Homeopathy Blog Posts

Beating the Flu Naturally

This article appeared in Healing Path Magazine – Fort Collins, Colorado You boost your immune system with vitamin C. You increase your exercise, dress warmly, get plenty of sleep and wash your hands after visiting public places. Then everyone at work gets the flu, the kids bring it home and your husband gets sick. Even

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Homeopathy on the Farm – A Case of a Pet Chicken with a Broken Leg

Homeopathy is a wonderful medicine for a wide range of problems, not just for our family but for our animals as well. We enjoy living on a small farm and raise various livestock and pets. Raising animals from birth to grave (or table) can be very rewarding but also heartbreaking. When you live in a rural area you have to be prepared to deal with sudden midnight births, infections, predators, and freak accidents on your own.

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Our Healing Roots

As spring comes along with the large variety of perennial flowers beginning to bloom, I think of how their roots have lasted and grown, keeping them strong and flourishing throughout their years. I think of how some plants serve the purpose to be beautiful to look at, while others can heal and soothe. As a

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Happy April!

April will mean different things to different people, but all these things tend to have one thing in common: the season of new beginnings. The beginning of spring may vary with location but what we see here in Colorado are fresh buds blooming, animals waking up and baby animals being born. The earth seems to

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While February maybe the shortest month of the year…

HSI is not short on learning opportunities with much expertise to offer. In addition to completing your course work with the support of faculty and your CHC certified case supervisors, the school is offering Zoom meetings for student support as well as online Case Study Groups. Our Campfire Zoom sessions give students the opportunity to

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What are you celebrating in January 2022?

After celebrating with champagne on New Year’s Eve, January 1st is known to be National Hang-over day, and may not only call for Bloody Mary’s. A homeopathic remedy could really save the day. The most popular remedy for this kind of situation is Nux Vomica. It has been known to help with the after effects

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Night of Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas …….. when all through the houseNot a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,When, what to my wondering eyes should appear,Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a bound.He was dressed all in fur, from his head to his foot,And his clothes

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30 Years at the Homeopathy School International (HSI)

Amazing how it has been 30 years of continuous progress at the Homeopathy School since that beautiful fall day, when 23 enthusiastic students met for their first Homeopathy class in Denver. Just as the glowing Aspen leaves drop from the trees, an enchanting time in the Colorado Mountains, the golden light and mood of the

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Little Boy with a Big Tummy ache

The homeopathic remedy Antimonium crudum (Ant-c.) is made from native Sulphide of Antimony. Children that may need this remedy can be very picky about what they eat, very thin and sickly looking. The remedy has a strong affinity for the stomach and digestive tract and is often used for digestive complaints like nausea or indigestion after overeating (like during the holidays). The stomach complaints of Ant-c are often accompanied by headache and loss of appetite.

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Changing from C to LM Potencies

Potency and potency protocols are the preoccupation of all beginning homeopaths, and there are many technical details elucidated by experienced homeopaths. This webinar will compare 35 years of clinical experience using C-potencies and 15 current years using LM-potencies, including a 5 year period of pitfalls and making the transition.

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Anne Schadde: Homeopathy on Hold for a Paradigm Shift

What is a paradigm? Jörg Wichmann writes in his article “Beyond the Evidence Trap”: “A paradigm is a set of ideological principles and views on which a conception of the world or a science is based. Paradigms have evolved historically and are changing.” An example of this is a paradigm that had long been valid:

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Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning is young.

Henry Ford