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Homeopathy at Home - Minor Ailments

01 January 2009 at 09:53

Q. Can you use homeopathy in and around the home for minor ailments?

Yes! Many people come to homeopathy as a last resort, when they have had no success with convention medicine and then they are amazed by homeopathy’s healing power. However homeopathy treats much more than just chronic illness. It can be prescribed in everyday situations at home, on the sports field, at work and on holiday – for yourself, your family and friends. There are many minor ailments, acute or first aid situations where you can successfully and safely self-prescribe homeopathy and get great results with things like childhood fevers, teething troubles, attacks of sickness, ear infections, coughs, flu, diarrhoea etc. All you need is some basic knowledge, a good book and some low potency remedies. Most the homeopathic pharmacies produce mini home prescribing kits that contain the most commonly used homeopathic remedies for acute situations. Remedies are in 6c or 30c potency and are ideal for self-prescribing. The School of Homeopathy (UK) produces an excellent First Aid Course & Remedy Kit. The complete course takes less than a month and as it is home-based, so it can be done at your leisure, as intensively or gradually as you want. No prior medical or homeopathic training is required. Inside, there is a complete starter set of 28 homeopathic medicines, the course manual, 2 books, a DVD and £90 worth of vouchers all for just £149. The course can be done with or without tutor marking and certification and is ideal for all ages and all walks of life. You can find out more at

Mani Norland,
School of Homeopathy, UK

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