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  • Bringing an extra connotation to the word 'proving' this article follows the steps of bread-making in order to describe the sensations and symptoms of Saccharomyces cerevisiac. It also explores read more...

  • Background This proving was carried out by students at the South Downs School of Homeopathy between January and April 2000. They were a small group of 10, split equally into provers and read more...

  • Thiosinamine is a chemical derivative from volatile mustard oil, Black mustard (Sinapis migra) being the source. Proving substance: Thiosinamine The remedy was chosen after the original idea of read more...

  • I was intrigued by this case Patricia sent when asked her for her take on nurturing. This remedy seems like a new age discovery, but it has ancient lineage. I couldn't help but think about flies read more...

  • Trapped between two worlds: the mundane and the spiritual. A woman of Native American ancestry finds her inner freedom through the bald eagle.

  • Jeremy Sherr's proving of Americium Nitricum was carried out in 1999 by the Dynamis group of postgraduates and yet only compiled in 2012, it has been a long time in waiting. Americium is a read more...

  • As a beekeeper for nearly 30 years, Mary Piper questioned Gutman's supposition that the queen is nothing but "a huge ovary machine', and challenged the statement in Murphy's Materia Medica that read more...

  • Tree on trees: a look at three provings of Betula alba, and a case, with reference to the Sensation method, source language and other interpretations.

  • This is the outcome of a small-scale proving of Agraphis nulans, the remedy made from the common bluebell, a typical springtime inhabitant of certain kinds of our native woodlands. The whole read more...

  • The Work on butterflies, and the discovery of new remedies from the Lepidoptera family, started in Marseilles back in spring 2001, when a group of work colleagues and started exploring and read more...

  • In the 18 provings I have conducted over the years, this remedy, Chironex Fleckeri, (Ch-fl), the box jellyfish, stands out as being the most dramatic and the most colourful. At a time when, for read more...

  • Abdomen: liver feels swollen. Infant colic. Pain just above liver. Pain 4 p.m. Rectum: flatulence, diarrhea on rising, constipation. Urinary: stress incontinence. Male:Infertility. Thrush. read more...

  • There's a new remedy on the block! It is known as Plastic Wrap.

  • Haliaeetus leucocephalus was prepared from a blood sample taken from an American bald eagle. A year previously, as strolled the streets of a market fair, I came across this eagle. Right wing and read more...

  • I first considered Granite as a homoeopathic remedy following two dreams which I had three years ago. Prior to this, I knew nothing about granite except that it is a rock common to parts of read more...

  • A remedy of individuality and detachment: it is completely self-contained. The blue heron follows its instinctive path, disregarding what is common usage or habit, or what others think.

  • "All my troubles are since I became a mother. I used to be free and independent and it was a terrible blow. I became disconnected from family and friends. I have found myself alone with a little read more...

  • The sparrow is the second bird to have been proved at the School. The story of Peregrine Falcon has been told, and can be found on the School of Homeopathy proving Website. While the falcon read more...

  • What is a proving? Basically, it is an experimental procedure that systematically questions nature in order to obtain empirical data, so that natural substances can then be used in the treatment read more...

  • This is a remedy that was proven by students in my postgraduate course, I was the master prover.

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