz tablets followed by IUI (Intrauterine Insemination). We didnot get any success and not only was she unable to conceive but also the doctor during Ultrasound Sonography detected two new cyst on left ovary – 1.7cm x 1.5 cm and 1.4 cm x 1.3 cm Please note that this was just after one month after her surgery. Her doctor suggested a 2nd operation to remove the new cyst on the left ovary followed by IVF. My wife was completely uncomfortable to undergo a 2nd operation within a months time. So we decided to stop all fertility treatments and allow nature to take its course. (Please note that this was in the month of March 2011)

Since we were unable to conceive naturally, In the month July we visited a different doctor and a different hospital. This time during the ultrasound sonography doctor detected multiple cysts on both left and right ovary. Post surgery the cysts started spreading across. This doctor too suggested surgery to remove the cysts followed by IVF. We lost all hopes. Though my wife was completely uncomfortable to do a 2nd surgery so soon, however not seeing any other options she made up her mind for the same.

During this time as I was researching on the net, I came across your site and read few of the cases of Chocolate cyst treated by you. To be honest I was not really sure if we should try this option. However we decided that since there was nothing to loose lets us give it a shot. She consumed the two medications suggested by you i.e Bellis P – 30 and Arnica – 30 in wet doses.

She consumed this medicine for five months continuously and in the month of February 2012 she conceived. We were extremely glad. The next few visits to the doctor was very exciting. Tears rolled our eyes as we heard our baby’s first heart beats. It was an out of the world feeling. It was a great feeling and we couldn’t stop thanking you.

However unfortunately this month she miscarried after two months of pregnancy. The doctor said that she also has Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and hence she miscarried.

But our hopes are still alive as we know that she can conceive which never happened during the course of allopathic treatment. Thanks to you. May God bless you.

Post miscarriage I am continuing the medicine once again as we decided to give a two months gap before we try again. What do you suggest?

Also request you to help us with some medicine to prevent miscarriage and also treat PCOS.

Looking forward to your valuable advice. Please let me know if you need any additional information.

Many thanks for your wonderful work and may god bless u always for it.

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By Joe June 3rd, 2017, under Uncategorized

I am copying a report on potentizing Elephant’s Milk that I was associated with in 2008 which I discovered on the Homeopathy and More Forum of which I was a Founder Member. I am copying it on my own Website for purposes of record.

By: Joe De Livera
Sri Lanka
May 1 2008
I would like to record the process that we used to Triturate Elephant’s Milk (Lac Loxodonta Ceylanica) under the direction of a Homeopath from Switzerland who visited Sri Lanka a few days ago to obtain a sample of this Milk which was drawn from a lactating Elephant.

One drop of the milk is inserted on 3 gm Lactose (about 1 coffee spoonful) which is heaped on a sterilized porcelain mortar about 15 cm diameter. It is then ground into the lactose by the porcelain pestle which is rotated by hand for 6 minutes around the inside of the mortar which is covered evenly by the lactose. The smell of the drop of Elephant’s Milk was very noticeable at this stage and it pervaded the room throughout the trituration process.
The potency of the first trituration is considered as 1C
The lactose is collected into a heap by scraping the sides of the mortar and another 3 gm is added to the heap. The process is repeated for another 6 minutes and the powder collected into a heap.
The potency of the second trituration is considered as 2 C.
Another 3 gm is added and the process repeated for a further 6 minutes.
The potency of the second trituration is considered as 3 C.
The process is repeated for the 4th time and is considered as 4 C
1 gm is taken from the triturated lactose and inserted into 9 gm distilled water in a sterilized glass bottle with glass lid and is succussed by shaking hard in the hand for about 6 minutes. The remedy is considered to be 5 C.
The water is emptied and another 9 gm water inserted into the bottle and the process is continued. The droplets of water that adhere to the inside surface of the bottle is the starter for the higher potency. Each additional succussion is considered as 1 C higher on the potency scale.

When the required potency is reached the distilled water is replaced by 95% Ethanol which is succussed in the same manner and is used to potentize lactose pellets in the usual manner.

