FAQs

Can I still take other medications alongside homeopathic remedies?

Yes. Homeopathic remedies can be safely taken in conjunction with medication prescribed by your GP. Homeopathy is a complementary medicine and can be helpful with side effects from conventional treatments. As a Homeopath I will not ask you to cease any medical treatment, my role is to support your health alongside your GP

Are there any side effects from taking homeopathy?

How you respond to a remedy depends largely on the remedy prescribed and the ailment(s) you are experiencing. The body can, on occasion, experience a “healing crisis” and be mildly aggravated. Symptoms can (but not often) worsen slightly for a short duration of time before an improvement is observed. As a homeopath we see this as a good sign as it shows us the remedy is working on some level within the body. I am always contactable via phone or email, between consultations if you wish to discuss any concerns.

Can homeopathy help me?

Homeopathy can be used to treat many complaints including Anxiety, Migraine / Headaches, Fears & Phobias, Stress, Eczema, Asthma and Childhood Illnesses, Depression, Irritable Bowel, Low Self-Esteem, Menopause and Hormonal conditions, and much more.

How long will my treatment last?

If you imagine that illness and dis-ease is manifested in the physical over time then it’s feasible that it may take time to treat. I see health and illness like layers of an onion, as you slowly peel one away another reveals itself. Constitutional prescribing addresses these layers as they present. However if you are suffering from an acute condition or situation in your life then you could expect your treatment to be shorter.

Can children and infants be treated homeopathically?

Yes, children and babies can be treated with homeopathy. From personal experience with my own children they respond very well and sometimes a lot quicker than adults! I’ve been using homeopathy for years to treat my children’s fevers and childhood illnesses.