I wish you a happy and successful new year. 2017 seemed to have been challenging for many people in terms of news, or other issues, with the crisis still biting a lot of people. However, it was for you, I hope 2018 brings more peace and happiness. My newsletter was due to cover the […]
9 NOV – Jayne Donegan – Cambridge Arnica Meeting – “Nursing Children through Acute Illness”
Cambridge Arnica Meeting Thursday 9th November Jayne Donegan “Nursing Children Supportively through Acute Illness” We manage the Cambridge Arnica Group, who help and educate parents about natural immunity for children. We often discuss about the pros and cons of vaccination and also about the challenges and methods to raise a child with natural therapeutic support. As […]
1st of April – First Aid Course, Homeopathy & Nutritional Therapy in Cambridge
I will be running another First Aid Course on Saturday 1st of April, from 9.45AM to 5PM. This course was originally designed for parents who wanted to support their children with natural remedies. It has now evolved in a more comprehensive course for first aid support with natural therapies. The aim of the course is […]
Narayani Remedy Finder – a useful document for homeopaths using this range of combination remedies.
Hello, This is for my homeopaths’ friends. I have updated my file, following feedback from users. Here is the new file: Narayani Finder Excel File Narayani are homeopathic complex products developped in India. They have become very popular in the UK, and provide a valuable alternative for therapeutic prescribing and organ drainage, for example. […]
Clinical study on arthritis patients show positive effects of homeopathic remedies compared to chemical painkiller.
Double-blind controlled clinical study on arthritis patients show positive effects of homeopathic remedies compared to chemical painkiller (Fall 2000, Journal of Biomedical Therapy: 10-1, Comparison of the efficacy and tolerance of Zeel Comp. and diclofenac for the treatment of gonarthrosis) In a multi-centre randomised, double-blind, controlled clinical study of 121 patients with mild to moderate […]