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Bring Just One Drop to Longmont, Colorado

Just One Drop Poster
The much talked about movie that’s been traveling the world – Just One Drop, has arrived in Colorado, premiering in Northern Colorado at the Regal Village at The Peaks 12 in Longmont, Colorado.

The film explores the controversy, reveals the rich history, dispels myths and misconceptions, and asks whether or not homeopathy been given a fair shake. Read more about this movie. Then purchase your ticket to Just One Drop.

Just One Drop – Theatrical On Demand® – Your film. Your friends. Your theater.

Help bring Just One Drop to Longmont, CO on Monday, Sep 25! Reserve your tickets today. Only one showing. You must reserve your space before September 8th.
Help bring Just One Drop to Longmont, CO on Monday, Sep 25!

Buy your ticket here: https://gathr.us/screening/20749

National Homeopathic Conference

The NCH National Homeopathic Conference is coming to Westminster, Colorado in 2016. Register now Barbara Seideneck, the director of the Homeopathy School International will be presenting: A Little Piece of the Rockies: Provings of the Colorado and the Common Columbine Date: Saturday, April 9, 2016 Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM About the Session: Provings… Continue Reading

Let’s Talk About Homeopathic Materia Medica:

Integrating New and Old Remedies through comparison with Richard Pitt, CCH, Kwale, Africa Free Webinar (Registration required) Saturday, September 19th, 2015 10.00 AM – 11.30 AM (US Mountain Standard Time) Click HERE to register (free). Join an exploration of materia medica from  the perspective of comparative analysis. Richard will show how remedies can be compared… Continue Reading

Starting a Homeopathy Practice

Free Webinar on Starting a Homeopathy Practice with Christina Richmond, CHom Saturday, September 26, 2015, 10-11 MST Cost: Free, but registration for the webinar is required Christina Richmond, CHom, is an HSI graduate and also completed her advanced clinical studies at the school. Christina practiced Classical Homeopathy for several years in Boulder CO, and now helps… Continue Reading

The Fireside Book of Homeopathy Tales

From the hpathy.com website, a lovely read for the cold days ahead: The Fireside Book of Homeopathy Tales Hahnemann’s discovery was a revolutionary concept in medicine. Rather than suppressing the symptoms of disease, one could use a substance that mimicked the disease and actually cured it. Hahnemann’s method was so successful that it was adopted… Continue Reading

Bertram’s Smash-up into a Doorframe

Bertram is an 18 month old male Cockatiel bird. One late morning or early afternoon, he was startled by something outside, which caused him to take urgent flight, accidentally steering himself right into a door frame. I heard the clunk and thought this was surely an injury. To my surprise I found him still flying… Continue Reading

Seminar: Karl Robinson, MD

Exploring Little Known Facets of Essential Polychrests Including Key Pointers from Dr. Prafull Vijayakar Date: Saturday Aug.15 and Sunday Aug.16 (1/2 day), 2015 Fee: $ 150 Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico Contact: Judith Acosta, 505-771-2282, verbalfirstaid@gmail.com EDIT: Correction for August Seminar with Karl Robinson, MD Location is: NM School of Natural Therapeutics 202 Morningside Dr… Continue Reading

Herbs and Homeopathy: Same Substance – Different Approach

Eva Lipton-Ormand, CHom. Imagine a time when science as we know it did not exist. Religious men, women and natural philosophers sought their answers to questions about heaven and earth according to the precepts of what their Creator revealed to them through nature. In those days, the shape and color of a plant was associated… Continue Reading

Latest news about the FDA meeting with representatives of Homeopathy.

From the National Center for Homeopathy on the testimony before the FDA and recommendations on next steps. The FDA’s 2-day public hearing to gather information about the current use of products labeled as homeopathic concluded today. This hearing was not held to discuss the efficacy of homeopathic remedies, the ability of individuals to practice homeopathy,… Continue Reading

Kent’s Conversion to Homeopathy

Although he wasn’t very demonstrative, Kent adored his wife. He was very much affected when she became ill in 1878. Neither he nor any of his most competent allopathic or eclectic colleagues had the slightest success with the asthenia, weakness, persistent insomnia, and anemia, which obliged her to keep to the bed for months on… Continue Reading

Aconite To The Rescue

As another snowstorm arrives in Colorado…… We received an email from Bonaire, a sunny island with warm beaches and crystal clear water. This is where one of our advanced students, Becky Litton likes to spend as much time as possible to go scuba diving. Becky writes: “I had an amazing experience vacationing in Bonaire. We scuba… Continue Reading

Colorado Law Now Protects Alternative Practitioners

HSI Newsletter August 2013 Colorado became the ninth state to pass a safe harbor health freedom law. On June 5, 2013 Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law the Colorado Natural Health Consumer Protection Act (SB 13-215). The groundbreaking legislation was sponsored by Senator Cheri Jahn and State Representative Joann Ginal. Access to natural health practitioners… Continue Reading

A Bear of a Backache

HSI Newsletter March 2013 Submitted by Elizabeth Thomas, CHom, L.Ac., MSOM, Dipl OM On first glance at James as he walked into my office, it was obvious he was in an intense amount of pain.  His eyes were clouded and strained, and he was continually pushing against the left side of his chest with his hands.  The… Continue Reading

Love and Homeopathy

HSI Newsletter February 2013 A mighty pain to love it is, And ’tis a pain that pain to miss; But of all pains, the greatest pain It is to love, but love in vain. ~ Abraham Cowley Love is one of the most complex and intense emotions known to humankind. Through literature, poetry, music and… Continue Reading

Book Release!

HSI Newsletter December 2012 The Providential Doberman: Lessons Learned From a Rescue Dog Jeanie Fullerton, CHom, an HSI graduate, is the author. Enjoy the synopsis below from the back cover of the book and click the “Read a Preview” link to get a sneak peak! Back Cover  Providence (prov’i dens), n. 1. the foreseeing care and guardianship of… Continue Reading

A Clinic Day in Ubud

HSI Newsletter February 2012 Submitted by Soma Devi Glick, CHom, D.O.M., L.Ac It’s 10 AM on Monday morning and I just pulled up into the small yard of “Bumi Sehat”, the birthing clinic where I’ve been treating the local children of Ubud, Bali since October 2005. Ubud is about one hour’s drive from my house… Continue Reading

Spider Bite Mania

HSI Newsletter August 2011 by Barbara Seideneck, CHom, CCH, RSHom, Faculty of HSI Imagine, you are waiting in line at the grocery store and a woman in front of you can’t stand still for a second. She jumps a foot off the ground several times, then all of a sudden turns around and lunges towards you. What… Continue Reading