Most warts disappear with time but if you want to hurry them along, homeopathy can help – and in more ways than one. See which remedies, and how.
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Why do we do it? Overindulgence is often followed by nausea, bloating, flatulence, or cramping. Fortunately, these symptoms can be relieved with the right remedy.
For those who doubt, here’s a simple homeopathic experiment to try at home. All you need are a few bean seeds and one remedy – you can even make the remedy yourself.
Gold medal winner Usain Bolt is a big fan of homeopathy – it’s been a part of his treatment plan for years and he credits it for his rapid returns to running after serious injuries.
Here’s a short list of key remedies for this annoying problem. They’re easily given to infants when prepared as sugar pills or mild-tasting drops.
People with kidney stones usually become homeopathy enthusiasts when a remedy ‘magically’ stops their renal colic, helps them pass the stone, or even dissolves it.
A doctor discusses 13 remedies out of many he uses for hypertension. Answers to questions are provided including how homeopathy is integrated with conventional treatments
Post-surgical pain, impetigo, vaccinosis, balanitis, and symptom suppression were successfully treated with homeopathy by these clever doctors. Here are their case reports.
Conventional stimulants used for ADHD (which increase restlessness in healthy people) work on the like-treats-like principle of homeopathy but lack the safety.