september greetings

There’s a chill in the air and I’m looking forward to the smell of wood smoke, falling leaves, and wrapping up warmly. After a busy few weeks over the summer I’m glad to say I’m now permanently back in this space, blogging at least once a week. I’m quite happy to be tucked up in my warm office writing blogs today!  I’m excited about all the possibilities. I will shortly be starting a Remedy of the Month article which will focus on a useful remedy that can easily be used [...] Read more…

birth story…

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For anyone who is about to have a baby, actually for anyone at all, I highly recommend the book Spiritual Midwifery. Full of positive birth stories and sound advice - it is a classic. It was written by Ina May Gaskin, one of The Farm Midwives. This group was a ‘…spirited group of women who taught themselves how to deliver babies on a 1970s hippie commune, rescued modern midwifery from extinction, and changed the way a generation thought about childbirth.’ This is the trailer to the film they have made about their experiences. It [...] Read more…

measles epidemic

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Measles is a hot topic at the moment. But how to treat it homeopathically if you suspect your child is infected? Have a look at the following remedies below but seek advice from your health care provider if you are concerned. I highly recommend an excellent article by Miranda Castro on her website entitled Homeopathy for Childhood Illnesses. She is hugely supportive of the emotions parents go through when faced with a childhood illness such as measles. She gives a lot of information and goes on to recommend how to [...] Read more…

The Society of Homeopaths: pleased to be a member!

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I am very pleased to be a member of the Society of Homeopaths. The Society is the largest register of Homeopaths in the UK. It aims to promote high quality homeopathic healthcare for all. More specifically: To develop and maintain high standards for the practice of homeopathy. That homeopaths registered with the Society practice to the Society’s standards and it’s code of ethics and practice. To protect the public’s freedom to have homeopathic treatment now and in the future. To promote public awareness of homeopathy and encourages it’s good use [...] Read more…

Why Arnica Homeopathy?

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I chose Arnica as the name and symbol for the practice because the strength and breadth of action of this herb has always held me in awe. Arnica Montana, the mountain daisy with beautiful golden flowers are like miniature suns radiating their healing potential. Arnica is the first remedy to think of if you have had any kind of physical injury. It can be applied in herbal preparation – easily bought from most chemists as a cream or tincture to be applied directly onto bruised or injured areas (but do [...] Read more…