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31st January 2017
At last its here. A film explaining clearly the efficacy of homeopathy:
http://www.justonedropfilm.com/
Well done to all those involved in getting this off the ground!

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4th February 2016
For farmers interested in using homeopathy to prevent and treat disease there is an informative recording made on Radio 4 recently which includes farmers discussing the positive outcomes of homeopathy which they have used over a number of years to protect their farm animals from disease and also anxiety: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06z4w6y

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Homeopathy For Thyroid Disease

There was a 2014 study undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of individualized homeopathy in various child cases. The decision to treat subclinical hypothyroidism with or without autoimmune thyroiditis (AIT) in children. TSH levels were studied (thyroid stimulating hormone, the one that comes on strong when thyroid hormone levels drop low), as well as anti-thyroid antibodies (looking for autoimmune attacks on the patient’s thyroid).

The results were crystal clear: homeopathy works!

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MEDICAL THERMAL IMAGING

For a non-toxic and early warning form of Breast Screening why not consider using Medical Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging.

The next quarlerly MDITI CLINIC  takes place at Wharf Clinic at Coombe Hill, Gloucester GL19 4BB.

on Friday 21st August 2015 followed by Friday 13th November 2015

Ring: 01242 506122 for more info or visit www.safebreastcare.co.uk

Allergies that cause Hypertension

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in Homeopathy | Comments Off on Allergies that cause Hypertension

For the people in the world who suffer from allergies to food or chemicals and also have problems with high blood pressure here follows a personal account of my learning curve on the subject which I hope they will find useful. For some years and probably since menopause, I have been suffering from time to time with a dull but persistent headache accompanied by a rise in blood pressure up in the region of 145/91 sometimes higher. As time went by I discovered that certain foods could cause these symptoms, in particular Soya (no matter how little) and Yeast. So, as you do, I cut these foods out of my diet and yet I was still suffering from hypertension and even higher than before it would sometimes not return to normal for a number of days and especially worse at night with a hint of breathing difficulties, although I have no prior history of breathing difficulties in my life. One day, after walking from one end of my local high street to the other, I became aware of a sudden rise in my BP which did not return to normal for several days. In the home environment I had often found that after sitting in front of my laptop in my kitchen/dining room for around 30 minutes I could sense the commencement of the dull head pain and general dis-ease and I put this down to EMF from my laptop (being quite a sensitive person, I reasoned). Then I had a true light bulb experience after I researched domestic fuel oil which was the fuel for our home boiler situated in a large cupboard behind where I general sit to work on my laptop. It appears that domestic fuel oil is actually the same oil as diesel oil and I began to suspect that the fumes from my boiler and the fumes from the diesel traffic in my local high street were possibly the cause of this particular rise in my blood pressure. Anyway, after explaining this to my husband he immediately ordered an engineers visit from the heating company we used to service our boiler. The engineer duly arrived and after I explained my fears he quite imperiously informed me that the boiler wasnt old (4 yrs old in fact) and had been regularly serviced so my symptoms couldn’t possibly be caused by the boiler. In response to this I asked him to service the boiler (which was anyway due in a month or two) and I trotted off to the lounge a safe distance from the boiler. 30 minutes later the engineer popped his head round the lounge door and asked to come in. With a somewhat contrite look on his face he advised me never to turn the boiler on again because it would be unsafe to do so as it had developed a hole in the metal casing which meant fumes/fluids where leaking out onto the floor and yet neither of us had smelt any fumes and the working carbon monoxide alarm had failed to go off! We immediately contacted the boiler manufacturers and hey presto they replaced the boiler free of charge providing we allowed them to take the boiler back to their factory for analysis. However, because I insisted that our next boiler...

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