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Boosting

I am making some additions to my homeopathic practice!

First, I began offering energetic obstacle clearing and repair.

IMG_1382This week, I added my Winter Defense combination to my online store.  It’s not the only thing you need to stay well, but it’s a combination that we use in our own family and that is not widely available elsewhere, if at all.

It starts with a preventive dose of homeopathic Influenzinum.  That’s something I started using after I finished my certification in homeoprophylaxis [which I use also for childhood diseases, travel, etc.].

If you think you’re coming down with something [or are in close proximity to others who have], a few drops of my proprietary Winter Defense blend of gemmotherapy and homeopathy can help inform your immune system.

What does it not cover?

Nutrition.  Eating well is considered imperative to a high-functioning immune system.

Lifestyle.  Y’all might remember this blog post I wrote a few years ago about ways we boosted our immune system in chillier months.

Supplements.  We also like a few immune supports, such as Airborne, Echinacea/Goldenseal, and VitaBiotic.

Constitution. Constitutional treatment often results in improved immune strength.

In the coming months, look for more adjuncts to the Custom Kit on which so many of y’all rely!  Meanwhile, leave a comment with your favorite immune-boosting tips!

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