Tag Archives: homeopathy

Homeoprophylaxis by Jo (CCH Graduate)

What is HP? Homeopathic prophylaxis is the use of potentised remedies in a systematic manner to prevent development of the characteristic symptoms of a disease.  HP instills natural immunity by stimulating the immune system with an energetic remedy which matches the vibrational energy of a given disease.  On exposure to the disease, the Vital Force […]

Homeopathy and Animals by Bev (CCH Graduate)

When people know you use homeopathy one of the things that happen is some of them will tell you it’s about placebos and mind over matter. I’m never quite sure if they feel it’s the problem or the cure that did not exist but still they blindly rubbish what they don’t know about and assume […]

Strokes, Stress & Statins ~ August 2018 Seminar in West Cork with Mike Bridger

Is it just me or is the world getting madder and madder?  In spite of the current technological revolution people seem to be working harder than ever before. Large amounts of time seem to be spent working out how to use this technology or trying to deal with it when it goes wrong. The world […]

Finding your Flow Through Homeopathy by Claire (CCH Student)

“All things change, nothing is extinguished. There is nothing in the whole world which is permanent. Everything flows onward: all things are brought into being with a changing nature; the ages themselves glide by in constant movement.” Ovid Each of us can no doubt think of a time when we have become stuck in our […]

Where is the Difference? By Catrin (CCH Graduate)

The two little girls look out of their paintings at something I cannot see.  High up on either side of the fireplace, suspended in the late 1800’s, they are twins, both aged about 6.  Yet within a couple of years, one had died of diphtheria, while the other lived through two World Wars to the […]

Children’s Upper Respiratory Diseases & Homeopathy by Vimal (CCH Graduate)

Children’s common respiratory diseases are a worry for many parents. Most of these illnesses are a normal immune system response; however, the physical pathology can be quite acute and troubling to the patient and the carer. Respiratory tract problems can be divided into lower and upper respiratory tract complications. Upper respiratory tract problems may include: […]

Taking the Case by Richard (CCH Graduate 2017)

Introduction It is clearly very important to be able to get as much relevant and accurate information as possible when taking the case of a patient.  Without obtaining the information required it is impossible to select the correct remedies and potencies to cure the patient.  For Homeopaths this means covering the mental, emotional and physical […]

Homeopathy & the Menopause by Kathryn (CCH Graduate)

The menopause is marked by the complete ending of menstruation and is a natural part of aging in women.  This is preceded by perimenopause – the phase where your body gradually starts to produce less  oestrogen and progesterone.  These natural hormonal changes cause the body to gradually cease ovulation, and in turn menstruation.  The rate […]

Reflections after Graduation by CCH Graduate Class of 2017

The Graduation Day was a most fantastic day. I couldn’t imagine it any better, it was fab!  I shall retain clear memories of certain parts of the day, Including Mike’s speech, which as always was inspiring and moving, and a reminder of how to live life and what is important. The humour as ever is […]

Homeopathy Students in Ghana

As some of you may be aware we support a homeopathy training project in Ghana. The Ghana Homeopathy Project (GHP) was set up by Linda Shannon, who is a long-standing lecturer here at CCH. The photo above is of the current 3rd year students who are based in Kumasi, Ghana. The GHP is a very […]