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Arnica is the remedy that first brings many people to homeopathy. So many parents swear by it for reducing golf-ball bruises on their kids’ knees within minutes. Made from the leopard’s bane plant, it’s the number one remedy for accidents and emergencies – no household should be without it! Carry it in your handbag… store (…)
Homeopathy is a safe, natural system of healing It’s safe to take, right from birth It’s non-toxic, non-addictive and has no side effects Children who regularly visit a homeopath make fewer visits to their GP Homeopathy not only helps the ailment being treated, it also builds up a child’s immune system for later life (…)
In 2012 the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MRHA) issued advice not to give the herb echinacea to under-12s due to a risk of allergies. Please ignore this: echinacea is top-class for immunity for people of all ages! The herbal medicines industry is agreed that this directive was over-cautious and scaremongering. According to Vogel, (…)
Forget over-the-counter hangover cures – there are plenty of ways to beat a hangover without taking onboard yet more chemicals. Here are our suggestions using natural supplements, herbs, fruit and veg… Milk thistle A herb with a good traditional track record in supporting liver function, milk thistle contains silymarin and silybin, active ingredients that help (…)
At this time of year many of us get bunged up in the ear and sinus department, with ear problems particularly rife among children. Ear candling is a lovely relaxing decongestant – perfect not only for declogging ears but also a great way to relieve stress. The ear candles are hollow tubes made of cotton, (…)
Osceillococcinum: our flu zapper Oscillococcocinum, also known as anas bar, is excellent for nipping flu in the bud – take it at the first telltale signs and you can stop the virus in its tracks. Discovered in the 1930s, this remedy’s success is well documented – take it (in the 200c potency) at the first (…)
Is this time of year like pushing a boulder up a mountain? Dark mornings and winter gloom and you’d rather hibernate? If you feel so low in winter that you really can’t get out from under the duvet every morning, then you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Symptoms include feeling miserable, drained, (…)