Booking Homeopathy at Apothecary 27
October, the month where we can feel winter making it’s presence known – the evenings and mornings are cold and the nights have drawn in. This change of season is when our immune systems are put to the test coping with the fluctuating temperature and conditions, so head colds, catarrhal conditions, as well as ear and throat problems are common.
Homeopathy can be of great service here, with remedies like Aconitum, Gelsemium, Bryonia and Pulsatilla (to name but a few!) relieving discomfort gently and speedily, depending on the particular symptoms being expressed.
Aconite for when there has been a sudden onset, typically from exposure to a cold wind, with a high temperature and fever at the start of a cold.
Gelsemium is good where the patient feels achy and shivery and wants to lie down.
Bryonia where the cold develops into a dry cough. Patient is thirsty, irritable and wants to be left alone.
Pulsatilla suits patients who are not thirsty and need lots of TLC. There is usually yellowish and copious catarrh, often with accompanying earache.
If you want to know more about Homeopathy at Apothecary 27 do ring or email:
Dominic Upton on 07973 181483 email: email@example.com or
Sylvia Palmer on 01428 606513 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
both of whom are professional homeopaths practicing at Apothecary 27 and who are keen to spread the word about how you can deal with many common health problems using homeopathy.