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Using Homeopathy for ear infectionsread more
Patients with chronic conditions were asked to report how they felt after homeopathic treatment. On average, 70% of follow-up patients seen at the homeopathic hospitals report a positive outcome from homeopathic treatment.read more
Every breastfeeding woman has heard of the dreaded mastitis – these are the most common remedies used to help this condition, with no adverse effects for Mum or Baby.read more
Dr Peter Fisher, Director of Research at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine explains the value of homeopathy in children’s upper respiratory tract and other conditions.read more
Bellis Perennis or common daisy, is especially useful for helping with symptoms resulting from knocks or sprains. Similar to its better known cousin Arnica.read more
Co Meath winner of draw for Homeopathy kit absolutely thrilled!read more
He was sceptical about homeopathy so he gave his German friend the cow on the farm suffering the worst bout of mastitis to treat, while he resorted to conventional antibiotics for other cows. However, he admits to rethinking his position after the homeopathy-treated cow recovered within a week.read more
WHO Antibiotic Awareness Week 16-22 November 2015. Antibiotic resistance has become a global health problem. Over-use and mis-use of antibiotics has caused the development of lethal antibiotic resistant micro-organisms. Can homeopathy serve as an alternative?read more
The weather is changing and winter coughs won’t be far behind!
Homeopathic remedies can be very helpful in dealing with coughs. The key is to match the symptoms of the cough to the symptom picture of the remedy.
The following are some of the most commonly prescribed cough remedies:
Aconite – Croupy, dry, barking, irritating, short, tickling cough. The cough often starts in the evening having been out in a cold, dry wind during the day. This remedy works best if taken within 24hrs of the onset of the cough.read more
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