Homeopathic remedies simply provide the energy that we need to heal, allowing us to live life to its fullest! The energy comes from tiny amounts of an highly diluted substances, the source of which include plants, minerals, animals, environmental elements, hormones, tissues of the body and conventional medications. The substance is diluted and shaken to the point where only the energy or essence of the original substance remains.
Remedies are prescribed in the form of a pill or liquid and are easy to take. They are completely harmless and incredibly effective.
Homeopathy is effective for all ages and recognises that the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspect of each of us can’t be separated… that each has an impact on the other and a holistic approach is therefore essential.
The principle of Homeopathy is that ‘like cures like’. It can be applied to an endlessly broad range of situations… emotional, physical and spiritual. It also offers support when going through difficult times, surgery or severe illness. Or simply to connect with your confidence and live life to the fullest.
Qualified practitioners at the Wren: Kay Wesley
- Homeopathy Vindicated as Cost-Effective by Swiss Government March 26, 2012
In a story akin to “the mouse that roared,” the Swiss government has determined that the very small doses commonly used in homeopathic medicine are both effective and cost-effective. Despite the impressive technological prowess of conventional medicine today, the Swiss government has determined that homeopathy is considerably more cost effective.
- Side Effects of Breast Cancer Treatments May Ease With CAM Therapies August 10, 2011
When the diagnosis is breast cancer, many women will augment their doctor’s care with some form of complementary treatment.
In 2006, research from the University of Texas indicated that yoga helped women going through radiation for breast cancer. They were able to function better day-to-day, they slept better and they had elevated moods compared to the women who didn’t do yoga. Research from Sweden found that art therapy sessions left participating women feeling more in control and better able to cope.
- Rochester Autism Researchers Present New Findings May 31, 2011
Rochester researchers are presenting six abstracts on topics ranging from complementary medicine-use rates to nutritional insufficiencies in children with autism spectrum disorders. They even looked at how artificial food dye might affect children with autism.
- Dr. Weil says there’s a better approach to evaluating clinical drug trials May 31, 2011
Dr. Andrew Weil, among the best-known medical doctors practicing alternative and complementary medicine, suggests researchers are ignoring an important endpoint when they evaluate the success or failure of clinical drug trials: how the patient feels about the treatment.
Medicine has become enslaved to “evidence-based” approaches that rely on randomized, clinical trials as the only measure of whether a treatment is valuable, Weil and his co-authors wrote. While these gold-standard studies are vital, they are not the only way to measure worth, they said.
- Complementary Medicine Use for Skin Disorders Has Risen December 27, 2010
Complementary and alternative medicine use is high among people with skin disorders and has increased in this group, according to a report in the December issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
The 2007 survey revealed that 84.5 percent of people with skin problems reported using CAM, such as vitamins, minerals, and herbal products. This was an increase from the 2002 survey, in which 50 percent of subjects reporting skin problems also reported using CAM. Only about 1 percent, however, were using CAM specifically for skin-related problems. Respondents with skin problems were more likely to report CAM use than those without skin problems (adjusted odds ratio, 2.5).
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