Homeopathy is a gentle, effective holistic system of medicine which encourages and stimulates the body's natural ability to heal itself. Homeopathy has been in use for over 200 years and can be used for almost any problem whether physical, mental or emotional. It is suitable for everyone - babies, the elderly, pregnant women - and is completely safe.
If we reach a state of ill health or "dis-ease", in order to return to better health we need to make changes: to restore balance, repair damage and strengthen weakened systems so that we can achieve our full potential of genuine energetic healthy well being. Homeopathy can be wonderfully effective in this. It looks at the causes of disease as well as the symptoms and treats the whole person.
There are numerous examples in over 200 years of homeopathic texts showing the problems for which homeopathy can be helpful. There is also a great deal of more recent research proving the effectiveness of homeopathy (see Links page for some examples). This research, and my own experience using homeopathy over 20 years, has shown me that homeopathy can be helpful for many problems and conditions including the following:
- Asthma, Allergies, Hayfever.
- Crohn's disease, IBS.
- Eczema, Dermatitis, Psoriasis.
- Depression, Anxiety, Phobias.
- PMT, Period problems, PCOS.
- Hyperactivity, ADHD.
- Infertility, Menopausal symptoms.
- Acute Injuries.
- Problems in pregnancy.
- Recovery from surgery.
Whatever your problem or condition homeopathy can be of help in some way.
It is of course important to remember that homeopathy does not simply address an individual problem or illness. It is not like conventional medicine. It is an energy medicine used to treat a person who has a distinctive, individual set of symptoms.
A first consultation can take up to 2 hours giving you time to tell me in detail about yourself and your problems. Follow up consultations take about 45 minutes and are used to discuss progress and any changes in symptoms. Remedies are then prescribed for you to take away with you. Acute problems usually respond quite quickly. Longstanding, chronic problems can take longer to show improvement.