The answer is yes and no. Learn the what, when, and why of Bach flower remedies – how they’re similar to homeopathy, and their areas of difference.
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Research and clinical experience tells us homeopathy helps traumatic brain injury – even when that injury is of many years duration. Here’s one such study.
Data from the ‘proving’ (homeopathic trial) of homeopathically-prepared alcohol showed it produced (and so treats) symptoms similar to those of intoxication and drunkenness.
Barry suffered from sinusitis, headaches, hay fever, high blood pressure, rising PSA levels, insomnia and anxiety. They improved with one remedy – but which one and why?
“When children who have never been exposed to sexual matters start to behave inappropriately, parents are obviously concerned and confused.” One particular remedy may help.
For those who still doubt there’s anything to homeopathy, here’s a simple experiment to try at home. All you need are a few bean seeds and one remedy – you can even make it yourself.
The two main reasons people give for using homeopathy is that it’s safe and it works. But what about those with a wheat or dairy intolerance – can they still use it?
Beth had arthritic pain, Marg was troubled by hot flushes and angina, Agir lacked motivation, and Betsy the dog suffered from flea-bite allergy. They were all helped by the one remedy.
A retired doctor tells how with a little knowledge, patience and practice, amazing results are achieved with homeopathy.