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First Aid Class – Using Homeopathic Remedies To Help In The Healing

In my last blog post, I wrote about what my niche is: chronic, ongoing health homeopathy first aidconcerns. Homeopathy is wonderful for chronic conditions. Homeopathy is also wonderful for acute and first aid concerns.

Over the past years, I have written blogs, talking about specific homeopathic remedies that are useful for sprains, traumas, burns, during a natural disaster, and when having dental work.

In February, I am offering a class in the San Diego area on some of the homeopathic remedies I wrote about, and to also talk a little bit about homeopathy.  You are welcome to come if you are in the San Diego area. If you are not local, and are interested in having a class on first aid in your area, we could plan an online course via Skype, Facetime or Whatsapp.

Here is the flyer for the class on First Aid I am giving on Saturday, February 9th at Lifelong Yoga. If you know of someone who may be interested in the class, I would appreciate you passing this information on to them. Thank you.
 

 A Class on First Aid Using Homeopathic Remedies

Are you looking for natural ways to help you and your family when you experience an injury, a sprain, a burn or an insect bite? You may see your physician at the time, which is always a good idea if there are severe symptoms and responses, but, you are open to learning about other ways to help in your healing. This class may be for you then.  

 This class will cover the following information:

  •  Specific homeopathic remedies helpful for sprains/strains, falls, traumas, wounds/cuts, insect bites, burns, and dental work. A homeopathic kit.
  • How to use these homeopathic remedies.
  • How to come to the homeopathic remedy.
  • What is homeopathy? A brief introduction.
  • Case stories of people who used homeopathy in first aid situations.
  • Questions and answers.
  • A handout that covers the homeopathic remedies and how to take them will be given out.

Location: Lifelong Yoga, 2364 Fletcher Pkwy, El Cajon, 92020

Date: Saturday, February 9th

Time: 12:45 pm – 2pm

Fee: $25 – by check, cash, credit card or Venmo.

Bring a mat, a cushion or a back rest for your comfort. We will be sitting on the floor. There are a few chairs available.

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I am Pamela Hird Klein, PDHom(UK). I am a classical homeopath in the La Mesa area. Educating people about the benefits of homeopathy is a passion of mine, in addition to being a practitioner of homeopathy. I would be happy to have you join this class if you are interested in learning more. My contact information is pam@homeopathytoheal.com, and http://www.homeopathytoheal.com

 

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And if I can be of help to you regarding your health and homeopathy, I invite you to contact me.

 

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Arnica Montana – a Homeopathic Remedy for Trauma

The homeopathic remedy Arnica Montana is often people’s first introduction to homeopathy.  Many mothers use it for their children. Athletes may use it. And I have heard that cosmetic surgeons and dentists often recommend Arnica Montana after there has been a surgical procedure. (You may want to look at my post on recovery after a Caesarian section.)

Arnica Montana is a wonderful homeopathic remedy for any kind of trauma situation that occurs to the body.  Traumas can be falls, surgeries, accidents, and blows. There is a feeling of soreness and bruising. Often the person may say, “I am fine”. There can be swelling and puffiness. The formation of ecchymosis may occur – black and blue areas. Ecchymosis is a bruise, contusion or a dark area on the skin, made by blood which has escaped into the tissues after a blow.  This is really the body’s way of healing itself when there has been trauma. Arnica Montana helps in the reduction of these symptoms, and eases the feeling of soreness, pain and bruising.

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The homeopathic remedy Arnica Montana is made from the Arnica Montana plant that grows on mountains in high altitude areas.  The two small vials shown here are what you may find in the store.

Here are a couple of examples when Arnica Montana was used:

  • A patient of mine used it after having a procedure to remove a skin growth on her nose.  The area was sore, slightly puffy and the checks started to get a yellowish tinge to them. She was using Tylenol to help with the pain. But after starting to use Arnica Montana, she noticed that the soreness was less, the swelling and puffiness was going down, and the yellowish area was fading.
  • Another patient used Arnica Montana after having teeth fillings replaced. She was feeling a deep soreness in her teeth, gums and jaw as the result of having experienced a lot of drilling. Arnica Montana relieved the pain completely. She used the remedy several times a day for several days and/or when needed.

Often people use this remedy in a self help and first aid situation. It is always good though, to see a practitioner of homeopathy if there are serious or longer lasting symptoms  that you are experiencing.