One of the best, most successful, cheapest and easiest of healing methods, as far as I’m concerned, is homeopathy. Google or Wiki it – you’ll find tons of information. Homeopathy as a medical skill began about the same time as surgeons took their saws and stepped up to the operating table. Except that homeopathy goes totally the opposite direction – very small amounts of what a scientist would likely say was nothing, in the smallest little milk sugar beads.
It’s mentioned strongly in Prescription for Nutritional Healing (the Fifth Edition is just out). My favorite book is a small one – The Family Guide to Self-Medication – Homeopathic, by Boericke & Tafel. Homeopathy is huge in Europe and Australia, where they’re not big believers in pills that cost $1,200 each.
Twelve doses of oscillococccinum – called All Natural Flu Relief at CVS – is about $12 bucks. And you might need as few as 3 doses to get you through. Sinusalia, a great remedy for sinus problems, costs $10.99 at Clifton Natural Foods. And I took a remedy called Antimony for my lack of a voice for 3 days last week – I never lost my voice the whole way, and it began to improve within an hour of taking the first dose. It was in a kit I bought years ago – I thinking this remedy cost less than $1.
And there are NO side effects. A natural miracle, that’s what homeopathy is, in my book. Check it out!