Homeopathy4health

4 April 2008

Homeopathy for Women

I found a new blog today:Homeopathy for Women. Here’s a short taster:

Homeopathy for Mothers: Best Remedies for Your Household!

When you have children (and even adults that can act like children) then mom knows that she needs to be prepared to be a doctor in the field and trenches. I have five children and I suspect that one of the reasons I got them is that they wanted to challenge me to see how good I was in acute homeopathic prescribing. Hardly a day went by or I had to bring out the “magic box” as it was dubbed by my combative children…”Let’s see dad if homeopathy can treat this,” was their warrior cry: Cuts, bruises as big as an egg, burn wounds…and yes even heartaches and disappointments! I am actually grateful for these challenges now as they are all grown ups, and have their own children, and not even a moment do they doubt to use homeopathy for all the same troubles their children cause now as they did to me. There is some pride in their voice as they talk about having successfully treated some of the 101 incidences that do not require an ER visit or a even a doctor’s visit. I want the reader to get acquainted with some of these “magic pills” and put a physician’s cap up for a moment and see the “magic of the minimum dose” as we call it.


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2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for the link !
    In India , Homeopathy has been chosen for its role in Mother & Child Care .
    With this aim , AYUSH, ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India has entrusted to state governments to coordinate the programme of State Campaign on Homeopathy for mother & Child Care. On 17th & 18th march 2008 a two days State Workshop on “Homoeopathy for Healthy Mother & Happy Child ” was conducted at Scientific Convention Center of Chhatrapati Sahuji Maharaj Medical University , Lucknow.
    full report :
    http://drptandon.blogspot.com/2008/03/research-centres-for-homoeopathic.html

    Comment by Dr Prabhat Tandon — 4 April 2008 @ 11:55 am

  2. When going the alternative medicine route one is often left to research and experiment to find the right products and resources. Here is a new site that is beginning to gather all the resources in one place. You can research conditions for various therapeutic modes, including Ayurvedic medicine, and get information about the effectiveness of therapies and remedies. The site is also a launching point for researching integrated alternative medicine therapies on the web. Go to http://www.rvita.com .

    Comment by layla miller — 5 April 2008 @ 3:17 pm


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