Homeopathic remedies work to stimulate your own body’s ability to heal. Remedies are created from materials from nature; sources from plants, minerals and animals are used.

Homeopathic medicines are carefully prepared  in a highly dilute form that have been developed in a way that utilises their healing properties without causing any harm to the person taking them. The main principle is to use the minimum amount of a substance to bring the body back to a state of balance & health.

Homeopathy dates back to the Nineteenth Century in Germany where it was developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann and is now the second most widely used medicine in the world.

The choice of prescribed remedy is based on the Law of Similars. The Law of Similars states that what a substance can cause it can cure (Similia Similibus Currentur).

A consultation enables me to gain a picture of a patient as whole and the medicine prescribed is individually selected based on that picture. The remedy selected will have a picture that matches the picture of you as an individual.

After you take the remedy there should be a gradual improvement of your symptoms. Chronic problems often take longer to heal but some improvement is often seen straight away.

If you are on any medications from your GP it is recommended that you consult your GP before you make any changes to your regular medication regime. Homeopathic remedies rarely interact with medications for most people but I will need to know what medications you are taking as a precaution.

I am also unable to sell remedies to people without a consultation. 

NB – In emergencies your first port of call is your GP or medical centre as homeopathy is a complement to, not a replacement for their services.

Homeopathy can be used to treat most forms of chronic illness.

Homeopathy can assist in supporting individuals with symptoms of:

  • Chronic problems such as arthritis, diabetes, asthma
  • Hormonal issues such as PMS, PMDD, Menopausal difficulties, fertility problems
  • Chronic or repeated respiratory infections. Chronic GIT problems such as IBS
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Skin disorders
  • Pediatric issues such as ADHD, bedwetting or allergies
  • Anxiety, depression and mental health issues related to trauma and PTSD