Our general articles are gradually being converted to blogs to improve the searchability of the website.

If you don’t see what you are looking for here, you can use the search box (top right of the screen) to search the whole website and our blog for information on a wide range of homeopathic topics.

 

Articles by Melanie Creedy

Accidents & Emergencies How to use remedies for little incidents at home.

Acute Skin Problems How to manage a range of short term and minor problems such as boils, impetigo (school sores) or Hand Foot & Mouth.

Antibiotic Resistance What does the future hold and how will we manage without antibiotics.

Anxiety and remedies to assist in challenging situations.

Christmas Stress How to survive the festive season and its lead up.

Colds & Flu Includes suggests for influenza epidemics and managing acute symptoms.

Digestive Problems Covers a wide range of issues from diarrhoea and constipation to travel sickness and indigestion.

Dose & Frequency  How much to give of a remedy and how often.

Ears First steps in managing sore ears.

Emotional & Spiritual Health Physical symptoms are often deeper than you think!

Exam Stress and what support you can give a child (or adult) during this challenging time.

Fevers & Paracetamol The Melbourne Children’s Hospital advice on how to manage a fever and when to use panadol and neurofen (antipyretics).

Hayfever & Allergies  Managing this troublesome problem and when to seek advice.

Is my remedy working Some tips for home prescribing

Menopause How can homeopathy help at this time?

Stress – general & back to school

The Journey Vs The Destination – our healing journey

Teeth & Gums Many people contact me with mouth issues and this article addresses some of the short term problems.

Whooping Cough  While you will certainly have consulted with your GP (and hopefully your homeopath) in cases of whooping cough, there are some remedies  that can be helpful in those early stages.

 

Homeopathy Today USA – Homeopathic Treatment of Ears

In 2007 I wrote an extensive article on the above at the request of ‘Homeopathy Today USA’ magazine and the item was published in the USA.

This article is a reasonably extensive explanation of using homeopathy to manage ear problems in children. It is not designed as an aid to home prescribing, but as an indicator of what can be achieved when working with an experienced homeopath. More than 17 years in practice speaks for itself and the management of ear problems is still one of my special interests. Usually I work alongside or in tandem with the GP/paediatrician/ENT specialist – homeopathy often being the unseen and unsung hero!

Due to TGA regulations around what I can tell you on my website about this topic, please email me for a copy of the article

This article includes information on managing a range of ear problems and might imply you can treat these issues at home. This is not the intention. The article is for information only and any ongoing ear problem should be treated by a registered homeopath in conjunction with your GP or ENT specialist.

General Articles

How Homeopathy Might Work

Dispelling the myths about Homeopathy by Louise Mclean, Editor, Zeus Information Service www.zeusinfoservice.com

This is a long but very interesting and well referenced article which busts many of the myths the skeptics have put out there, plus some history.

A Voice of Reason   by Valerie Malka,The Surgeon, Trauma Unit Westmead Hospital NSW

For more than 10,000 years, natural therapies have been used, while  conventional medicine is but 100 years old. They deserve the recognition universities have given them as they have healing modalities and benefits proven by credible and peer-reviewed research.

Swiss Report on Effectiveness of Homeopathy

The Case for Homeopathic Medicine, by Dana Ullman

Facts & Figures on Homeopathy

 

 

Disclaimer
Homeopathy is a traditional medicine. It may be used in conjunction with other medicines. For any ongoing chronic condition, it is important to be assessed or examined by your healthcare professional or specialist. Always seek medical advice in emergencies.
information in these articles does not constitute medical advice. It is referenced from the texts approved by Therapeutic Goods Administration and is for information only. If in doubt as to the appropriateness of a treatment seek advice from your homeopath or medical doctor.