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the latest Treating your Family with Homeopathy course

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The latest course from Arnica Homeopathy! TREATING YOUR FAMILY WITH HOMEOPATHY On the four Thursday mornings in March 10am to 12pm (3rd, 10th 17th and 24th of March) To be held at Krowji Arts Centre, Redruth. A four week course empowering you to prescribe homeopathy effectively and safely for yourself and your family. Topics covered: What is homeopathy? How does homeopathy work? Buying and using a homeopathy kit Introduction to the 38 most useful remedies Selecting the right remedy More advanced remedy selection Remedy potency (or strength) When to call [...] Read more…

great feedback from the last course

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I loved this course. It was very helpful, easy to follow and understand. Karenza is a lovely, patient and great teacher. I highly recommend it! Julie Allen – Redruth Friendly, very helpful course. Very interesting and nice resources. Charlotte I found the course very informative. It was good to start from the very basics. Happy with all of the information that I have received. Feel confident that I can develop this knowledge to be able to treat myself an my family as and when I need to for any minor [...] Read more…

arnica homeopathy moves to Cornwall

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Arnica Homeopathy has moved to Cornwall. This is a very exciting time for us – moving to Cornwall is a return to my roots, I was born and grew up in the lovely village of Mullion. However, this time I’m returning to the Redruth area and will serve most of West Cornwall with home visits. It was a difficult decision to leave many patients and friends in Hereford, but also a very positive one for myself and my family, and I’m happy to say a number of patients have decided to [...] Read more…

now practicing at Hereford Clinic of Osteopathy and Complementary Medicine

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I am pleased to announce that I am now working at Hereford Clinic of Osteopathy and Complementary Medicine in Hereford. It is a lovely spacious clinic with a good atmosphere. The clinic was establishes in 1975 by the renowned osteopath Nicolas Handoll. For more information see the clinic website here. As usual I am available to see patients from 9:30 Monday to Thursday mornings. Hope to see you there soon. Wishing you and your families a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year. Karenza Read more…

as the practice develops…

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I can happily report that practice is going very well here at Arnica Homeopathy. Since restarting practice in July patient numbers have been increasing steadily. It has been a wonderful experience to meet new people and create new relationships. I have to admit that I have been neglecting this blog space. As practice increases I unfortunately have less time to be here. I’m still aiming at one blog per week ideally and certainly at least one every fortnight. So do return and see what’s happening. For more regular updates in the world [...] Read more…

imagine a world with homeopathic hospitals

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Well look no further… Surely one of the best kept secrets of the NHS. There are four homeopathic hospitals funded by the NHS in the UK. These hospitals are in Bristol, London, Glasgow and Liverpool. Homeopathy is not just another alternative therapy but has been declared by the World Health Organisation as the second most used healthcare system in the world. 500 million people in the world rely on homeopathy. I feel very glad that the NHS recognises this even though it keeps the homeopathic hospitals so low profile. Why so low [...] Read more…

update :: the What Doctors Don’t Tell You affair

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I have received a statement from WDDTY making an honest defence against the recent unbelievably  inaccurate national campaign against the magazine. They also ask for your support. It becomes increasingly apparent that this is about more than just WDDTY, it’s about freedom of speech and freedom to communicate scientifically proven facts. I have copied the whole statement below for you to make your own conclusions:   The WDDTY wars: why they don’t want you to read all about it  Two days ago we woke up to find ourselves and our magazine What Doctors [...] Read more…

what doctors don’t tell you

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The magazine What Doctors Don’t Tell You (WDDTY) which has been around for years reporting on health issues and research (often exposing information which is not easily accessible in the public domain) has come under threat since it  recently  went on the newsstands. WDDTY says: Today, The Times added its weight to Simon Singh’s long-running campaign to stop supermarkets and stores stocking the title. Although virtually none of the comments in the article are accurate—and The Times correspondent didn’t even approach us for our views—supermarkets and newsagents may take the easy way out, and stop [...] Read more…