Ode to the Winter Season: Homeopathy for Flu, Colds and Coughs
December 18, 2008
In November 2008 the FDA voted in favor of a proposal that children under the age of six should not be given cold and cough medicines, because they have not been proven to be safe or effective. Medical experts agree.
Are there homeopathy remedies for flu, colds and coughs that are safe, gentle
and effective? How do you choose the best one? Host Jenny Hwozdek poses these questions to two homeopathic experts and two grandmothers to find answers and practical advice that will help guide you through the process of choosing remedies on your own.
Dr. Nancy Gahles, Certified Classical Homeopath and Chiropractor, is the Executive Director of
Health and Harmony Wellness Education and is President of the National Center for Homeopathy. She is also a frequent contributing writer for Mothering Magazine, Homeopathy Today and Natural Medicine.com
Mary Aspinwall is a Registered Homeopath and author of “A Basic Guide to Homeopathy” as well as a frequent contributor to Homeopathy Today magazine. She is recognized internationally for her tireless efforts to educate the public on how to effectively use Homeopathy for first aid emergencies and acute illness. She also designed numerous best selling homeopathy kits available at www.HomeopathyWorld.com.
Pat Regensburger and Susie Overmeyer are grandmothers who regularly use homeopathic remedies on their family members.