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A Personal Post – I Love Homeopathy

This is a personal post.

I love homeopathy.

I get discouraged at times. Homeopathy is challenging. My job is to understand the suffering of the patient, and then match it with the similar, in the form of a homeopathic remedy. It is LIKE CURES LIKE (Law of Similars). This is so, whether in a first aid situation (an insect bite), an acute condition (an ear infection), or a chronic condition (reactions to vaccines or an injury, chronic pain and fatigue, anxiety and other ongoing, chronic health issues.)

In my practice, I continually see how homeopathy helps people in their health, and that they are doing and feeling better. When I see this happen, it brings me back to the thought that there is such a need for homeopathy. I say to myself at this time, I love homeopathy! I love that I practice homeopathy. I love that homeopathy is available to people. I love that I can contribute to people’s health. And I love learning more about homeopathy.

Thank You

A big thank you to all of you who read this post, and posts that I have written in the past. It shows me that you are wanting, and are open to having choices for your health care, and that you are open to homeopathy.

If you want to know more about homeopathy, Amy Lansky wrote a wonderful book titled THE IMPOSSIBLE CURE.

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If I can be of help to you and/or a loved one, please contact me here through this blog or through my website www.homeopathytoheal.com.

 

 

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Ledum – A Homeopathic Remedy Helpful For Puncture Wounds

Learning about how to take care of ourselves is always good. And learning how to use homeopathy to take care of ourselves, is even better.

Ledum Palustre

I want to tell you about the homeopathic remedy ledum plantLedum palustre (Ledum) in its use for puncture wounds. Ledum is made from the Marsh Tea plant. It is useful for other health concerns in addition to puncture wounds, but I am only going to address its use for puncture wounds today.

A puncture wound occurs from sharp pointed objects such as nails, injections, and splinters. (Some examples of injections are an IV, an immunization, an injection given when having dental work, and when giving blood.) Also, a puncture wound can occur from an insect sting, especially from mosquitoes and bees, an animal bite (puncture from the teeth), and scratches. Ledum helps ease the redness, swelling, stinging, and pricking pains that someone may experience from the insect bite, sting, or puncture wound. The pains may extend upward.

ledum vialCold applications help to ease and to relieve the discomfort and pains of the wound. The area feels cold, internally and possibly externally to the touch. It may seem odd that cold applications would help relieve the pain, since the area feels cold. This sensitivity about coldness is very characteristic of Ledum. In homeopathy, we call it a keynote. This coldness aspect helps to differentiate Ledum from the homeopathic remedy Apis, which is also helpful for insect bites. With Apis the area feels very hot.

If Ledum is used immediately after a puncture wound, tetanus can be prevented.

The person feels worse with warm applications, the heat of the bed, and at night. And is better with cold applications and cold bathing.

If I can be of any help regarding a health concern you have, please contact me here on the blog or through my website www.homeopathytoheal.com I would love to talk with you. I have a 15 + minute complimentary Get Acquainted Call.