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When Synthetic Hormones Manipulate Women : Part One

Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na)

November 1st, 2015  |  14 Comments

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Robin has fallen out of love with her husband. Now what? Is it a good decision or is it a hormone storm? Read on to learn my take on what may be going on. Hint, hint: Think synthetic hormones gone a muck. Then discover what homeopathy has to offer and my new on-line course, Feminopathy: How YOU Can Correct Female Ailments Using safe, Inexpensive and Effective Homeopathy.

 

“The person who takes medicine must recover twice, once from the disease and once from the medicine.” Dr. William Osler, a founding father of Johns Hopkins.

Exactly!

This is the first of two blogs where I’ll share with you the effects of chemical manipulation on the female body.

It has been particularly prompted by the foundation work my staff and I have been working on for my upcoming course: Feminopathy: How YOU Can Correct Female Ailments Using safe, Inexpensive and Effective Homeopathy.

So, I offer this proposal for your consideration: Is it possible that chemical manipulation via birth control pills, hormone replacement therapy and/or bio-identical hormones can change the biology of a woman's thought process?

Is it possible that these changes could lead a family to break apart?

Could a woman’s natural hormones via manipulation by synthetic ones provoke her to lose interest in her husband and family?

As educated consumers, I propose that if there is even one shred of evidence pointing in this direction, the subject is worthy of our attention.

Take the case of Robin:

It started with her fading desire to be intimate with her husband because she said he had an “offensive odor.” (Remember this part for when I discuss the remedy solution in the next installment.)

She started sleeping in the guest room and it wasn’t long before she began staying out late with her divorced friend from work.

Robin was in the process of walking away from her 25 year marriage because, as she stated, “I just don’t love him anymore. Maybe I used to, but in the last year, his mere existence is an annoyance to me.”

When prodded further, she cited a well-rehearsed list of his infractions over several years.

She didn't acknowledge that he’d likely always had the habits she listed; only that they had become bothersome enough to want to break up her family and leave him in the last year.

It seems a bit coincidental that this is precisely the time Robin’s hormones began running a muck.

Daily hot flashes.

Lost libido.

Noticeable weight gain around the middle.

Is it also a coincidence that she had taken birth control pills throughout her marriage, and had recently begun using hormone replacement as advised by her doctor?

Things that make you go hmmm…

I contend it is quite possible that this is not a matter of her husband's cumulative “annoyances”, but rather Robin’s changing hormones that, worse yet, were being manipulated synthetically, particularly at such a delicate and significant time in her life.

Robin believed her decision was based purely on love lost and nothing else. However, hormones are so powerful, we often confuse their influence with sound thinking.

Menopause can be trying enough without adding suspicious “patented” drugs. It's possible that Robin may have been acting out of a decidedly well thought-out decision, but after years of hearing these same kinds of stories, I have become suspicious.

I’ve noted far too many times the same scenario for this to be a simple coincidence because the medical history usually (actually, I can’t think of any time it didn’t) reveals the presence of synthetic hormones.

That is, hormones pushed further with a synthetic drug cocktail.

Robin filed for divorce, moved out, and rented an apartment with her friend while her children, 12 and 14, stayed with their father.

Months later the children came to live with her, but not before she made (as she put it) “the most important move of my life.” Meanwhile, her ex-husband still wonders what he did wrong.

Do I have conclusive data to prove my point? Can I provide numbers to substantiate this hypothesis? No.

I relay this information based on my repeated experiences from having worked with women who confide in me their needs, desires, plans and most importantly, medical histories.

The effects of synthetic hormones can no longer be ignored.

Stay tuned for my next installment, where I discuss the case of Juanita; a young woman who turned to homeopathy after experiencing severe lower back pain and a 70 pound weight gain after being prescribed the Depo-Provera shot by her primary care physician.

