The Queen's chemist has been condemned as "dangerous and irresponsible" for claiming that homeopathic remedies can provide a "complete alternative to the vaccine."
Ainsworths, who has two real arrest warrants, prints and sells a book for new mothers that says homeopathy "will strengthen the child's immune system more skillfully than any vaccine."
The 114-page guide, which has the Queen and Prince of Wales coat of arms printed on its cover, also states that infectious diseases preventable by vaccination, including mumps and measles, can be treated homeopathically.
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In addition, the pharmacy sells tablets that often promote other homeopaths as vaccine alternatives for diseases such as measles, polio and meningitis.
Last night, leading doctors criticized Ainsworths for promoting "irresponsible propaganda against vaccines" and putting children's health at risk. Now he faces orders for his royal orders, which means he has supplied products to the two royal homes for five years, so that they can be removed.
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The revelation comes after Simon Stevens, the head of NHS England, warned yesterday that homeopaths are spreading "wrong information" about the beats that represent "a significant danger to human health."
Two weeks ago, the Daily Mail launched an important campaign to improve the application of childhood vaccines amid growing cases of measles and mumps.
We bought a copy of Ainsworths' book, called Prescriber of Remedies for Mothers and Children. The guide, which costs £ 4.95, promises "to help parents overcome the emotional and physical challenges of pregnancy, childbirth and the baby / baby stages".
Ainsworths homeopathic pharmacy, which has two royal arrest warrants, in Marylebone, London
In a section entitled "Vaccination," the "self-help" booklet says: "Homeopathy was the precursor to conventional vaccination and offers the clearest answer on how to deal with disease prevention."
‘Homeopathy offers two clear options for mothers who face the emotional pressure of vaccinating their children, allowing for a well-considered and safe outcome. The first is a complete alternative to vaccination, the second is a means of limiting damage due to the harmful effects of conventional vaccines administered. "
He goes on to explain how "remedies based on childhood diseases" such as measles, mumps, rubella, polio and meningitis can form "an alternative preventive program."
The executive director of NHS England, Simon Stevens (pictured), launched an open attack on the homeopathy industry.
The book states that these "will strengthen the child's immune system more skillfully than any vaccine." It lists seven clinically unproven homeopathic remedies for measles, including aconite, which says "it is a remedy for the early stages of measles," and pulsatilla calling "is one of the most important remedies for measles."
Separately, Ainsworths also sells substances online that other homeopaths say they provide "natural immunity" against infectious diseases, including measles.
The pharmacy makes no claim on its website about what substances should be used for. However, they are all used in a practice called homeoprophylaxis, which involves administering small doses of diseased tissue called "nosodes."
Critics say this amounts to "dangerous quackery" and that the pills are typically so diluted that there is not a single molecule of the substance left. They include the morbilino, promoted as an alternative to measles prick, and a "nosio polio" and a "nosode meningeoma," promoted by some homeopaths as "natural" ways to prevent polio and meningitis.
Ainsworths continues to sell the remedies despite the fact that the government's medicine control agency, the MHRA, took action against it in 2013, with the aim of ensuring that it was no longer "advertising homeopathic products as alternative treatments to conventional vaccines tested. ". The labels have now been changed and no longer contain the word vaccine.
Last night, leading doctors accused Ainsworth of spreading "dangerous misinformation."
Edzard Ernst, professor emeritus of complementary medicine at the University of Exeter, said his royal orders should be withdrawn "as a matter of urgency."
Yesterday's mail: NHS England executive president Simon Stevens accused practitioners of spreading toxic "wrong information" about the blows, representing "a significant danger to human health."
He added: ‘Ainsworths has a long history of promoting the most irresponsible vaccination propaganda … It is difficult to think of a company in the United Kingdom for which the royal orders are less justified.
"Homeopathic remedies that are sold as an alternative to adequate vaccines are not only ineffective, they are a serious danger to public health."
Michael Marshall of the Good Thinking Society scientific charity said: "It is enormously dangerous for organizations like Ainsworths to spread this misinformation that homeopathy is a credible alternative to vaccines."
‘They are using the reputation and legitimacy of the royal crest to spread the disinformation of the vaccine. If you are the father of a small child, you will see the royal crest there and think that the royal family supports and supports it. "
Marshall added: home Homeopathic remedies contain no active ingredients at all. They are so diluted that they contain virtually nothing but sugar and water, that will not prevent me from getting measles. "
Experts say that although homeopathy is not harmful in itself, parents who give up vaccination in favor of homeopathic alternatives reduce the immunity of the herd, which puts their own children and others at risk of contracting diseases, including measles.
Ainsworths has previously been criticized for selling treatments that include a "regrettable" homeopathic remedy that is said to contain the essence of the Berlin Wall that, he said, helped treat depression.
Ainsworths, Buckingham Palace and Clarence House declined to comment.
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Excerpt from Ainsworth's self-help guide: Prescriber of remedies for mothers and children, on vaccination
& # 39; Vaccination is a very personal problem and should be carefully considered taking into account all factors. Conventional medicine has very little to offer for childhood diseases caused by viruses and some bacteria such as diphtheria, polio, tetanus, whooping cough, meningitis, measles, mumps, rubella and tuberculosis.
& # 39; The medical establishment believes that prevention is better than the treatment of these diseases, encouraging mothers to vaccinate their children to avoid life-threatening problems … However, it does not take into account the experience or knowledge of Homeopathy It is a pity, since homeopathy was the precursor to conventional vaccination and offers the clearest answer on how to treat disease prevention.
& # 39; Homeopathy offers two clear options for mothers who face the emotional pressure of vaccinating their children, allowing for a well-considered and safe outcome.
& # 39; The first is as a complete alternative to vaccination, the second is a means of limiting damage due to the harmful effects of conventional vaccines administered … For mothers who wish to vaccinate their children, but have concerns about The short or long term. Long-term effects of vaccines, there are remedies available to help.
"The homeopathic alternative to vaccination focuses on improving the child's health with constitutional remedies … The individually chosen constitutional remedy has a broad spectrum and will strengthen the child's immune system more skillfully than any vaccine."