Last week I gave a talk in Shrivenham, entitled "FEVER! What fevers and what you can do about them." I used this event as part of Homeopathy Awareness Week to raise funds for the charity Homeopathy Frontline.
The evening was good fun, the room was full, and we learned and shared experiences about several remedies commonly prescribed in fever. I got some lovely feedback (thank you all!) and even better, we raised £30 for the Homeopathy Action Trust's organisation, 'Homeopathy Frontline'. This may not sound a huge amount, but given that I organised the evening in less than a week this was a great achievement - so thank you all who came.
Frontline Homeopathy is the banner under which the Homeopathy Action Trust encourages and helps provide treatment to those on low incomes who might not otherwise be able to receive it. They promote homeopathy as an effective, low-cost primary health care system in communities disadvantaged by social, economic and political circumstances on a global scale.
If you would like to donate to Homeopathy Action Trust or simply find out more, click here for further details. Thank you for your support.
Joanna Shipley RSHom, Registered Homeopath. Loving homeopathy and natural health and passionate about sharing through practice and teaching. Lecturer and tutor at Salisbury Homeopathy College. Informal talks, courses, workshops and provide one to one consultations for all ages.