I use ignatia amara for everyday stress and lavender essential oil on my pillow to help me fall into a relaxing slumber.
Colloidal Silver, Tea Tree Oil and various essential oils depending on the situation.
There are so many that I can't name them all. Oscillium, for the flu, zinc lozenges to lower the risk, and treat infection, olive leaf extract for warts, oil of oregano for bronchitis, an asthma preparation, along with magnesium is very helpful, beta glucan for auto immune disease, l glutamine for hypoglycemia, trytophan for insomnia, don qui for menopause, mold, dust, and pet dander, for treatment of asthma, instead of the shots, pyconogenal for inflammation, cherries for pain. Shall I continue?
by thebookmom 6 years ago
What do you know about Homeopathic medicine?Where did it come from? How does it work? Is it successful? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this type of medicine?
by Jenna Ditsch 17 months ago
Has homeopathic medicine worked for your family?Tell me how you've used it and the results you've gotten. Recommendations to helpful websites are a plus!
by Naveed Ahmed 3 years ago
What is the scope of homeopathic medicine for treating allergy permanently?I've heard from doctors that allergy cannot be treated in allopathy, rather it can be controlled or minimized for a certain time period. I also know of the vaccination techniques used in allopathy and patients have reported...
by Moon Daisy 5 years ago
Do you believe that homeopathy works?Do you believe that the energy in homeopathic remedies helps to cure many ailments, or do you think that the remedies are so weak that they couldn't possibly do anything?
by Paula 8 months ago
Are you into Homeopathic, holistic, alternative medicine healing & home remedies...and...If you have faith in and use methods of integrative medicine, please share with us, what remedies you use, for what ailments\injuries and elaborate on your experiences.
by Dr Nancy Malik 8 years ago
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