Wednesday, 26 April 2017

HOMEOPATHY AWARENESS WEEK 2017 (PART 3)

Homeopathy Awareness Week  2017



It’s the fifth day of Homeopathy Awareness Week
Are there some other remedies you seek?
To have in your homeopathic first aid kit
In case while on holiday your family gets sick

Nux Vomica can be useful for the effects of jeg lag
If your ears go ‘pop’ when flying have Pulsatilla in your bag
Belladonna helps with sunburn, Urtica Urens prickly heat
Think of Lycopodium if your tummy bloats from wheat

For travel sickness ensure you have Cocculus to hand
Or Borax if you feel funny as your plane descends to land
Sore throats from draughty winds at night
Make sure you carry with you some Aconite


For Homeopathy Awareness Week day 6 I thought I would share with you just how much homeopathy has played a part in our lives over the past 30 years. Initially my husband was unsure of this form of medicine until he experienced its beneficial effects when he was suffering from the ‘flu. He is now a firm advocate and although offered the annual ‘flu vaccine prefers to refuse it. My mother, son, sister and niece have all experienced the benefits of homeopathy to aid their recovery from surgery ranging from post-operative vomiting to healing scar tissue.

Our medicine box is purely homeopathic and even our pets respond well.


© June Sayer April 2017






The information on this webpage represents the views and opinion of the author, based on her clinical experience, and the traditions of Homeopathy. This material is provided for information only, and should not be construed as medical advice or instruction. Always consult with a suitably qualified and registered Homeopath, or with a medical doctor for advice about the treatment they offer, especially in serious or life threatening medical conditions, or if you are already taking medical drugs. 

References: 
Nature's Materia Medica, 3rd Edition, Robin Murphy.
Homeopathic Clinical Repertory, 3rd Edition, Robin Murphy

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