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INTRO TO HOMEOPATHY: A Natural Path To Healing

Ellen Bourn

August 25, 7:00 pm10:00 pm
Lyceum Building
Ellen Bourn

Ellen Bourn

Join Reverend Ellen Bourn as we explore the theory of homeopathic Medicine.

One of the principles of Homeopathy is that treating the emotional body can have a positive effect on physical symptoms. Simple common remedies using natural substances made from plants can be effective for conditions such as the common cold, allergies, and post-surgical pain relief.

These suggestions do not require one to eliminate any traditional medications prescribed by your personal physician. Homeopathic medicine uses the Spiritual, Mental, Emotional and Physical bodies to seek Health Solutions.

We will also be discussing the theories of Homeopathy proposed by its founder, Dr. Hahneman, (1755- 1843) which are examples of a Holistic approach.

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August 25
7:00 pm—10:00 pm
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Lyceum Building
2 East St
Lily Dale, NY 14718 United States


Ellen Bourn

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