Friday, 26 March 2010

New Website

Homeopathy at
All Things Healing



Just in time for Spring TwentyTen, a new website has been officially launched – allthingshealing – visit and see what you think.  There are dozen of articles on subjects from dream medicine to sacred living, from herbal medicine to homeopathy and forums for discussions and even videos.  My page is the homeopathy page and from time to time I'll post my own articles on homeopathy but the bulk of the material I hope will come from submissions from practitioners or from people who've had a positive experience with homeopathy.

Here's an article I wrote on Breast Cancer and Homeopathy

4 comments:

April Jarocka said...

Beautiful look to the site. Enjoying the All Healing site too. My link's not working btw. But thanks for putting it up all the same.

Kimme@Irish Cottage Dreams said...

Love your sites new look. I will definitely check out the healing site. I try to use homeopathic remedies where I can, and I am also a vegetarian (not vegan)... I have never felt better. Thank you for the link :)
~kimme

J Burke said...

Was that beautiful photograph taken in Kiltumper?

If you happen to see this and have the chance to answer, can you tell me if homeopathy has anything to offer for chronic pain? My daughter had surgery to correct scoliosis in the year 2000, when she was 13. The surgery was successful as far as straightening her spine, however she suffers from back pain every day and has received little help from conventional doctors, other than being told to take Advil, and some help from a chiropractor but that only takes the edge off. My guess is that she will have to find a combination of treatments, which is where I was hoping homeopathy might come in.

River Ridge Farm said...

Christine: I am happy to find a blog by you. I have read O Come Ye Back To Ireland, many times (the reader's digest condensed version). My family 2 boys (15 & 13 & husband) will be traveling to Ireland next summer 2011 around July 20 - August 5th and just looked up Kiltumper. Any suggestions for areas to immerse oneself in the local culture? Check out my blog if you like. riverridgelavender.blogspot.com