Why do we do it? The pleasure of overindulgence is short-lived and quickly followed by nausea, bloating, flatulence, cramping, or heartburn. Fortunately, symptoms like these can be relieved with the right remedy and the following list is a good place to start.
Tremor, sweating, hallucinations, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and heart or liver disease go hand in hand with alcoholism. This addiction can be tackled by conventional or homeopathic approaches but how, and what are the risks and benefits?
It’s a transition all women make as they reach their 40s and 50s but the experience is better for some than others. Hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness, low libido, joint and muscle aches and pains can be helped with homeopathy.
Do you know the difference between a simple acute problem and a chronic health complaint? One can self-treated at home, the other best managed by a trained prescriber. Learn the difference between the two.
An anal fistula is as unpleasant as it sounds. A small tunnel that is easily infected develops between the bowel and skin near the anus. It’s uncomfortable, painful, smelly and bowel movements may be difficult to control. Here are some key remedies for this difficult problem.
Alopecia, or hair loss, may appear as bald spots on the scalp or affect the whole body. When caused by an autoimmune disorder the hair usually regrows over 3 months but sometimes the loss is permanent. Here’s a list of important homeopathic remedies for this problem.
Common Names: Ledum; marsh Labrador tea; wild rosemary. General Information Ledum palustre (Led.) is an important remedy for puncture wounds from stings, bites, or nail or thorn penetration. The affected …
Do you know a therapist (any modality) who prescribes homeopathic remedies? If so, this article may be of interest. Without full training in homeopathy (a 3-4 year course), treatments provided will be no better than what you can achieve with a little googling.
We can minimise the risk of colds and flu with simple lifestyle changes such as sleeping and eating well, and avoiding sugar but what do we do if we’ve already come down with one? Here’s list of handy go-to remedies to help.