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    Top Tips for Indigestion

    We all have experienced indigestion at one time or another. Even if you are not prone to it on a regular basis, you may have noticed an uneasiness in your

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    What Happened in Our Clinic This week

    “I’m very pleased with the [homeopathic] treatment, my leg looks and feels much better, I can bear to stand at work for longer without having to suffer for it when I get back home. I thought I was going to have to resort to surgery but now I’m hoping to avoid it”

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    Don’t let yesterday take up too much of today

    Do you suffer with depression, anxiety, ocd or other mental health problem?
    Homeopathy offers a safe and natural option of looking after your health

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  • What about Mental Health?

    The truth is that nobody has come to this world with a full set of copying skills. This is something we all pick up on our journey of life. So next time you look at someone and think that they ‘have it good’ for whatever reason, don’t be so quick to make this assumption. Most of us have learnt by now how to hide our doubts and fears.Another truth is: we are all suffering.  There is not a person in this world who wouldn’t carry doubt, fear, sadness or grief in their hearts at some point in their lives… and it’s okay. What is not okay is making it sound like some sort of phenomenon… or making people feel isolated because, all of a sudden, they don’t fit the mould anymore.

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  • How does Healing happen?

    What can you expect when you start your homeopathic treatment? I’ve been recently asked to put a time frame on a certain chronic condition and I refused to do it

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  • The truth about Acne

    Did you know that acne is the most common of all skin problems, affecting as much as 80% of the population? Acne is an umbrella-term for different types of eruptions

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  • Endometriosis

    Seeing as we are in the middle of the Endometriosis Awareness Week (4-10 March 2019), I felt compelled to write a little bit about this painful condition. For those of

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  • The Importance of Balance

    When you think about it, everything in this world is depending on balance in order to work properly. Plants need different types of mineral compounds in order to thrive; if

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  • Croupy cough

      Croup is a type of a viral laryngitis caused by a parainfluenza virus (yes, the same family as the Flu) which tends to affect children under the age of

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  • Parkinson’s Disease

    Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive degenerative disorder which affects the neurons responsible for motor skills; resulting in shaking, difficulty with walking, movement and coordination. Harmonious work of the nervous system

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Crohn’s disease and inflammatory bowel disease

Named after Dr. Burrill Bernard Crohn, the physician who first described the condition in 1932, Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disorder – a broad title used to describe any condition which involves the intestines becoming swollen, inflamed and ulcerated. Ulcerative colitis is another example of an Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Crohn’s, in particular, is an unpleasant and painful condition,

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Could I have a food intolerance?

A food intolerance (otherwise known as non-allergic food hypersensitivity), is a condition of the digestive system. It involves some form of negative reaction, which is caused by the body’s inability to properly digest a particular food, food additive or other compound found in food (or drink). Food intolerances are far more common than true food allergies. They also tend to

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