Homeopathy

homeopathy

Once again my Mom was ahead of her time.  She ignored the folks who called her crazy for her belief in homeopathy to heel illness and injuries.  I played basketball competitively and with competitive sports come lots of aches and pains.  My mother used arnica to ease the pain.  I will be the first to admit I was only half listening when she reminded me to use nuks vamika when I was stressed, or to rub arnica on my sore muscles.  As I cruise the grocery store aisle I now see all these treatments on the shelves.  I imagine Mom in my head rightfully yelling, “I told you so!”  Luckily, she never does. She watches my journey and gives support.  This is what I hope I can do for those exploring homeopathy.

Is it a bit confusing with how it works?  Maybe.  Does the muscle testing that is done to test the body’s weaknesses seem to be something out of a sci-fi movie? Yes, at times.  What I can tell you is it’s been around forever, there are no harmful side effects and it produces results of healing for multitudes of people with ailments ranging from autism, food allergies to inflammation.

I personally had amazing results by utilizing Lauren Lee Stone who works in the same office building as Dr. O’Hara in Wilton, CT.  Again, this is why it’s an integrated approach to healing.  It’s a team of people that can bring you to a point where results start to happen.  Just like finding an integrated doctor, you must find a successful homeopath that has a great reputation.  As you can imagine, you may have to weed through some people who aren’t exactly qualified.  Below is Lauren’s bio so you can see what a qualified professional might look like.

In addition to a B.A. from Yale University and a Ph. D. from Cornell   University, Lauren has a Masters in Human Nutrition from the University   of Bridgeport. She also holds an advanced certificate in BioSET, Quantum Reflex   Analysis, and is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner.
Dr. Lauren Lee Stone, B.A, Ph.D. MA http://cornerstoneintegrativecare.com/

You might ask, why would someone so bright go down a path that is questioned by the mainstream medical profession?   It’s the same answer I heard with almost all of the doctors who choose this path, her own children needed help so she decided to put that brain to work and find a way to cure them.
 

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