This week my homeopathic research has taken me far and wide and here are some juicy new homeopathic therapeutics for you. XENON All the noble gases, of which Xenon is one, have detachment, spaceyness, weariness and an out-of-the-body quality in their dispositional state. Xenon is the first remedy to think of for weakness/spaceyness/tiredness/anxiety after general anaesthetic (also for anxiety before operation). Jan Scholten uses this in preference to Opium. He found it works quicker and more effectively. UREAPLASMA UREALYTICA NOSODE Found in genital flora, this bacterium has no cell wall, which is reflected in its remedy themes. Hyper sensitive people to noise, smells, sounds, foods etc. Severe sleeplessness esp. since childhood. Needs the perfect environment to sleep (“Princess and the Pea” syndrome). Subtly demanding and manipulative people. MOBILE PHONE EMANATIONS Can look like Tarentula, Veratrum and other hyperactive remedies. For wired children who talk a lot, fast and furious, may have facial tics. Obstinate, very oppositional. Distracted, many ideas and thoughts crowding the brain. Minimal emotions with too many thoughts. LAMPROHIZA SPLENDIDULA (FIREFLY) Can look a little like Phosphorus but has a dark side. Panic at thought of commitment (relationship, job etc), Peter Pan personality. Think metamorphosis. (Anyone who watched Sex and The City on TV may remember Carrie’s panic when pushed to commit to boyfriend Aidan Shaw; she even came out in a rash after he asked her to marry him! That was a classic Firefly situation, especially given the character’s restless girlish personality!) CICHORUM INTYBUS (Chicory) For demanding children who are very oppositional and need to do everything their way. It’s...
I’m Jonathan Stallick RSHom, a professional homeopath registered with the Society of Homeopaths. With over 25 years of experience, I’ve had a pleasure of working with a range of clients and supporting them through all kinds of health issues.
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