PMS: homeopathy can help you… and the ones around you

We now know that there is a large biochemical diversity among women and that is why each woman has different reactions before and during her period. The menstrual monthly cycle of a woman sees the levels of hormones rise and fall, and estrogen and progesterone levels vary constantly. Most women, mainly in their thirties, experience¬†premenstrual…

Jet Lag

A week ago, my Mom crossed an ocean and an entire continent for her vacation. Being a very light sleeper, she is always concerned about jet lag. The daylight saving time is enough to disturb her for weeks, so you can imagine what a 6 or 9-hour time difference can do to her sleep! But…

Sssssssss snake bite

I recently got a question about snake bite and since many people are hiking during the summer I thought I would write a post on the topic. I remember going on a beautiful hike in Arizona, in the Sedona area, which is so spectacular. While we were walking, my niece who was with us and…

Read before running

Don’t burn after reading but read before running. Here’s a post I did for Boiron as a guest blogger. It has tips for anybody who is a weekend runner or who is training for a marathon. Tips for Treating Chafing.

Homeopathy for your summer

The essential homeopathic medicines you should have for your summer, whether you travel or not. Last Tuesday on Josh Lane’s radio show Here’s to Your Health, we discussed several homeopathic medicines that I recommend having available. Keep them at home or carry them with you if you go on vacation because you always get better…

Your 4th of July barbecue

So here we are, this is Independence Day! I thought I would catch you before you start your bbq. I do not mean to cut your appetite and spoil your day, but there are a few things you might want to remember so you can enjoy your meal even more. First of all, if this…

A quote to end the weekend well

Here is a short quote from Voltaire, a very important French writer, satirist and essayist who lived in the 18th century, the Age of Enlightenment.¬† I like it because it is simple, witty, and … inapplicable. Typically French? Let’s try it anyway! “I have decided to be happy because it is good for my health.”…