I’ll also discuss the remedy that ought to be used in Robin’s case and what removed Jaunita’s condition. It's a common one that anyone can apply. (Part II)

I have been where you are now. I’ve dieted, taken supplements, bio-identical hormones, essential oils, herbs – but nothing, nothing has ever come close to the reproducible, safe, and effective results I and my clients have achieved with homeopathy. To see the full syllabus for my Feminopathy course and read the testimonials of other women who have been helped by my Practical Homeopathy methods, click here.

 

Warmly,

Joette Calabrese
 

 

I am a homeopath with a worldwide practice working with families and individuals via Zoom. I'm also a teacher and most importantly, a mom who raised my now-adult children depending on homeopathy over the last 31 years. I lived decades of my life with food intolerances, allergies, and chemical sensitivities until I was cured with homeopathy, so I understand pain, anxiety, and suffering. You may feel that your issues are more severe or different than anyone else’s, but I have seen it all in my practice and in my work in India. My opinion is that nothing has come close to the reproducible, safe and effective results that my clients, students and I have achieved with homeopathy.

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14 thoughts on “When Synthetic Hormones Manipulate Women : Part One”

  1. Joy horseman says:

    I’m robin!! What remedy do you recommend? Thank you.
    joy

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Watch for my upcoming article within the next few day or so that will clarify.

  2. Rajdeep says:

    Hi joette,I can’t thank you enough, you have been a great help since I started following you. I have started your Herpes protocol. I wanted to know something for my sister,is there any protocol for white discharge in women?Thankin advance.

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I’m afraid I’d have to know more specifics in order to offer information.

  3. Samantha says:

    I am sincerely interested in homeopathy as a primary source of healing. The above article says to “cancel the OB/GYN appointment”. I was under the impression that a clinical diagnosis is necessary in some cases because it helps to know which protocol to use. Is a hormone level test appropriate or can homeopathy be pursued without it?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Pls don’t take that statement literally. A diagnosis is often important, but hormone levels don’t offer a diagnosis. Endometriosis is a diagnosis. Menopause is. Dysmenorrhea is.These are something we can treat with homeopathy.Then the symptoms are considered strongly as well. Should you be interested, I’ll be covering this more thoroughly in my course “Feminopathy”.

  4. Shannon says:

    Can we have a replay of Feminopathy? I am trying to balance my hormones, as I have many of these symptoms, and I need some guidance. Please help!

  5. Candy says:

    I have finally found what way of eating works with menopause. The Makers Diet Revolution 10 Day Diet by Jordan Rubin. It is based on Biblical facts. It is Weston Price friendly. It takes discipline to follow it but I’ve lost a pound about every week and I haven’t even done the 10 Day Daniet Fast yet. I’m easing into it slowly.

    It may not be for you but definitely give it a lot of prayer and consideration! I finally found a step in the right direction!

  6. barb says:

    joette i take rus tox for my arthritis ive been doing a lot of studying but cant seem to find a book about how not to antidote I have menopause bad but also arthritis do you know of any books that will help me understand what to take and whats compatible ive trying to look around but no advail any suggestions for this problem thanks for all you do you’ve done so much for so little

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I’m unaware of any books on this subject. I too found it frustrating many years ago, which is why I now teach what I’ve learned after using homeopathy for nearly 30 years. Consider the study groups that are presently forming at studygroups.joettecalabrese.com. These are the kinds of questions that everyone has and are answered.

  7. Anita clark says:

    I am currently using identical hormones for many years. I am thinking of stopping or weaning off. And using homeopathy as I do this. I use cell Celts in my water and other homeopathy pellets mixed in,like Ignatia.Do you recommend mixing remedies like this? Also I use a metal container. Hope this ok. Thank you

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I mix some cell salts but not other remedies unless they’re specific predetermined protocols.

  8. Tannys Chow says:

    In Part 2: you mentioned the following protocol…

    Arnica Montana 3 mixed with Sabina 6c 2D

    Is it 3c or 3x for the Arnica?

    Thank you

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Usually, c but some can’t get c in their part of the world so in that case, x will have to do.

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