The potentized Elephant’s Milk has not been proved up to now but the Swiss expert is of opinion that it can help to pass on to the user the characteristics of the Elephant. Details of provings will be forwarded to me sometime in the future.

This process of Trituration with Lactose and later with Ethanol can be used to potentize any substance including plants when a tiny piece of a leaf or flower is used. It will be observed that this process will widen the catalogue of remedies that are now available in Homeopathy and it will be possible for those interested in the propagation of this science to potentize various remedies from plants that have been used in Ayurveda for centuries whose curative effects are already recorded.

It is my hope that others will continue this process that I have detailed above and will prove the remedies that they potentize and record their observations on a Forums like ours and share this information with the World Body of Homeopaths.

Joe De Livera
Sri Lanka

By: udaya kumar

May 1 2008
Dear Joe,
Thanks for the information.

One thing I would like to place on record here is what I have heard from my father as a child,around 45 years ago, about the use of elephant in medicines. I was told that my grand uncles were renowned vaidyas and doctors and my father was also good at medicines. I then had overheard what he was mentioning about a medicine. I cannot recollect now distinctly as to whether it was taken from its dung or from its teeth or from its hair on the tail. But, one of the parts of the elephant he mentioned as having extraordinary capacity in growing hair on a bald head.

And then he immediately added that there is one bad effect in it. i.e. the hair may come fast and stay there for some time but when the hair goes off, those places will be effected by Leucoderma, just the same way as the forehead and ears of the elephant are affected by Leucoderma.

That is a preparation in material dose. In the case of homeopathy, the effect should be reverse. And therefore, the effect of homeopathic doses of Lac Loxodonta Indianica should be a cure for Leucoderma! In that case it should be breakthrough as one medicine for all because that is going to be a Sarcode/Nosode.

It is also observed that the prevailence of Leucoderma has been on the rise in the recent years. Arsenic Sulph Flavum being a head reamedy, for Leucoderma (Vitiligo), we can easily conclude that it is a malady of miasmetic origin as both Arsenic and Sulphur together is able to control it. Arsenic and Sulphur BOTH being remedies which work against all the three miasms i.e. anti psoric, anti-syphlitic and anti-sycotic. And their area of function undoubtedly is stomach and skin. The intrinsic relationship in the case of Leucoderma therefore, is between stomach and skin. Also in all cases where I have checked with the person suffering from this malady, the person have been using excessive lemon, lemon water or citric juices and fond of milk and milk products. There is a need to establish these links.

“”””The potentized Elephant’s Milk has not been proved up to now but the Swiss expert is of opinion that it can help to pass on to the user the characteristics of the Elephant. Details of provings will be forwarded to me sometime in the future. ”””

Talking about the characteristics of the elephant, One thing I am sure about elephant is that it does not have any EGO neither about its power, its size or its intelligence. It is very pious animal and devoted to God and therefore in a higher plane of consciousness than human beings. Its milk is certainly required for many many modern men and women.

with regards. udaya

By: garcot
May 2 2008
Off all the living things in this world,

Elephants retain their memory longest.
because they have the biggest ( size)

Elephants never sleep ( that is a sad thing, Elephants need only about four hours rest each night and unless the animal is sick, it will not lie down to sleep.)

Elephants can run very long distances non stop

Elephants are very compassionate.

Elephants (some of them) develop leucoderma ( as Udaya said )

Elephants can recognise their enemy even after 12 years!

Elephants are herbivores and will spend up to 20 hours a day eating anywhere from 150 to 300kg of jungle fodder or 6 to 8% of their body weight in food each day. They have a simple digestive system with an unusual cylindrical shaped stomach that stores the food while it waits to be fermented by bacteria in the caecum. The combined length of the small and large intestines is about 100ft. (35m) and it takes about 24 hours to digest a meal. They only derive nutrition from about 45% of what they eat. They prefer feeding on grasses; however they will also eat large amounts of bark, roots and leaves. Understandably, when elephants come across cultivated crops this food becomes addicting and as a result leads to human elephant confrontations. As far as cultivated foods, they seem to prefer rice, bananas and sugar cane. It is like a child being let loose in a candy store.

