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British Homeopathic Association is a charity that provides information on and how to get homeopathic treatment.
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Sarah - Digestive problems - Homeopathy worked for me:
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N is for natrum muriaticum or nat mur for short. The remedy can be brilliant for cold sores that appear after too much time in the sunshine - or headaches from sunstroke too but there's obviously much more to it than that. :
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Lynda talks about how homeopathy has worked for all her animals, giving examples of how it's helped two of her dogs. It's also helped her chickens and cats, and herself.
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L is for ledum - which may be really helpful for bites and stings this summer season... Have a read to see how you can use it to ease the pain! Find out more about homeopathy:
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Great for bruising, shocks, exhaustion, jet lag - and much more:
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British Homeopathic Aug 17
E is for euphrasia! A wonderful remedy for conjunctivitis, hayfever - where the symptoms fit, as ever with homeopathy. Have a read up on the remedy here:
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British Homeopathic Aug 17
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British Homeopathic Aug 17
Helen - Eczema - Homeopathy worked for me
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British Homeopathic Aug 16
Vet Chris Day talks about how homeopathy has worked for him and his patients for over twenty years.
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British Homeopathic Aug 16
Homeopathy summer school... B is for belladonna! Belladonna can be great for sunburn - where the symptoms fit. Have a look and see the remedies that can help here:
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British Homeopathic Aug 16
Homeopathy is not easy (but it is brilliant)
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British Homeopathic Aug 16
Most home homoeopathic kits will have Ignatia in them, listing it as a bereavement or shock and disappointment remedy. Its use in such situations may well have converted people to homeopathy, yet it has far wider use than that...
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British Homeopathic Aug 15
My week on Twitter 🎉: 4 Mentions, 168 Likes, 134 Retweets, 169K Retweet Reach, 23 New Followers. See yours with
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British Homeopathic Aug 15
Wondering about who would become a homeopath (people from many backgrounds including nurses, doctors, midwives, pharmacists)? Or a career working with homeopathy? Find a homeopath or find out more:
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British Homeopathic Aug 15
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British Homeopathic Aug 15
Dr Christine Suppelt talks about her introduction to homeopathy and how she uses it in clinical practice.
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British Homeopathic Aug 15
H is for hypericum... In first aid, The Homeopathic Remedy Hypericum is considered the Arnica of the Nerves! That horrible sharp, shooting, hot pain from injuring a nerve rich area is more controllable with Hypericum.
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British Homeopathic Aug 15
Our biggest fans this week: rsbellmedia, 4Homeopathy, fohhomeopathy. Thank you! via
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British Homeopathic Aug 14
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British Homeopathic Aug 14
Hear how this gun dog trainer avoided the need for antibiotics:
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