The two young boys had simply been watching too much wrestling on TV. The brothers loved to spend hours brawling down in their basement, reenacting the moves of their favorite professional wrestlers. But one evening, when 10-year-old Jason recreated Hulk Hogan’s signature move by slamming his little brother down onto his back against the floor, his brother went limp. (more…)
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. (more…)
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. (more…)
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!
I adore well-seasoned, intelligently crafted meals. Give me a stylish, cosmopolitan, farm-to-table restaurant, and I am one happy lady.
But when my three children were still at home, I didn’t have time to make fancy food. Instead, I needed to make it nutritious and delicious—and I had to do it in record time.
Christmas is just around the corner and I imagine you, too, are struggling to lay out a nutritious meal in record time. I’ve got a trick for you.
When I first started making bone broth, I was meticulous; I would roast beef bones then simmer them in a crock pot for several hours and once finished, I’d strain the broth into a bowl, pouring it from that bowl into a mason jar, then saving it for use for an upcoming meal. It sounds simple in theory, but I soon realized that this caused a mountain of dishes and container washing.
Then it dawned on me that there was a better way: I could prepare the broth using only ONE pot!
Here’s how I did it. And read on for your homeopathic protocol.
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. (more…)
One of my staff members lived in Houston during the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
She tells how this storm crushed the infrastructure of emergency care. It wasn’t just that people didn’t have electricity for months; transformers were blown, electrical fuses caught fire, and fresh food was in short supply. (more…)