A list of homeopathic remedies and their uses. What to put in a homeopathic travel kit.
Many years ago, when I started using homeopathy I wanted to have a set of remedies that I could rely on when my family was ill.
There are a few sets that one can buy online and they are very good because they contain the most useful remedies for everyday problems.
However, some people are looking to buy individual remedies and there are looking to have a small set of remedies that are useful.
By experience, I have been in situations when you are running into a difficult acute and to make matters worse, it is night time! You only have a few remedies at hand until the morning...and the remedy you are thinking of is not in the kit! Everyone panics...
However, somehow people always manage with what they have at hand and many resourceful patients have been able to treat acute problems with minimal resources. THIS IS THE BEAUTY OF HOMEOPATHY-FLEXIBILITY.
That is where knowing the main affinity of a remedy pays off!
If you look through my blogs, you will see that certain remedies pop over and over. These remedies are called POLYCHRESTS!
Polychrests are remedies that serve many uses because they cover the symptoms of the most common health problems. They are what you would call broad-spectrum remedies, and these remedies they are the ones to have!
On this list, there are some remedies that are not polychrests but I would not want to be without them either.
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Cristina Villacorta is a homeopath dedicated to helping everyone to find better health with homeopathy from her clinic and online worldwide via Zoom. She is also conducting a homeopathic study in chronic recurrent illnesses in children. She writes blogs aimed for people who want to self prescribe homeopathy to improve their health. To keep up with her posts, follow Cristina on Facebook, Pinterest and subscribe to her blog.