PRETTY FLOWERS ARE POWERFUL HEALERS
The following homeopathic remedies are used in first aid situations and sports injuries. There are many other homeopathic remedies that can also be used but these are the most commonly used remedies for the conditions described.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FIRST AID REMEDIES
Click on the images to learn more about homeopathic first aid remedies.
HOMEOPATHY FOR SPORTS INJURIES
Homeopathic remedies offer speedy relief for sports injuries. Some of the famous figures in sports who have used homeopathic remedies include football superstar O.J. Simpson, tennis player Boris Becker, New York Knick coach Pat Riley, ex-Yankee pitcher Jim Bouton, and pro golfer Sally Little (Source, Dana Ullman).
HOW TO USE HOMEOPATHIC FIRST AID REMEDIES
People who are beginners in homeopathy should primarily use the 6th potency (written on the bottom as “6x” or “6c”) or the 30th potency (“30x” or “30c”). Take as directed on the label. But, if in 2 hours you are not feeling any relief. discontinue. It may not be the correct remedy for your particular injury. Taking more of the incorrect remedy does not make it work. Seek the care of a professional homeopath.
STRANGE SOUNDING NAMES
The names of the remedies may sound strange. Please be aware that Homeopaths use the Latin names for all homeopathic remedies since a similar nomenclature is needed to converse with homeopaths throughout the world.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOMEOPATHY
If you would like to learn more about caring for your family with homeopathy, sign up for my newsletter or contact me for a 30-minute wellness consultation.
Copyright © 2014–2020, Myra Nissen.
Would you like to include this article in your newsletter or website? You can as long as you include the following blurb with it:
This article was brought to you by Myra Nissen, CCH, RSHom(NA), Board Certified Classical Homeopath. Myra teaches women how to recognize their body’s unique needs and cues and uses Homeopathy to help empower women to take control of their bodies, health and well-being. Find out more, visit her blog www.myranissen.com/blog.