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Homeobotanical and HomeoHerbal Remedies

I use these powerful synergistic blends of homeopathically prepared organic and wildcrafted herbs successfully in my practice.

I use these blends of homeopathically prepared organic and wildcrafted herbs in my practice and I would like to introduce to you how beneficial they are are what they can do to improve your health.

I have personally used and grown herbs for 30 years and nearly trained to be a herbalist instead of a homeopath so these blends tick both boxes for me.

They are concentrated blends of liquid herbal extracts and tinctures which have been diluted and dynamised homeopathically. They are NOT herbal medicine.

They are simple, safe and effective, working naturally to detoxify, balance and calm and are nourishing and nutritive.

Homeobotanicals (or Hbs) and Homeoherbals (HHs) blend well with homeopathic treatment of acute and chronic illness and are selectively chosen to target and balance specific organs and systems in our body.

Homeobotanical Therapy was developed in New Zealand in the early 1980s by a team of homeopaths. HomeoHerbals are made in the UK and are designed to be compatible with Hbs.

Both are liquid remedies diluted with a small amount of alcohol, apple cider vinegar or glycerine.

3 drops are taken under the tongue usually three times daily and a bottle lasts for a month.

Some of the blends I have prescribed recently are

HH Vit/Min A nutrient dense rich superfood

Enhances health & energy. Containing everything the body needs to support optimum health, with Omega 3 and all vitamins and minerals.

Ingredients: Chaga, Nettle, Purslane, Spirulina

HH Meno-pause To re-balance the female hormonal system with a special emphasis on the symptoms of peri and post menopause

For the many physical, mental and emotional symptoms which can disrupt sleep, decrease energy or affect emotional health.

Ingredients: Ashwagandha, Black Cohosh, Blueberries, Dong Quai, Flaxseed, Maca, Oats, Pomegranate, Red Clover, Turmeric

Hb Zest Energy Tonic

This is the best energy tonic! For adrenal stress and lack of energy due to overwork and chronic fatigue.

For energy and rejuvenating digestion, circulation, hormonal equilibrium, stamina and libido.

Ingredients: Cayenne, Damiana, Ginger, Kola Nut, Korean Ginseng, Licorice, Withania

Hb Kidney Tonic

Soothing and protective for kidneys, bladder and entire genito-urinary system, stones and gravel. Soothes cystitis.

Ingredients: Bearberry, Buchu, Corn Silk, Couchgrass, Crataeva, Dandelion Root, Parsley, Shepherds Purse, Stone Root

Hb Emotional Stress

Helpful for nervous debility and excessive stress, tension headaches, anxiety and emotional exhaustion and is usually added to most prescriptions to increase emotional stability.

Ingredients: Chamomile, Gentian, Hops, Lavender, Lime Flowers, Oats, Passionflower, Rosemary, Skullcap, Valerian

Hb Female

For menstrual and menopausal irregularities and pain.

Suitable for many menstrual problems by supporting the endocrine system helping PMS, menopausal hot flushes, after miscarriage and hormonal birth control or HRT where periods need rebalancing.

Ingredients: Black & Blue Cohosh, Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus), Cramp Bark, Dong Quai, Motherwort, Pasqueflower, Shepherds Purse, Sqaw Vine, Wild Yam

Detoxifying, nutritive, balancing and dynamic blends

The blends support your homeopathic treatment.

You can take homeopathic remedies and Hbs alongside.

Each blend is individually prescribed for you.

There are over 40 Hbs and HHs to choose from.

Get in touch for a free introductory call if you would like to find out if homeopathy and homeobotanicals are for you;

I look forward to hearing from you.

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