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November 6, 2018

In the age of Social Media, it appears that 'Narcissism' is a word that has increasingly entered the popular lexicon. However, what exactly is this aspect of personality called 'Narcissism' and is it actually the sufferer who is directly affected or - perhaps more like...

October 18, 2018

HOMEOPATHY was discovered by Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), who worked alongside doctors as a translator. He had become totally disillusioned about general medicine as it was administered at that time with its crude approach to treatment. He had observed such practices...

August 21, 2018

At a time when antibiotic resistance is becoming a growing threat, I started to focus my mind on possible homeopathic alternatives. In this quest, I came across a plant remedy called 'Prunella Vulgaris', which is known in herbal medicine as 'Self Heal'. This name could...

July 2, 2018

On Sunday, 24th June, I was delighted to be invited by Nimisha Parekh of Narayani Remedies to give a day seminar at Birkbeck College in London based on my book 'Touching Base with Trauma: Reaching Across the Generations - a Three-Dimensional Homeopathic Perspective'. T...

April 5, 2018

This article first appeared in Homeopathy in Practice - autumn/winter 2017

I have always wondered why Lithium carbonicum is not a major polychrest in homeopathy given that its significance in orthodox medicine is almost iconic. This does not preclude the fact that its i...

February 25, 2018

I have observed a startling rise in the number of cases of tinnitus presenting for treatment in recent years. This applies to young as much as older people. Even though, according to ancient texts, this condition is documented to have existed in early times, I certainl...

November 20, 2017

I remember reading a book many years ago called ‘Mutant Messages from Down Under’ (1). What made an impression on me was what I felt represented a wake-up call to the reader; this was to let go of materialism and embrace the messages of nature. It concerned an American...

August 25, 2017

I would like to raise the question as to which comes first -

the craving or the lowering of mood?

When checking out the main remedies in the rubric ' 'sweets, desires', they are each reputed for their dark moods, all with different manifestations, of course. They include...

July 31, 2017

Thinking Outside the Box on Alzheimer’s

On Thursday, 20th July, 2017, the Guardian included an article by Joseph Jebelli - ‘We still think Alzheimer’s is incurable - one day it won’t be’.

In this article, he mentions that early accounts of dementia were described by Roma...

June 29, 2017

'What you don’t know can hurt you - but it can also lead to self-acceptance and healing' John Bradshaw

Recently, I have been starting to consider the impact of the collective cultural inheritance on the health of the individual. This could be compounded by the inherit...

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