Homeopathy- Energy Medicine for Mind and Body

This appeared in Austin All Natural – Austin, Texas Barbara Seideneck, CCH, RSHom (NA) Homeopathy is a natural treatment easy on people and the environment. Homeopathic remedies are absolutely non-toxic and require minute amounts for treatment. For example, if you prepared a remedy from a drop of Arnica tincture, it would provide medicine for many

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Homeopathic Treatment

When you see a homeopathic practitioner for the first time, you may notice that the consultation is quite different from a usual doctor’s appointment. A homeopathic practitioner pays close attention to your specific physical and emotional concerns and assesses your health in terms of a wide variety of factors. Besides hearing questions precisely focused on

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Homeopathy – Evidence of Efficacy

What is it about European doctors and homeopathy? Hahnemann, homeopathy’s founder, was a German physician appalled by the climate in medicine 200 years ago, so he created a less invasive form of medicine. Jacques Benveniste, a French immunologist in the 1980’s, discovered interesting dynamics in water, which strongly support Hahnemann’s method. And, most recently, Dr.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Bites and Stings – Keynotes

Apis: Rosy puffy swellings Achy joints that are better with cold Restless Sensitive to touch Better with motion Thirstless, but worse with water Craves milk, which makes it better Carbolic acid: Terrible pains coming and going Prickling burning sensation Septic conditions Craves stimulants and smoking. Ledum (marsh tea): Cold and blue Better with cold Hypericum:

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