Why Homoeopathy

Homoeopathy

According to Mahatma Gandhi – “Homoeopathy is the latest and refined method of treating patients economically and non-violently. Governments must encourage and patronise it in our country. Homoeopathy, which in reality cures a larger percentage of cases than any other treatment, and it is beyond all doubt safer and the most complete medical science.”

Often people come to homoeopathy after they’ve tried conventional medicine and other treatments but are still suffering from their symptoms and/or drug symptoms caused by some treatments!

Homoeopathy forms a large and important part of the Complementary Therapy market – a market which is forecast to grow at a rate of 23% every year.

According to the World Health Organisation, in 2004 Homoeopathy was the second most used medical system worldwide.

Homoeopathy is used by 15% of UK citizens (around 9 million people)
27% of German citizens
40% of French population
62% of Indian people
Globally it is estimated that 450 million people use and trust homoeopathy worldwide, every year.

I believe illness is full of life-changing potential! Rather like the irritant that creates a beautiful pearl!

I believe you already have within you everything you need to be WELL. For example, if you cut yourself, your body immediately uses all its resources to begin healing the injury.

Good homoeopathic treatment can support this natural recovery process. Homoeopathy can treat emotional, physical, acute and chronic conditions, in all age-groups. It can be particularly useful in Pregnancy and Birthing as well as providing ‘end-of-life’ support.

I was first introduced to homoeopathy almost two decades and I’ve been so impressed with its effectiveness as a Complementary Treatment that I trained to become a Homoeopath at The Welsh School of Homoeopathy and am registered and insured with The Society of Homoeopaths.

If you would like to make an appointment or receive further information please contact me: Geraldine Norris on 07974 838415 or email aura@tesco.net

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