We Got Dimme Back – A dog-lover’s cure with homeopathy

HSI Newsletter July 2011 Newsletter article submitted by Suzanne Pierce, an HSI student. Dimsum (or Dimmie) — our 14-year-old Shih Tzu – has always been a loving, affectionate, quiet little guy, following me around everywhere. Last spring I noticed Dimmie’s changing behavior. He didn’t sleep through the night, couldn’t stand on his back legs and

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Beat the Holiday Blues

HSI Newsletter December 2010 While it’s so much fun to celebrate with family and friends, the holidays can also pose a bit of a challenge. After shopping, cleaning house, decorating and cooking, a lot is already accomplished. Without time to rest from excitement and hurry we keep going – getting into pies, ice cream, coffee,

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Ruta and Rest – A Horse-Owner’s Cure with Homeopathy

HSI Newsletter October 2010 Newsletter article submitted by Nina, Montana, USA I use homeopathic remedies on my horses, and always marvel at the results I get. Anything from a chronic cough to an allergic reaction to lameness has been resolved with the help of homeopathic remedies on all of my horses. My horse, Boom, is

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Cold and Flu Season is Upon Us!

HSI Newsletter October 2010 Homeopathy is a natural, gentle and non-toxic way to prevent or treat colds and flu. Homeopathic treatment can be less expensive than traditional routes of care and can really help to save on health care expenses if one doesn’t have medical insurance. Homeopathic treatment strengthens your vitality. It can protect against

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A Case of Migraine

HSI Newsletter September 2010 Kate Paradis, CHom. Kate is an HSI graduate and works in her full-time homeopathic practice in Boulder, Colorado. We received this case from Kate demonstrating the successful treatment of long-term chronic migraines. If you’d like to contact Kate directly, please visit the Find a Certified Homepath Page A 48 year-old man, we’ll call “Bill”, has suffered frequent debilitating

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Henry Ford