Perimenopausal Symptoms.

Here is list of some of the symptoms you might experience in perimenopause. Heart Palpitations, hot flushes, hair loss, night sweats, irregular periods, migraines and headaches, loss of labido, vaginal dryness, weight gain, uterine fibroids and aching joints. It is not a great read, is it? Then add in mood swings, memory loss, irritability, anxiety, Continue reading »

A Homeopathic Family

This is a photo of a homeopathic kit that my grandparents used in India! This kit travelled with them to Baluchistan, Shimla and various of the northern territories before they left around 1916. You have to remember that homeopathy was one of the main forms of medicine in India then and still is even today. Continue reading »

Homeopathy for Menopause

Here are some relationship and work related issues that confront women during their menopausal years. RELATIONSHIPS Ending your reproductive life can have a huge impact a stable or new relationship and is often accompanied by the mental and emotional symptoms. In a family situation your are adjusting to children moving away, empty nesting or to Continue reading »

Walking with Homeopathy – Mosses and Lichens

When I was out walking I noticed this wonderful tree dripping with mosses and lichens in a graveyard where some poor Spanish souls are buried far from their native land. They were sailors in the 3rd Spanish Armada of 1597.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3rd_Spanish_Armada The forty-ton caravel Nuestra Senora Buenviage, was driven ashore by the storm in Milford Haven, Continue reading »

Walking With Homeopathy – Violets

The best way of “Walking With Homeopathy” on gusty days is down through a wooded valley towards Castlebeach. No castles sadly only an old lime kiln. This was for making quicklime used on farms and for buildings. Coal delivered by barges from the mines on the Cleddau Estuary, limestone from further along the coast, mixed Continue reading »

Walking With Homeopathy – Snowdrops

I am lucky to be in West Wales on a maritime peninsula for lock down. The Irish Sea on one side and Milford Haven on the other. Walking on coastal paths has been a real tonic since February. The ancient woodlands tucked safely in hidden valleys are bursting with wild flora and ferns. The cliffs Continue reading »

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