Thursday, September 23, 2010

Homeopathic treatment, flower essence sessions offered

Marybeth Buchele, a homeopathic master practitioner with a practice in Menomonie and St. Louis Park, MN, will offer three programs in Racine in October about the effectiveness of natural treatments including classical homeopathy and traditional flower essences.
Homeopathy is a science developed about 200 years ago in Europe based on the principle that  “like cures like.” In simple words, it means that any substance, which can produce symptoms in a healthy person, can cure similar symptoms in a person who is sick.  For instance, an onion which makes your eyes water and your nose burn; if you are having an attack of hay fever with watering eyes and a burning nose, a homeopathic remedy made from onion can relieve it.

The original Bach Flower Remedies is a system of 38 flower remedies that corrects emotional imbalances: negative emotions are replaced with positive. They were developed by the late Dr. Edward Bach, a British physician, who began to see disease as an end product; a final stage; a physical manifestation of unhappiness, fear and worry. He  looked to nature to find healing flowers and, during a period of years, found 38 flowers and plants that, with, preparation, became the 38 Bach Flower Remedies.

Buchele is a graduate of the Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy in Minneapolis and the Bach  Centre in England, and has been using these essences for more than 25  years.

The programs in Racine include:

Bach  Flower Essences to Ease Life’s Emotional Challenges:  In this class, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19.   Buchele will cover all 38 of the Bach essences. Cost is $30.

Healing Winter Colds and Flu the Natural Way: Sniffles, sore throats, sneezing, fever and all-over body aches aren't an unavoidable part of winter.  Buchele will discuss how homeopathy, herbs and vitamins can tune up your immune system,  from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21. A free-will offering will be requested for this presentation.

Both sessions will be held at Lake House Health and Learning Center, 932 Lake Ave. Call Lake (262) 633-2645 to reserve a space; get directions and other information.

Buchele will also serve as guest speaker at the morning monthly “Cup of Consciousness" gathering on Oct. 20 at Cup Of Hope, 507 Sixth St., to discuss “Natural Practical Ways To Improve Your Health.” In addition, she will take appointments for private consultations on Oct. 19-21, which cost $350; $100 deposit is required prior to the appointment. For reservations and further details, access her website or call (715) 231-6068.
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