In a recent publication, the Daily Mail voted as their website of the week!

The article focused on Jo Wood's passion for homeopathy after she was misdiagnosed by a conventional doctor:

In 1992, Jo Wood was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, prescribed steroids, and – after two years – had surgery. But her problem wasn’t actually Crohn’s – it was a perforated appendix. ‘I was so angry that I vowed I would only return to a conventional doctor if I broke something. Meanwhile I would explore other avenues,’ says Jo. Homeopathy is a key therapy that Jo embraced. As well as consulting qualified homeopaths, Jo relies on her homeopathic kit for minor ailments.

Jo Wood supports Homeopathy Works for Me, a campaign launched by the British Homeopathic Association. (It works for me too, and millions worldwide.)

To read the full article on the Daily Mail online please click here

This entry was posted on 23 September 2013 at 09:50 and is filed under Homeopathy | Alternative Medicine | Inspiration | Health.