Acne (acne rosacea, acne vulgaris, cystic acne, nodulocystic, acne conglobata, scarring, blackheads, whiteheads, papules, comedones, pustules, Acne mechanica/sports induced acne, nodules, zits, pimples) is an inflammatory skin condition that causes spots to develop on the skin, usually on the face, back and chest.
Two days after adding in the homeopathic remedy Natrum muriaticum she is now jogging around the house, drinking water, and eating her regular food, back in the mud room rather than in the living room. I take this to mean she has more energy to expend now.
I was suffering from severe depression; however I did not meet the clinical definition for depression, as I could function going to work and daily living. My deep hole emotionally was due to severe losses in a short amount of time;
Protocol of randomized controlled trial of potentized estrogen in homeopathic treatment of chronic pelvic pain associated with endometriosis
Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory disease that causes difficult-to-treat pelvic pain. Thus being, many patients seek help in complementary and alternative medicine, including homeopathy. The effectiveness of homeopathic treatment for endometriosis is controversial due to the lack of evidences in the literature. The aim of the present randomized controlled trial is to assess the efficacy of potentized estrogen compared to placebo in the treatment of chronic pelvic pain associated with endometriosis.Details
Not everyone is happy on Valentine’s Day. Sometimes relationships come to a sudden end, feelings can get hurt, hearts may break. Read on for some homeopathic (alternative health) solutions
Our colleagues Daxa and Vijay Vaishnav have written an article on homeopathic treatment for heart disease. In their article, they state that “There is poor scope with homeopathy” in certain heart diseases. This may well have been their experience with the limited, one remedy at a time, constitutional approach to homeopathy that most homeopaths practice.
Our 14-year-old daughter, Isabella, had not been feeling well to her stomach for most of the day. She had a lot of gas, both ways! She didn’t tell me until later that evening that she was feeling unwell. By this time the pain in her stomach was increasing and she asked me if I could give her something for it.
It was an evening in mid-June, the end of a perfect day at the beach – gorgeous weather, clear blue skies with puffy white clouds hanging high. The beach was almost vacant and the ocean was pristine. We had ventured the seven-hour drive in our small RV the day prior, arriving late in the night, so this first day on the beach was pure bliss – a much-deserved break from the busy practice and college.
We had just sat down to an all organic, home-cooked meal of ground chicken, spinach with lemon and olive oil, and rice. Everyone was eating heartily, when our oldest child, a six-year-old girl cried, “OUCH!” She paused, swallowed and yelled, “OOUCH!” again. “Something hurts in the back of my mouth when I swallow!” Manfred and I just looked at each other. He spoke first, “drink some juice and see what happens.” She did and upon swallowing, she again felt pain.
She stayed calm at first, until repeated attempts at swallowing yielded more and more pain. She began to panic. I looked inside her mouth but could not find anything unusual in the area where she was pointing. I decided to give her a dose of Pulsatilla (a remedy that has always helped her constitutionally) to help with her anxiety, as it is not uncommon for her to become panicky, fearful and oversensitive to pain during an intense situation. It did help her calm down, but by this time, the tears had already started.