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“My sheep have had fly strike as well as lice. Is there any homeopathic remedy for these conditions? If so, how do I administer it to them?” Read the answer to this and other questions.
Did you know that remedies can be taken not just by mouth but also by a quick sniff through the nose? It’s true, and it’s called olfaction dosing. Here’s why it’s used.
In homeopathy, Digitalis Purpurea is used for a slow pulse – especially if an enlarged prostate, urinary problems or hepatitis are also present.
The active ingredients of remedies can’t be measured by weight so homeopathy turns to ancient Rome for a little help.
Doctors are using trace amounts of peanuts to cure anaphylactic peanut allergies in children. Sounds a lot like homeopathy to us.
“He experiments on healthy volunteers to uncover the symptoms a remedy causes because, based on the principle of ‘like cures like’, what a remedy causes it can also cure.”
Nux moschata: Who would have thought that nutmeg could help confusion, sleepiness, and a dry mouth or eyes when turned into a homeopathic remedy?
Old age brings its share of challenges – many of them related to health. Read how this grandmother’s Alzheimer’s and subsequent stroke were treated with homeopathy.