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  1. Family Life
    They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. And, for most mamas who turn to homeopathy for both prevention and cure, there are some homeopathic ingredients you should never be without. Homeopathy is a medical philosophy. It's based on the idea that the body is capable of healing...
  2. Green Goods
    The natural health community is up in arms about the Food and Drug Administration's plan to impose tighter restrictions on homeopathic remedies. Homeopathy, a medical philosophy and practice that has been in use for over 200 years, aims to stimulate an individual's own healing power. It is...
  3. I'm Pregnant
    Hello, I am hoping someone can offer some insight or personal experience with this.. I have some annoying postoperative nerve pain in my shoulder that I have dealt with for years by using a homeopathic form of Hypericum Perforatum (St. John's Wort). That stuff is wonderful! It works better...
  4. Birth and Beyond
    Maybe you know of parents who are concerned about conventional vaccinations and might be interested in my presentation next week in Margate, Florida. Please let me know if you would like flyers or more information. Thanks, Ruth Pearson Smith Is there an alternative to conventional...
  5. I'm Not Vaccinating
    Maybe some of you would be interested in my presentation next week in Margate, Florida.Thanks, Ruth Pearson Smith Is there an alternative to conventional vaccination? Let’s find out. Come to my presentation of the Homeoprophylaxis (HP) Study. Homeopathy is a system of health that’s over 200...
  6. Family Life
    (For more information about homeopathy, please visit www.impossiblecure.com)   For many years, my son Izaak always needed a visit to the homeopath at the start of a school year. A nervous kid, the back-to-school period was always difficult for him as he adjusted to new classes or a new school...
  7. Family Life
      by Amy L. Lansky, PhD   (For more information about homeopathy, please visit www.impossiblecure.com)   One of the common strategies used by "quackbusters" (like James Randi) to debunk homeopathy is to stage dramatic events where they take "overdoses" of remedies -- thereby (supposedly)...
  8. Breastfeeding
    <p><strong>I am looking to see if Chaste Berry will balance my hormones although I am not TTC, I am nursing a 35 month old (who nurses like an infant! :P). There doesn't seem to be a whole lot of studies but I checked out reviews on amazon and some people said it made them depressed and...
  9. Family Life
    (For more information about homeopathy, please visit www.impossiblecure.com)   Every summer, I spend some time in Muskoka, a region of Ontario north of Toronto known for its mosquitoes. In fact, even worse are the black flies that swarm the area before it is fully warmed up. Usually I miss...
  10. Family Life
      <wpcaption attrs="eyJpZCI6IiIsImFsaWduIjoiYWxpZ25jZW50ZXIiLCJ3aWR0aCI6IjYwMCJ9"> Izaak in Rome, overjoyed after finding some gluten-free pasta!</wpcaption>     (For more information about homeopathy, please visit www.impossiblecure.com)   Even though I am the author of Impossible Cure...
  11. Family Life
    Most of you know me as someone who writes a lot about the wonders of homeopathy. But homeopathy isn't just about using remedies to heal - it's also about staying healthy in the first place. As Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (the developer of homeopathy in the 1800s) said, one must remove "maintaining...
  12. Breastfeeding
    <p>I'm trying to find a good database/list/book of herbs that are safe and not safe to use while breastfeeding. I can't seem to find anything very extensive or with the proper information. Anyone know of something? Thanks!</p>
  13. Family Life
    by Amy L. Lansky, PhD   (For more information about homeopathy, please visit www.impossiblecure.com)   One argument in favor of the true healing power of homeopathy - one that I've never heard countered by the skeptics - is the success of homeopathic remedies in treating animals. Even the...
  14. Green Goods
    This post is sponsored by Hyland's Homeopathic   by Chelsea Vurciaga   It's amazing how people in the same family can be so different. Growing up, my cousin and I never seemed to have anything in common. I was more into Hip-Hop, she was more into Country. I love Mexican food, she thinks...
  15. Family Life
    I started looking into homeopathy years ago because I didn't like not understanding health and how the body works. I felt uncomfortable that I had to rely on doctors for every little strange pain, burn, or bonk. After studying homeopathy and working with lots of families, I realized that...
  16. Family Life
    By Bonnie Price Lofton Issue 120, Sep/Oct 2003 When you send children to college, you can be sure you'll hear from them on at least two occasions: when they're broke, and when they're really sick. I could handle these crises by telephone when my 19-year-old daughter, Allison, was only halfway...
  17. Family Life
    By Amy L. Lansky, PhD   (For more information about homeopathy, visit www.impossiblecure.com)   Without a doubt, finding the correct remedy is the most important part of the homeopathic treatment process. However, the correct dosing method is also important, and can sometimes make the...
  18. Family Life
      Thank you to Melinda Olson from Earth Mama Angel Baby for writing this guest post.   Ever wonder what was in our foremother's first aid kit? We imagine her with a full array of roots and berries, herbs and oils tucked into her trusty animal-skin pouch. What did she keep around for cave...
  19. Family Life
    by Amy L. Lansky, PhD   For more information about homeopathy, please visit: www.impossiblecure.com.   I often write about the tactics of the quackbuster groups around the world and their efforts to smear all medical alternatives, with homeopathy being their favorite target. Luckily, all is...
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