Karin Mont, professional homeopath and chair of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths, provides us with a timely reminder of the relationship between Microbes and Man.
ECHAMP, the European Coalition on Homoeopathic & Anthroposophic Medicinal Products, have welcomed the recent report ‘Study on the Availability of Medicinal Products for Human Use’. The report gives specific attention to the availability of homoeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products and highlights the issues facing the future homoeopathy and anthroposophic medicines. It shows there is a need to take a closer look at regulation to provide greater availability of homoeopathic medicines and enhanced choice for citizens. Read the full ECHAMP response here.
Matrix Insight, an independent company specialising in health informatics and research, have developed a report covering important problems regarding public health concerns. This study investigates the availability of medicinal products within the EU & EEA. The study outputs are expected to inform of policy options open to the EU, which may benefit the consumer. Read the full report.
Modern health must nowadays deal with a more toxic environment, nutritionally-deficient foods, increased demands and stress, and a rise in food sensitivities. For practitioners, it is helpful to access specifically what the body needs in order to establish the underlying causes of ill health and symptoms. Kinesiology is fast becoming the most popular therapeutic tool that evaluates health through muscle response testing in order to establish what supports are required such as homoeopathy, nutrition, body work or emotions.
In this article by Naturopath Angela Burr Madsen, published in Positive Health, Issue 219, she outlines its progress over 50 years including the detailed scientific evaluation that has underpinned its development. Read more.
Antibiotic resistance is considered a major modern public health problem. This new study shows reduced use of antibiotics in children with acute respiratory & ear infections treated with anthroposophic medicinal products. This report makes an important contribution to the argument for reducing prescriptions of antibiotics. Read more.
We are pleased to announce the up-coming training schedule for 2015.
New Vistas Product Training will now be offered as tiered training seminars. Day 1 will cover our basic Toxicology training, known as our usual Introductory day. Day 2 will be classified as Advanced Homoeotherapy with Nutritional & Emotional Support.
Commencing in 2015, there will be an Introduction to Toxicology seminar in January, to be held in Cork. This day is more suited to CAM providers who are new to our product range and to our philosophy of health. It can also help established practitioners brush up on their New Vistas knowledge if they feel their CPD hours have lapsed or they need to re-evaluate how they utilise our remedies within their practice.
We will also be running Introduction to Toxicology seminars in the following locations throughout the year: London, Leinster/Dublin region, Mayo and the Midlands so if you cannot make a seminar close to you, there will be repeat days.
Advanced Homoeotherapy with Nutritional & Emotional Support will be a follow-on day to the Introduction to Toxicology. This seminar is geared towards existing CAM providers who are looking for product updates and more indepth product training. It will also incorporate autoimmune ailments and how to address common chronic disorders in a way that’s beneficial to the public.
Day 2 is scheduled to be held at four different locations throughout 2015, commencing in March in Ireland, with remaining dates to be confirmed later.
Sporadically, we will also run specific training days, such as Emotional Health Training with Australian Bush Flower Essences. We will also collaborate to bring you new seminars dealing with topics of interest to you and your clinics.
The Emotional Health Training with Australian Bush Flower Essences will be held in the Kildare area, once in March and once in October. Places are limited so please book early.
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EUROCAM is an alliance of European organisations for patients, physicians and practitioners in the field of CAM Therapies. It promotes and facilitates CAM’s role in maintaining public health, highlighting health promotion and illness prevention and promotes CAM at European level. It has published a new policy document on antimicrobial resistance.
WHO states that antimicrobial resistance is a serious worldwide threat to public health. Read more on how CAM can help.
The HPRA (Health Products Regulatory Authority) has released its fifth annual survey on the usage of veterinary antibiotics which is conducted in conjunction with the European Surveillance of Veterinary Antimicrobial Consumption project. The report confirms that veterinary antibiotic use is growing, reaching 100 tonne in 2013. Read the full report here.
Professor Christopher Exley, of Keele University, has dedicated years of his career to validating his theory of aluminium exposure and its link to neurodegenerative diseases. In his latest paper, he directly links Alzheimer’s disease and the presence of this harmful metal in the brain. Another reason to regularly detoxify and replenish nutrient deficiency. To read the full article, click here
The HRI, Homoeopathy Research Institute, have launched their new website which provides research data on homoeopathy. As it happens there is a considerable body of information on the effectiveness of homoeopathy so presenting this to the public is very important. The site is run by a charity so if you are a user or have benefitted, you might consider a contribution to help it along. This comprehensive source of information also offers a FAQs section, to help provide the most reliable information available on homoeopathy.
To view the new website, please go to www.hri-research.org.
Touch for Health Kinesiology is a system of healing that uses manual bio-feedback to determine what weaknesses or stressors affect the body. It does not treat or diagnose symptoms but acknowledges communication from the body which can help maintain, enhance and improve well-being.
Blending certain body muscles and traditional energy pathway philosophies, Touch for Health uses manual muscle monitoring to evaluate the balance and harmony of the meridians (energy pathways). Such techniques can help improve posture, reduce physical and emotional discomfort and increase well-being.
Touch for Health uses muscle testing to access the body’s response to stimuli – this could be a thought, food, trauma or injury. A balance helps alleviate the reaction to such stressors. This is achieved through a combination of acupressure, touch and dialogue.
The next TFH course will commence in February. To learn Touch for Health Kinesiology, and how it can be applied to everyday home life, contact Anja Ottenheim (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or read more on her website www.balancinglife.ie
Last weekend, New Vistas were thrilled to be part of the biennial British Homoeopathic Congress in Glasgow. Kindly organised by the Faculty of Homoeopathy, this year’s theme was ‘Homoeopathy – Sustainable Healthcare’. There were over 100 delegates present and the two day event was filled with thought-provoking presentations, case studies and personal experiences. It was a great weekend for homoeopathy and thanks to all who came over to our table.