February 9, 2014 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

“This union of Sulphur, the great antipsoric, and Potassium, the essential ingredient of all plant and animal life, is truly one of our fundamental constitutional remedies capable of overcoming inherited diseased soil conditions and establishing normal healthy states of mind and body.” A.H. Grrimmer, The Collected Works Latin: Kalium sulphuricum Common: Potassium Sulphate Kalium sulphuricum is the functional salt of the tissues of epidermis and epithelium. It was introduced in homeopathic practice by Dr Schuessler as one of the twelve fundamental tissue remedies. This article shall follow through the usability of Kali-s as a Schuessler salt as well as a…

January 3, 2014 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

“Kalmia is an excellent remedy for cardiac troubles when they have been caused by the suppression of rheumatism by external applications. The pulse of Kalmia is slow, but not as slow as that of Digitalis.” W.A. Dewey, Practical Homeopathic Therapeutics Latin: Kalmia latifolia Common: Mountain Laurel, Spoon wood Kalmia is important homeopathic remedy, used in heart disease which alternates with rheumatism or has developed out from rheumatism. The plant from which the remedy was prepared is a representative of the Ericaceae family, together with Ledum palustre and Rhododendrom chrysanthum. (more…)

February 12, 2013 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

This article describes one important homeopathic remedy for cure of strep infection: the Streptococcinum homeopathic nosode. Streptococcus Genus | Groups Streptococcus is genus of no motile, Gram-positive cocci. They are micro-aerobic; in other words need low concentration of oxygen in the air – less than 20 %. The bacteria occur regularly in the mouth and intestines of humans and mammal animals, in dairy and other food products, and in fermenting plant juices. Streptococcus genus is divided into four groups: the pyogenic, the viridans, the enterococcus group, and the lactic acid group. The most virulent for humans group is the pyogenic,…

May 27, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

Oak is the essence for stable, loyal and perseverant people who fight constantly, relentlessly, unyieldingly their path through life. Working very hard and not making satisfying progress or gaining rewards, these people develop a tendency to stoicism and feats of willpower. Latin: Quercus Pedunculata, Quercus robur Today, as in the early 40-ties of the previous century, the simplicity of therapy with flower essences for healing is attractive to many people, worn out from spending money and efforts for complicated medicine treatments with doubtful effect. The harmlessness and efficiency of Bach remedies are reasons for us to seek flower essences for self…

March 5, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

The Plant Juniperus communis, or commonly named Juniper, is a tree or a bush, known to grow on Earth from about 50 million years. Evergreen, having the look of a small cypress, Juniper is long-lived plant, which endures from 600 to 3000 years when the environment is favorable. The tree has green and black fruits at the same time. For centuries Juniper bushes is known for its healing characteristics; it is applicable for skin problems, tuberculosis, asthma, migraine; the plant has relaxing effect on the nervous system. (more…)