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Homeopathy for the Garden. Workshop in Co. Clare – 16th & 17th April

Would you like a pest-free garden full of robust, healthy, productive plants? Would you like to achieve this easily, sustainably and without toxidity?Homeopathy for Farm and Garden

Come to a weekend practical workshop exploring the theory and practice of Agrohomeopathy with K.D. Kaviraj, the author of “Homeopathy for Farm and Garden” and pioneer in the field.

The workshop will be in the appropriate environment of Scarriff Community Garden, Co. Clare on Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th of April

Learn how to:

  • repel slugs, beetles, larvae and other pests in a safe, effective, non-toxic manner.
  • heal fungal and bacterial diseases
  • balance nutrient excesses & deficiencies
  • restore damaged or traumatised plants and soils

Irish Society of Homeopaths Conference – 25th & 26th of June, Gibson Hotel Dubin

The Irish Society of Homeopaths has finalised their lineup for the 1st Annual ISH Conference in June. It will be held on 25th/26th June in the Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin.

The Line-up is

Asperger’s syndrome and Homeopathy with Ali Glascott, 14th & 15th Nov, Dublin

A Homeopathic Guide To the Treatment of Asperger’s Syndrome

WithAli Glascott

Central Hotel, Dublin City Centre

Swine ‘flu Homeopathy Remedies

The latest outbreak of Swine ‘flu has well and truly set in here in Ireland and is spreading quickly. Claims that Tamiflu is the magic bullet have already met with scepticism in the press. So what can you do with Homeopathy? Quite a lot – Homeopathy has an excellent track record in epidemics – there is a statue of Hahnemann, the founder of Homeopathy, in Paris erected to him by a grateful Napoleon after he singlehandedly stopped a cholera epidemic in troops returning from the Russian front to name just one example. There are a range of tried and trusted ‘flu remedies.

Here’s the advice I’ve been working with so far.

(Please note the usual diclaimers apply – this does not constitute medical advice, is not intended to replace same or encourage self-diagnosis and is presented here for educational purposes only)

  1. Influenzinum 9c – take one dose every week for four weeks, and then, take the last dose one month later. This is intended as a strengthening/preventative measure.
  2. Oscillococcinum aka Anas Barb 200c. There are two names for this remedy. It’s Anas Barb in Nelsons. This is to be taken on the first onset of ‘flu symptoms. It should catch the early onset of the ‘flu.
  3. The Indicated Remedy if you actually get the full blown ‘flu, then give the indicated ‘flu remedy according to the symptoms.The indicated remedy in pandemics is usually very consistent and called the “genus epidemicus“. This is narrowed down to a shortlist of three or less. When more information is gathered about the common symptoms of the ‘flu in the UK & Ireland, this post will be updated with these common remedies.

    Update: The swine ‘flu task force of the SPHQ in Canada is recommending a protocol involving the remedies Arsenicum, Baptisia, Pyrogen alongside Anas Barb – all in 200c

Irish School students Launch student clinic website

The 3rd year students at the Irish School of Homeopathy have lauched a swanky new website for their student clinic. The clinic is run as part of the 4 year practitioner course in the senior years and is overseen by a qualified and experienced practitioner. It’s a great opportunity to receive very cost effective professional homeopathic treatment while helping student practitioners gain experience.

Irish School of Homoeopathy Student Clinic

Cuba prevents annual epidemic among 2.5m people using homeopathy

Cuban medical researchers have successfully prevented the annual outbreak of Leptospirosis in Cuba among a population of 5 million people across two regions using homeopathy in both 2007 and 2008, a homeopathy conference in Havana Cuba heard recently.

Bach Flower Remedies Course – Sat 14th July, Dublin

I’m running another Introduction to the Bach Flower Remedies and Essences coming up shortly on Saturday 14th of July. It will be in room 8 at Milltown Park in Ranelagh from 10am to 4.30 to 5pm.

The day is a hands-on session of working with the Bach Flowers and attendees should come away with a good overview of Flower Essences and how to use them for yourself and in your practice.

We’re back, after a tech glitch

And with an updated design too. The week before the Conference, the site’s database hiccoughed and threw out the permissions for just anyone to look at the content. This has been fixed now and this site’s CMS, Drupal, upgraded to the latest version.

That’s why we’re sporting a new look, too. With Drupal’s default theme, Minelli.

Irish Times: “Believe in the impossible and defy science if you think homeopathy works”

The Irish Times continue to stir the debate by adding their latest article on the topic in today’s health supplement. Someone else who in the name of rationality, has abandoned curiosity for dogma.

Believe in the impossible and defy science if you think homeopathy works
Irish Times Health Supplement, Tuesday, 5th July 2005

Question all you are asked to believe in and make sure you have a skeptical attitude before using homeopathy, says Paul O’Donoghue