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.
But I’d love to put an end to these unnecessary beliefs once and for all.
And luckily, homeopathy makes it easy to do just that.
It’s a neurosis: before you know it, you’re buying herbs, essential oils, drugs, and supplements by the bushel.
Stop trying to guess, theorize, and assume! It’s pointless; a fool’s errand. And honestly, when it gets to that point, I often recommend my clients take a good dose of Ignatia: http://joettecalabrese.com/blog/the-chatter-in-my-head/ before they drive themselves crazy!
This is what I hear:
“My skin is cracked and dry. It’s because I don’t drink a full gallon of water daily.”
“My skin is cracked and dry because I’m not eating enough coconut oil.”
Or the most irritating:
“My skin is cracked and dry because my functional doctor told me I can’t methylate my B vitamins.”
No more maddening assumptions and theories!
Is your skin dry? Cracking? Worse in the winter?
If so, the answer is simple: homeopathic Petroleum.
When it comes to parched, split skin that is often worse during the winter, reach for Petroleum 200, and use it once every other day until much improved.
There. It really IS that easy!
And lest you confuse homeopathic Petroleum with its gooey, crude, conventional counterpart found in a jar, remember that homeopathy utilizes a special method of dilution and succession that allows substances that would otherwise be toxic to become curative.
And on a final note, if you have a history of having used the unsophisticated version of petroleum, this actually increases the likelihood of homeopathic Petroleum being a remedy that will prove useful to you.
I have written about Petroleum before in the past. Just thought it’s appropriate for winter conditions. Check out these two blogs for more information:
P.S. If your skin is more than just dry and cracked, and you want to learn all about skin conditions and how to uproot them yourself, consider my online course, Skin: The Ugly Truth.
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Joette is not a physician and the relationship between Joette and her clients is not of prescriber and patient, but as educator and client. It is fully the client's choice whether or not to take advantage of the information Joette presents. Homeopathy doesn't "treat" an illness; it addresses the entire person as a matter of wholeness that is an educational process, not a medical one. In order to be treated or diagnosed, Joette believes that the advice of a holistic physician is in order.