Elephants have very small eyes compared to the rest of their sense organs.

Elephants normally move only in small groups. BEHAVIOR:

The basic social structure is made up of a family group consisting of 2 to 10 females and their offspring. It has been found that groups of 3 or less adult females with offspring are more stable than larger groups. Young males start to move out of the family group between the ages of 6 and 7 years old. Young males will associate with each other in transitory groups until they reach adulthood. When they become full-grown males they are solitary and only associate with a group when courting a female in estrus.
Elephants live as long as 70 years and above. ( A newborn calf weighs 200 pounds and stands about three feet tall at the shoulder. One of the first things a calf smells is the dung of the mother that is dropped shortly after the calf born; this associates her scent to her baby. The calf can stand two hours after birth and it will begin to suckle. The young are weaned at about 2 years old. Their rate of growth, the age at which they reach puberty, their life span, and their gerontic (last phase of life) progression is similar to that of man).

Elephant’s pass stools in large lumps.

The gestation period is 22 months and one or sometimes two calves are born.
females reach sexual maturity at about the age of 10. If conditions are difficult sexual maturity may be delayed several years.

Elephants have a pulse rate which is half that of humans. ( infact crocodiles have the lowest with 2 to 3 per minute (like in deep meditation) and they live upto 600 years)

Elephants by nature have rough skin and are generally on the darker side. The skin is about 1 inch (2.5cm) thick, however it is paper-thin on the insides of the ears, around the mouth and the anus. The skin contains no sweat glands and is soft to the touch. Skin care is an important part of an elephants lifestyle. Wallowing plays an integral role in elephant society; it also serves as a way to protect the skin from insect bites, sunburn and moisture loss. A bath is important to both captive and wild elephants. It not only cleans them, but is also relaxing to them.

Hearing: All elephants have acute hearing far superior to humans and their large ears act amplifiers. There is a knuckle found at the back of the ear, which is one of the softest parts of their bodies; mahouts, using their feet will steer or give commands to the animal. Elephants communication is rich in infrasound (ranging below what humans can hear) with sound traveling over many kilometers. These long distance infrasonic calls are used in times of stress, excitement, during separation and to relay sexual information. Elephants have have small eyes and poor eyesight so they can only see clearly up to about 30-40 feet (10m). Their sight tends to improve when they are in shaded areas. and have no canine teeth.

Teeth: Elephants do not have canine teeth but they have four high crowned molars with a complex structure for grinding their food. These teeth do not succeed one another vertically in the usual mammalian fashion, but come in successively from behind, one tooth at a time. Think of them like a conveyor belt moving slowly from back to front. When the foremost tooth is so worn down and is of no further use, it is pushed out, mostly in pieces and replaced at the rear by a new one. An elephant grows only six complete sets of these molars during its lifetime; the final set finishes growing in at about the age of 40. This method of replacing teeth prolongs their dentition until that age. Many elephants do reach the age of 60, but few elephants reach the age of 70 because the teeth will be worn down and decayed to the point of them not being able to eat any more resulting in death by slow starvation. A baby elephant will have two or three cheek teeth in each jaw quadrant. As it gets older, new and successively bigger teeth will form in back of these, slowly pushing them forward.

Hope the above facts help us to use the mental and physical patterns where this milk in potentised form may be required.


“wisdom in your body is deeper than your deepest philosophy”(Nietszche)
By: garcot
May 4 2008
Looks like, the potentised milk of an elephant would help in the following:

It would help in the following:

1. High Pulse rate / BP
2. Insomnia
3. Skin problems
4. It would help in Arthritis
5. Oversensitive to sounds
6. longivity
7. Elimination of Longterm Memory for negative impressions. ( depression?)
8. Lack of hunger

Some kind of proving would help us understand the effectiveness of this potentised milk.

Who will bell the cat?


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By Joe June 1st, 2017, under Uncategorized