Posted by NZCH on 14/10/2017
Editorial by Esther Ritmeester
Welcome to this Spring edition of E-News. I sure hope you’ve come through this winter unscathed, and that you are full of renewed energy and ready to embrace the promise of warmer seasons and abundance. I know I can’t wait for warm and dry weather as it seems I’ve been trying to prevent my damp-clad self from getting stuck in the mud each day on the farm for weeks now. Homeopathic remedies are always my ever-trusted friends in this busy farm season, and we’ve used in particular a lot of Rhus tox (for obvious reasons), Strep uberis (for environmental mastitis due to muddy conditions) as well as the usual favourites of Arnica/Bellis (deliveries) Ignatia (separation of calves from cows) and Aconite (fear and fright in calves and also in the cows new to the milking procedure). I could not imagine farming without my kit!
Our calves have now all been born and the oldest ones are already enjoying the green grass and wide open pastures. And that signals that my days are getting a bit easier again.
I would have loved to attend Conference in Dunedin but the busy time on the farm prevented that, and I am quite envious of those who did as it sounds like you all had a fabulous time. In this issue you will find articles by Hannelore Kemme, Linda Baker and Sally Hurst who have all‘put pen to paper’ to write of their experience at Conference in Dunedin. So if you did miss out on going, here is at least a taste of what it was like.
Save the Date - NZCH Conference, 16-17 September 2017 posted 27/09/2016
Destination Dunedin! Plan a break in stunning Dunedin….. *What*: NZCH Conference on 16th-17th September 2017 *Where:* The Hunter Centre, Dunedin City *Theme:* Inspired Thinking: Homeopaths with Passion and Purpose Save the Date! Here’s your chance to discover the many faces of beautiful Dunedin. Not been here before?... » read more
Farewell to Lady Janine Mataparae posted 28/07/2016
Pauline Wilson and myself were very fortunate to be included in a farewell cocktail held at . Lady Janine Mataparae formally acknowledged and thanked all the organisations that she has been a Patron of during their term at Government House. She spoke kindly of the... » read more
Harvard Study Has Good News for Homeopathic Medicine posted 17/05/2016
Source: www.integrativepractitioner.com[http://www.integrativepractitioner.com/whats-new/integrative-insights/harvard-study-has-good-news-for-homeopathic-medicine/] The American Journal of Public Health has recently published a survey article out of Harvard that shows that homeopathic medicine, while still only used by a small fraction of the U.S. population, has jumped 15% in use. In addition, most users put homeopathy among... » read more
Homeopathy officially recognized by Swiss government posted 29/04/2016
From: Natural News Swiss Flag Homeopathy officially recognized by Swiss government as legitimate medicine to coexist with conventional medicine Broadening their definition of medicine, the Swiss government is announcing a positive shift toward alternative healing and complementary therapies. For far too long, health insurance has guaranteed... » read more
From the Ocean to the Stratosphere… posted 01/04/2016
Case-taking Workshop at Government House, Wellington In the grand ballroom, under the sparkling lights of the chandeliers of Government House on Saturday 19 March, the Wellington Group of Homoeopaths held their third and final successful case-taking workshop for over 20 homeopaths and students from Australia,... » read more
The World Homeopathy Awareness 2016 posted 22/01/2016
The World Homeopathy Awareness (WHAW) theme for 2016 is "Homeopathy as Preventative Medicine". *When: *10th - 16th April 2016. *Resources:* Download resources from our WHAW page. » read more
New Homeopathy Research posted 22/01/2016
'Homeopathy works!' by JENNY HOPE, Daily Mail, UK Homeopathy really does work and doctors should recognise its healing effects, say researchers. A study found that allergy sufferers who were given homeopathic treatment were ten times more likely to be cured than those given a dummy pill... » read more
News from the Indian Homeopathic Community in South Auckland posted 10/12/2015
Dr Preet (centre) with Phil Goff and Priyanka Radhakrishnan (Labour List MP for Photo: Dr Preet (centre) with Phil Goff and Priyanka Radhakrishnan (Labour List MP for Onehunga) at the recent Diwali Celebration. The Auckland Indian Retailers' Association organised a Diwali Mela Celebration for the... » read more
Upcoming Seminars for 2016 posted 03/12/2015
*8-12 February 2016* Alize Timmerman Auckland Contact Gwyneth Evans: email@example.com[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] *19 March 2016* Seminar at Government House Wellington Contact Pauline Wilson: email@example.com[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] *14-15 May 2016 *Liz Lalor Christchurch *21-22 May 2016* Liz Lalor Auckland Contact Sally Bevan: email@example.com[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] » read more