Sammuel Hahnemann created homeopathy in the late XVIIIth Century as an alternative to the conventional medical practice of those days, such as bloodletting. Today, traditional allopathic medicine faces high tech, mainly high and ultra-high frequency applications, associated with cell phones; stress and depressive health problems have become very common. Rheumatic fever, mainly in children, is another of these health problems. Traditional allopathic medicine recurs to drugs to try to solve these problems, but patients rapidly increase their dependency on these very
dangerous substances and health problems increase, instead of diminishing.