Homeopathy — take a look

Homeopathy is an old modality that is experiencing a resurgence as one of the fastest growing forms of alternative medicine in the world today.

Homeopathy is an old modality that is experiencing a resurgence as one of the fastest growing forms of alternative medicine in the world today.

by Pamela Davis — 

Homeopathy is a safe, effective and inexpensive solution for many first-aid conditions and its treatments belong in every home’s first-aid kit. They also are a must for every hiker, backpacker and camper’s equipment.

Homeopathy can be the answer in an emergency situation. Take the case of someone who, while working in their yard, disturbs a beehive and is stung multiple times. If they are not allergic to bee stings (a true medical emergency), homeopathy, when used immediately, can bring quick relief. Three pellets of Apis, taken every 15 minutes after removal of the stingers, can reduce the swelling, itching and redness. Continue taking the Apis until the symptoms improve.

Homeopathy is an old modality that is experiencing a resurgence as one of the fastest growing forms of alternative medicine in the world today. Why? Because it works on the principle of the “Law of Similars.” This means that a substance that causes symptoms in a healthy person will cure someone in a diseased state who has those symptoms.

If you are unfamiliar with homeopathy, a homeopathic first aid kit is a good place to start. Kits come with directions that tell you how and when to use the remedies.

In any life-threatening emergency, your first priority must be to seek conventional emergency treatment as quickly as possible. But a good homeopathic first aid kit like the Desert Emergency Kit can offer quick relief from many situations, such as allergic reactions, animal, snake and insect bites, bleeding, burns, cactus accidents, concussion/head injuries, dehydration, heat stroke, food poisoning, fractures, sprains, emotional shock and grief. The kit can be used exclusively in non-life-threatening situations and until emergency personnel arrive in the case of life-threatening situations.

Why not try homeopathy? The remedies are inexpensive, easy to carry with you and, most importantly, they work.

 

Pamela Davis is a student at Desert Institute School of Classical Homeopathy in Phoenix. She is a licensed acupuncturist, a licensed massage therapist, a doctor of clinical hypnotherapy, and a doctor of Oriental medicine. 602-347-7950.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 24, Number 6, December 2005/January 2006.

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