A few years back – and maybe we should do it again – we invited people to tell us in 250 words or less why they loved homeopathy. Here are their stories.
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Doctors are using trace amounts of peanuts to cure anaphylactic peanut allergies in children. Sounds a little like ‘homeopathy’.
Individualised homeopathy improved the severity of asthma in these Egyptian children: they had fewer attacks, less night waking, medication was reduced, and more.
Actium the budgerigar had a lipoma – a fatty tumour growing on his chest. The vet said surgery would be risky and likely result in death so homeopathy was used instead. What a result!
In this study, homeopathy demonstrated a similar effect to chemotherapy on breast cancer cells, and without injuring normal cells.
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.
At 65-years, Brian was suffering from crippling anxiety, digestive bloating, colic, profuse sweating, dry flaking skin, back pain and poor sleep. One remedy made a big difference.
How is homeopathy different to other therapies? We compare it to Bach flowers, tissue salts, herbs, and others to help explain the differences.
Alex’s Mum says, “… we could see a definite improvement after each dose, followed by a general decline just prior to needing his next dose, so we knew it was the remedy…”