Help for you (and hangovers!)

Yes, a quick tour of the world’s web and you’ll find a whole bunch of folk who use the comfort of homeopathy when hung over. Read on down for more…

It’s also been shown to work (for non-hangover issues, clearly) in:

  • Pregnant & nursing mothers
  • Babies
  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • The elderly
  • Men
  • Women
  • Animals (it can’t be just placebo then!)

And to be beneficial for those facing:

  • Everyday stresses, anxiety & despondency
  • Chronic health problems
  • Times of grief, shock & sudden strain (e.g. death, accidents, job loss, family illness)
  • Major life changes (e.g. relationship breakdown, moving home, retirement)
  • Mental exhaustion (which left untreated can lead to nervous breakdown)
  • Unresolved trauma/grief
  • Acute situations & the effects of injury
  • Dental extraction
  • Childbirth/labour
  • Menopause
  • Surgical procedures (see case study on Results & Testimonials page.

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And yes, hangovers.

Homeopathy gained 2nd place in ‘The best hangover remedies tested’ by Becky Pugh in the Daily Telegraph, 5th December 2008.

Her verdict was “this one could be a winner”.

Pub quiz trivia for you

A 2007 study found eczema to be the complaint most frequently referred to a homeopath by NHS doctors, followed by chronic fatigue, menopausal disorder and osteoarthritis*.

Many MPs support homeopathy. In 2007, 206 MPs signed an Early Day Motion welcoming the contribution of homeopathy to NHS healthcare.

According to the World Health Organisation, homeopathy’s one of the most commonly used forms of natural medicine, with a continuing expansion worldwide.  It’s widespread in Europe, south Asian countries and North and South America. In 2008, Australia spent 7.3 million US dollars on homeopathic remedies, the UK more than 62 million, Germany 346 and France in excess of 408 million*.

Any of these guys familiar?

They’re all said to use and/or support the homeopathic approach:

Her Majesty the Queen, David Beckham, Boris Becker, H.R.H. Prince Charles, Whoopie Goldberg, Sir Paul McCartney, John D. Rockefeller, Mother Teresa, Jenny Seagrove, Vidal Sassoon, the Chili Peppers, H. W. Longfellow, John Wayne, Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Annie Lennox, Dizzy Gillespie, W. B. Yeats, Charles Dickens, Pamela Anderson, Jane Fonda, Cher, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Olivia Newton-John, J. D. Salinger, W. C. Fields, Benjamin Disraeli, Tony Blair, Louisa May Alcott, Tina Turner, Tennyson, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Twiggy, Susan Hampshire, Jade Jagger, Roger Daltry, Charles Darwin, the Queen Mother, Goethe, Beethoven and Chopin.

But I’ve no idea which ones have used it when hung over…