Tag Archive: Homeopathy Articles

May 18

The Question of Susceptibility in Homeopathy

The Question of Susceptibility in Homeopathy by Deborah Olenev CCH RSHom (NA)   The question of susceptibility is central to homeopathy. In Western Medicine susceptibility is not a concept that is discussed much. Experts may attribute the various types of responses people have to viruses as dependent on viral load, genetics, preexisting conditions,  age or …

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Apr 19

Dream of the Widespread Use of Homeopathy

Dream of the Widespread Use of Homeopathy   Dream of the Widespread Use of Homeopathy   I have a dream that when people drive to COVID19 testing sites that they get tested, but at the same time a trained homeopath, or doctors, nurses, or medical personnel who have taken training courses in acute homeopathic care …

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Apr 19

It is Good to be a Homeopath During COVID19

It is Good to be a Homeopath During COVID19 by Deborah Olenev CCH RSHom (NA)   Dear Friends, I am extremely fortunate? Why? I am sitting in quarantine in my home with my children and my dog, living a wonderful life. Sure our house is in a state of disorder, as none of us are …

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Mar 12

Coronavirus A Homeopathic Perspective

Coronavirus A Homeopathic Perspective Dear Friends, I hope you are all doing well. My inbox has been flooded with articles about the Coronavirus and what you can do to prevent it. I wrote an article a few years back Staying Healthy With Homeopathy For Flus when the SARS epidemic was the big fear of the …

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Jan 09

Safeguard our Precious Homeopathy

White Rose by Deborah Olenev

Safeguard our Precious Homeopathy From to time our access to homeopathic remedies becomes threatened. We are once again in such a time.  The FDA is wanting to cancel the guidelines that have been in place for thirty years for the manufacture of homeopathic medicines. Lovers of homeopathy are being asked to write to the FDA …

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Jul 23

What Makes Me a Good Homeopath

What Makes Me a Good Homeopath   What makes me a good homeopath is that I am not the doer. I take the case, I type the notes, I do the repertorization. I make the charts. I attempt to analyze and make sense of all the data. All of this is just the work. The …

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Aug 21

Lycopodium Homeopathic Remedy

A close up of Lycopodium clavatum.

Lycopodium Homeopathic Remedy   In this article from one of my newsletters I feature Lycopodium clavatum, an utterly magnificent remedy. Why is it magnificent? Because it delivers healing when administered to a person who has the Lycopodium  characteristics, regardless of age or gender. Lycopodium has a few clear guiding symptoms, which point you to consider …

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Aug 21

Is There One Homeopathic Remedy Needed Throughout a Person’s Life

Is There One Homeopathic Remedy Needed Throughout a Person’s Life I received a question from a client asking: Is There One Remedy Needed Throughout a Person’s Life? Here is my response: Dear Catherine (name made up), Your question Is There One Remedy Needed Throughout a Person’s Life?  is such a wonderful one. Thank you for asking …

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Jun 26

Pulsatilla Nigricans Materia Medica

Pulsatilla flower

Pulsatilla Nigricans Materia Medica I did not intend this article to be a  comprehensive materia medica of Pulsatilla nigricans when I began writing it, but it grew in scope as I did research for the article. Initially I wanted to present the pointers to the remedy that I carry with me in my mind, and which …

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Mar 20

Spiritual Homeopathy

Spiritual Homeopathy Many of my clients have not seen me for a number of years, so I would like to let you know how I work these days.   First of all, I try to practice what I preach. I meditate every morning when I wake up to get myself centered, that means out of …

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Feb 04

Introduction to Homeopathy

What is Homeopathy? from Homeopathy for Health A History of Homeopathy The founder of homeopathy, and the man who coined its name, is Samuel Hahnemann. He was a physician, chemist, linguist, translator and father of ten children who was born in Leipzig, Germany in 1755. The famous story is told of how he was translating …

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Feb 01

One or More Homeopathic Remedies for Life

One or More Homeopathic Remedies for Life Dear Friends, There are many different schools of thought as to whether there is only one remedy for a person throughout that person’s life, or whether people can benefit from different remedies at different stages of their lives. Here are my thoughts on that. Q. Is it true …

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Feb 01

Using Traditional Chinese Medicine with Homeopathy for Colds

Using Traditional Chinese Medicine with Homeopathy for Colds Dear Friends, The article below is a small gift of information to help you make wise decisions to keep you and your family healthy in the winter months, and to present you with alternatives to Western treatment for the flu, including the flu shot. Uppermost in many people’s …

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Nov 13

Swine Flu and Homeopathy

Swine Flu and Homeopathy Dear Friends, We have all witnessed the excitement over the Swine Flu Epidemic.  I want to say a few things about it from the homeopathic perspective.  There was a fear that the swine flu epidemic could turn into a pandemic, which means a world wide epidemic, of the proportions that the …

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