How You Can Correct Female Ailments Using Safe, Inexpensive and Effective Homeopathy
This is the medicine you thought you were getting...only this is the one that can cure.
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Are you one of 70 million people suffering from digestive diseases in
the United States?
Good Gut, Bad Gut
A Homeopathic Strategy to
Uproot Seemingly Unrelated
Illness in Body and Mind
ADHD. Delayed milestones. Moodiness. Food intolerances. Allergies. Sugar addictions. Chronic fatigue. Constipation and diarrhea. Chronic bloating…
One in three people will have a skin condition this year – you or your children included.
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Homeopathy is calling you…moms with moxie and rambunctious boys (and girls!) It’s medicine for your kind of life.
Now, if only homeopathy could fix the broken furniture!
Tempting as it may be, speculating on why you’re sick is usually a rabbit hole you don’t want to go down.
This week my podcast shows you how easy homeopathy is and how guesswork leads to years of superfluous supplement vitamins and diets.
It is easier than you think
It makes me laugh–all the assumptions surrounding this illness or that. I hear them daily from my clients and students and must admit, recognize the ones even I believed in the past.
The term “fake news” is all over the media these days. But for those of us who practice and believe in homeopathy, fake news is nothing more than “old news” for us.
My dear friend, mentor, and colleague Dr. Pratip Banerji sent this to me from Kokata last night. I haven’t stopped singing it since then! Click on it and you’ll see what I mean. Peace, joy and a blessed Christmas to all! Warmly,
This week is all about bones. Building them with bone stock, and fusing with homeopathy.
‘Can’t drink bone stock? I have a great tip.
I’m not sure if it was the heat of the summer that complicated the surgery, or if it was the way that we did the castration, but all I know is that my little bull—Arnica Montana, or Monti for short—had a serious infection brewing.