Spring has officially arrived :)
The clocks have gone forward, the landscape is bright and the flowers and trees are beginning to blossom. Yay!
Except, are you someone who is desperate to enjoy the sun but is stuck indoors for fear of a streaming or blocked nose, violent sneezing and itching eyes? Read More
Getting an acute illness or infections never convenient, is it? Colds, coughs, sore throats and so on have an annoying habit of occurring just as we are preparing to deliver an important speech, sit an exam or take part in a socially important event Or we are simply too busy at work 'to be ill'. Read More
Whilst surfing the internet one day, I came across an article that really left an impression on me. It was written in a way that I aspire to myself, as it was not only engagingly and intelligently written, but also showed that it was indeed possible to be persuaded that homeopathy works, even if once upon a time you didn’t believe it. Read More
I love homeopathy because it is extremely safe, very effective and is made from natural ingredients.
- It works by taking a holistic view of a person’s symptoms, which in practical terms means that the underlying causes are treated, not just the visible signs.
Health officials are telling us that this year's seasonal flu vaccine isn't protecting people from the main strain of flu, with evidence revealing that the jab is only preventing three out of every 100 vaccinated people from developing the symptoms, whereas normally the flu jab works in 50 out of every 100. (www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-31145604)
So even if you usually rely on an annual flu shot, this year's statistics are revealing that you're still likely to be vulnerable, vaccinated or not. Read More
This article first appeared in an Ezine by the Centre for Homeopathic Education (CHE) in June 2014. CHE Alumni Tina Neumann tells us about her homeopathic clinic in south London for asylum seekers. "My association with Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers began back in January 2011. I had gained a CELTA certificate to teach English to speakers of other languages (ESOL). I figured that a voluntary position, one day a week, would complement my existing 2 days a week private homeopathy practice and my busy family life. Following up an introduction from my teacher training school, I began working with SDCAS. Read More