It's time to announce that in 2018 I will be running a much needed Homeopathy STUDY OF POTS, an illness that affects the Autonomic Nervous System resulting in raised pulse rate, blood pressure fluctuations, fainting, gastric problems and much more.
I've been a homeopath for over 10 years but recently I was able to help a young woman with POTS called Mandy. This has inspired me to help others with POTS, an illness which is so poorly resolved with conventional medicine. You can read about Mandy's story here.
I am running the study because I want to learn more about POTS and see which factors in a case make it more or less likely to heal with homeopathy and what we can do about it. As homeopathy prescribing is based on the patient's own story of how they experience their symptoms in detail got via interview it is quite possible to treat from a distance via phone or video. This makes homeopathy ideal for those who find traveling difficult like those with POTS. The right homeopathic remedies which are very low cost, can then be posted or bought online.
I am looking for candidates (UK based, or around the world via Skype/Facebook/Zoom etc) who would like to take part in the study to see if homeopathy can help their POTS. I will initially be offering three free consultations (that's three months' worth) for up to 12 candidates worldwide.
Having debated the criteria for the study, I have decided that the only requirements for candidates are as follows:
1) You have POTS.
2) You agree to avoid acupuncture treatment or any other 'energy' medicine (such as sacro cranial osteopathy, reflexology, acupressure etc) during the study as these can antidote homeopathy.
3) That you can speak English! 🙂.
4) Oh.. and you agree to refrain from drinking any coffee (fresh or instant) throughout the treatment, although a cup of decaf daily might be allowed. That's hard news for some, I know, but time and again I have seen it antidote homeopathy.
5) That you are happy to pay a nominal fee for the cost of remedies which, per month, will be approximately $4 (USA) or £5 (UK).
UPDATE March 2018: