Heal Aches and Pains with Homeopathy
A talk by
Barbara Seideneck, CCH, RSHom, Director,
Homeopathy School International
March 5, 2012 at 6.00 PM
$5.00 at the door
Art and Wellness Collective
133 4th Street
Loveland, CO 80537
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A Clinic Day in Ubud
Submitted by Soma Glick CHom (CO, USA), D.O.M. (NM, USA), L.Ac (CO, USA), Graduate of HSI
It’s 10 AM on Monday morning and I just pulled up into the small yard of “Bumi Sehat”, the birthing clinic where I’ve been treating the local children of Ubud, Bali since October 2005. Ubud is about one hour’s drive from my house and the road takes me through a jungle with swift rivers cutting through deep gorges, terraced and manicured rice fields as far as the eye can see. I see temple gates
Soma with Tibetan kids at the clinic in McLeod Ganj, India.
with striking stone carvings, villages and bustling markets. However I never dare to take my eyes off the road for too long in order to enjoy the side views. Driving in Bali is like going through a course of obstacles, constantly dodging motorbikes, pedestrians and huge trucks, which usually suddenly appear around a bend at full speed.
With my doctor’s bag, I enter the large room where I work, set up with treatment tables. Usually several children and their parents are already waiting for my arrival. A lovely Balinese woman who serves as my translator and takes care of the administrative papers greets me and helps me set up a clean field for my equipment: a Sho-ni-shin kit (Sho-ni-shin is a painless Japanese acupuncture method well suited for infants and children), a tiger warmer (special moxa for children), and half-inch seirin needles (very thin and sharp needles). I keep an othoscope, a thermometer and a 100-remedy homeopathy kit handy.
by Christina Richmond, CHom, Graduate of HSI
Belonging to the Compisitae, or Daisy family, Arnica is very much an Alpine plant according to the book “Prisma” by Frans Vermeulen. “It prefers open landscapes and a massive flow of ”color:#595500">incoming sunlight at high altitudes … It is useful in
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small doses to increase the action of the heart and raises arterial tension. It stimulates the action of the skin and kidneys." It is helpful in homeopathic form with headaches, head injuries and any ill effects of accidents and blunt traumas. It is best known for this last and is regularly applied topically or taken internally after bumps, bruises and falls. It is also useful pre- and post-surgery and helpful in recovery from dental work.
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