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Burns, Bumps, Bruises, and Bites: Keep Kids Safe This Summer

Homeopath Childhood bumps and bruises

“Aaah, summer – that long anticipated stretch of lazy, lingering days, free of responsibility and rife with possibility. It’s a time to hunt for insects, master handstands, practice swimming strokes, conquer trees, explore nooks and crannies, and make new friends.” ~ Darell Hammond Being a child of the mid-1960’s, summer was all about long days away from home, … Read more

An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Special guest Debby Bruck, dear friend and colleague shares with you today the remarkable healing properties of apples! Do you remember hearing the old saying ‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away.’? Isn’t it amazing where you find truth? With today’s article you now have the science behind what your mother and grandmother already … Read more

Travelling? Time for the ‘TD’ Talk (Travellers’ Diarrhea)

  The snow has yet to fly here in Calgary…well…except for the mini blizzard we had in October! Being of sturdy stock though, that snow doesn’t count. Only the white stuff that falls in November and December means winter. And winter means thoughts turn to sandy beaches, pounding surf, sunny days, poolside lounging and a … Read more

Warts and All: A Case of Causticum

I can only think of one thing worse than pimples/acne for a young person entering puberty…warts! At a time when self-consciousness is at an all-time high, who wants to be worried about those bumpy, hideous things on fingers, arms, legs, and toes? Warts are those things that belong on the end of a witch’s nose … Read more

Guess the Remedy – Putting Myself Back Together Again

Thanks to everyone who sent in remedy suggestions to help support healing from the rear end collision. My ‘rear end’ is still stiff and sore but I have an appointment with an osteopath coming up, some massage appointments and time with my chiropractor. I will heal in no time! I loved being able to read … Read more

One Misstep on the Slippery Slope…or Stairs

Hola and Feliz Ano Nuevo from Baja Mexico! May 2015 be an amazing year for you! And yes…I am really writing this week’s newsletter from Mexico…with my foot resting on a handy package of paper towels. You would be surprised at how comfy they are as a footstool for a sprained foot. Yep…Christmas Eve. Sprained … Read more

Frankenstein Flu with a Side of Sore Throat

A few bits and pieces of news today before we get to the ‘season of sickness’ and what the month of November brings! CONGRATULATIONS to the first graduates of the Western College of Homeopathic Medicine! WOOHOO! Four years of hard work, studies, exams, and some celebrations thrown in to keep balance, and you have done … Read more

All That Glitters

We have a guest blog today! Please welcome my friend and colleague Dr. Roland Guenther. The Secret of Gold I am holding in my hands a tiny glass vial, and when I turn it, a fine yellow dust is shining. Gold. 0.29 grams, the result of a week of gold panning. A couple of weeks … Read more

Mother Goose on the Loose: Rhymes for Remedies

Today’s charming guest video blog is brought to you by Jackie Griffin Synott, student of homeopathy in Cork, Ireland, and mom to daughter Casey. Her very recent book, Rhymes for Remedies, is a must-have in your growing library of homeopathic materia medica (book of remedies), especially if you have young children or grandchildren who love to … Read more