Monday, March 30, 2009


Homeopathy: Another Medical Treatment Against Infertility in Cuba
The homeopathic treatment against infertility has contributed to the birth of 67 children in the Cuban province of Holguin.

Initiated in 1997 by Dr Esperanza Gilling, this alternative treatment to facilitate pregnancy has reported effectiveness in 90 percent of the patients treated and is one of the main achievements of the Provincial Center for Homeopathy, opened 14 years ago with its own pharmacy.

Dr Gilling explained that after rigorous clinical trials and in accordance with their results, infertile patients are administered a homeopathic preparation that facilitates pregnancy.

This institution, located in the city of Holguin, 735 kilometers east of Havana, gives consultations to about 500 patients from the provinces of Granma, Las Tunas, Santiago de Cuba and Havana, each month.

Homeopathy has also achieved good results in the treatment of asthma especially in children, hypertension and other diseases, and it is as rigorous as the scientific conventional medicine.

"The only difference between these procedures is the type of natural cures being used", said Dr Gilling, who has 17 years of practice in this medical treatment developed by the German doctor Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann in 1792.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Why Choose Homeopathy For Your Child?

Many people find their way to homeopathy as a last resort.
The more conventional forms of medical treatment fail to give gentle, rapid, and permanent results.
People zigzag from practitioner to practitioner finding limited or short-term relief of increasingly chronic symptoms.
Prescriptions for the control of a bewildering array of side effects get piled, one on the other.
It’s a heart-wrenching scenario, played out all over North America.
It is even more tragic and frustrating when that victim is a child!
Whether struggling with a diagnosis of ADHD, allergies, autism, anxiety, depression, rage, or fears, all children have positive attributes just waiting to be accessed.
Rather than seeing the child as a checklist of negative behaviours, a professional homeopathic practitioner offers a non-judgmental attitude, which pervades the homeopathic consult and buoys up the parent, validating the suspicion that their child is only acting in this fashion because they must!
These children are not inherently bad.
A variety of factors are creating imbalances.
Homeopathy can penetrate to the deepest part of the child’s constitution.
Real and lasting changes can be effected gently.
An expanding pool of data is showing that for children, homeopathy shows the best results out of all the complementary health methods available.
Why delay until the situation has deteriorated, and your child’s self-esteem, as well as the family dynamic, has suffered?
Convenient appointment times are available especially for children.
Book a homeopathic consultation for your “Challenging Child” today.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Friday, March 13, 2009


Reiki is used for: Bad habits
Psychological disorders
Physical dis-eases
Chronic pains
& much more

Channelled Energy: Universal energy enters a practitioner through the crown chakra(energy center) at the top of the head then flows down to the heart chakra to be transformed.(not mixed) It then flows through two energy channels from the heart chakra to both arms into the chakras of the hands and fingertips, from there it is projected to the client. This form of channelling is of pure balanced energy and remains untainted throughout, from its initial to final stage due to the very nature of the energy itself.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

To refrain from the usage of chemicals which a person may have become addicted.
A person who has a craving for an addictive substance, who is physically or emotionally dependent on that substance on a daily basis.
A chronic, progressive disease which is characterized by continued use of drugs, alcohol, nicotine (addictive substances) in spite of continuing negative consequences.
The study of addictions usually focused on drug and alcohol addiction.
A physician certified in the field of addiction medicine, usually specializing in the areas of drug and alcohol abuse.
Addiction medicine:
The evaluation and treatment of people suffering from the disease drug addiction, alcoholism and associated disorders.
Addiction treatment:
The attempt by one or more people to cause another person to discontinue their use of drugs, alcohol or harmful behavior. This service is usually provided by a licensed professional or within an addiction treatment program.
Addiction treatment center:
A licensed facility that specializes in the evaluation and treatment of drug addiction, alcoholism and associated disorders. This center may provide residential treatment, partial hospitalization treatment or outpatient treatment services.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


Addressing the Vaccine Dilemma:
A Valuable Workshop for people considering this complex health concern.
• How does your Immune System Work?
• How does our Immune System Develop?
• What is in a Vaccine and How Does It Work?
• What is Homeopathy?
• What is HomeoImmunePro (alternatives to Vaccines)?

Where: Mosaic Community Room - 1720 Grant Street at Commercial Drive
When: Tuesday, March 10th from 7pm to 8:30pm

604-568-4663 or email


Come Visit Us at the Spring Living Fair at the Heritage Hall on 3102 Main Street on Saturday, March 7th from 10 to 6. Its free admission with many ethical vendors to visit.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Homepathic Medicine is Safe and Effective

Homepathic Medicine is Safe and Effective

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Alternative Therapies Could Save Money

Alternative Therapies Could Save Money, Says Report Commissioned by Prince Charles
by Roger Dobson
Source: Health Action Magazine, Autumn 2005

Many complementary treatments could make an important contribution to health care in the United Kingdom, says a report commissioned by the Prince of Wales and published this week.

Greater use of some complementary treatments could result in major savings in healthcare costs too, says the report, which calls for the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence to assess the cost effectiveness of such treatments.

"Despite the fragmentary nature of the evidence, there seems good reason to believe that a number of complementary and alternative medicine treatments offer the possibility of significant savings in direct health costs," says the report.

The report, which focuses on acupuncture, homoeopathy, chiropractic, osteopathy, and herbal medicine, says that deprived communities in particular could benefit from the treatments.

On homoeopathy, the report says, "There is a large amount of literature on the costs and benefits of homeopathy, and many studies over the past 40 years- randomised controlled trials in humans and animals as well as cost-effectiveness studies-appear to suggest that homeopathy is better than placebo."

On herbal medicine the report says: "The literature scan for this section of the enquiry suggests that there is evidence of clinical benefit relating to musculoskeletal problems, including rheumatoid arthritis, viral infections and the common cold, osteoarthritis, depression, Alzheimer's disease and dementia, heart problems, circulatory problems and benignly enlarged prostate."

Christopher Smallwood, the economist who chaired the investigation for the report, said, "We are not talking about sweeping savings. What we are saying is that as far as individual therapies are concerned, some of them are likely to be cheaper than conventional medicine."

Edzard Ernst, professor of complementary and alternative medicine at the University of Exeter, said, "There have not been enough rigorous studies on the cost effectiveness of complementary treatments, and those which have taken place have found they would add to the cost of the NHS."

Longer versions of these articles are on The Role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the NHS can be found at