Healing a Little at a Time

Homeopathy is a gentle, natural, non-addictive form of medicine more than 200 years old. It can be used for most health concerns, especially for those conditions that don't respond well to conventional treatment. A full medical history is taken and your remedy is chosen to address your present and/or past health difficulty. Homeopathy also takes into account your character and how your illness is affecting you. Treatment is individual and bespoke. All remedies are included. I have been in private practice for more than 20 years and I am a member of The Federation of Holistic Therapists https://www.fht.org.uk/users/mary-english
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All appointments include remedies and instructions on how to take the remedies.

If you'd like more info on how Homeopathy works do read Mary's book A Little at a Time, Homeopathy for You and Those You Love which is published by Ayni Books and is available from Amazon https://amzn.to/2NUOfIs

You can read this article about her Homeopathy practice in 2008
Homeopathic Provings

Since the late 1990s Mary has conducted 8 Homeopathic provings.
These are Homeopathic trials using human volunteers that determine the healing power of various substances from Nature.
Some of these remedies have been included in various Homeopathic Repertories (book of symptoms) including Synthesis By Dr Frederick Schroyens
Here are the dates of each proving:
*August 1999: Tempesta ~The Storm
*October/November 2002: Naufragium Helvetia ~The Shipwreck of The Helvetia
*February 2004: Calculus Orbis ~ Stanton Drew Stone Circle
*September 2004: Ruina Castellum ~ Old Wardour Castle
*January 2006: Aquae Sulis ~ Bath Spa Water
*March 2007: Great Wall of China
*November 2009: Arenaceous Templum Karnak ~ Sand from Karnak Temple, Egypt
Homeopathic Provings
*July 2014: Stone from St Michael's Mount, Cornwall