/ August 16, 2015/ First Aid, Integrated Medicine/ 0 comments

Homeopathy used in intensive care.

“In 2005, research from Shore Health System of Maryland ICU showed that the homeopathic remedy, Kali bichromicum (Kali-bi) reduced excessive mucus in seriously ill patients, lessened their time on ventilators, resulted in less respiratory complications and shortened their stay in the ICU.” Article link.  Research paper link


Homeopathy is not a method of medicine incompatible with emergency care or other forms of conventional care.

You can ask for your homeopath to be involved in your care.
It is YOUR care, and homeopathy may help to prevent infections and speed physical and emotional healing. 

Indeed, homeopathy was not uncommon in GP surgeries in the UK in the recent past, when they had control of their own funding. Audits were carried out (see video below) and found to show that in-house homeopaths saved money for surgeries. Homeopathy may be useful for bridging effectiveness gaps in conventional medicine (see the video below).    If you’d like to know what the effectiveness gaps are … click the link above. 🙂

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Homeopathy in Intensive care.

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About Sally Lloyd

Sally Lloyd is a classical homeopath working internationally, with special interests in autism, anxiety, children's behaviour disorders, and adrenal fatigue/hypothyroidism. She's the mother of 4 daughters from age 30 to age 10, 2 of whom she still home educates. She's happily married and lives on a small holding in Staffordshire in the UK.

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