Known as the pasque flower, the Pulsatilla homeopathic remedy is made from a beautiful purple flower that grows in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Although it may look innocent, the flower is actually acrid and poisonous, if eaten in it’s original, non-homeopathic form. Nicknamed the “flower of sickness,” the Romans hung these flowers on their doorposts believing that it warded off fevers. Read More
“Soy milk vs almond milk?” “Rice milk or goat milk?” Everyone asks questions like these all the time.
Why? Because it’s very common today that we hear about different alternatives to drinking regular milk.
Due to the high demand of people who are lactose intolerant, kosher consumers, dieters, and others, many people today are looking to switch their regular dairy milk for a more healthier alternative that also tastes delicious and can help enhance their physical well being. Read More
Scientifically, the Silicea homeopathic remedy is derived from the combination the quartz and silicon dioxide as a compound.
(Note: Silicea is the same remedy as Silica).
Besides for its homeopathic form, Silicea also can be found as a natural cell salt.
Check out homeopath Misha Norland’s brief explanation of Silicea’s abilities, especially it’s reputation as being the “homeopathic scalpel:” Read More
In it’s original substance form, the Kali bichromicum homeopathic remedy is better known as potassium bichromate. It is a orange compound that is very destructive and poisonous on contact with most materials, including metal, as well as on people.
This same compound is used today in dye manufacturing, taking photos, and batteries