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Welcome again to the Newsletter.
Fairbridge Festival 15-17 April
The AHA WA branch this year is sponsoring a Homoeopathic First Aid Tent at the Fairbridge Fesstival.
I give thanks to the Queensland AHA branch for inspiration for the AHA WA venture of the Fairbridge First Aid Tent.
There has been a Homoeopathic First Aid Tent at the Woodford Folk Festival for the last 10 years.
Come and visit if you need to for your First Aid issues or just to have a chat.
The Tent will be manned by volunteer Professional experienced Homeopaths and supported by students gaining practical experience. All this interspersed with great music and a lively festive atmosphere
I will let you know how exciting a time we have in the following newsletter.
World Homeopathic Awarenss Week 10-16 April
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure“
Scope of Homeopathy in preventative Medicine
In Asian countries especially in India where Homeopathy is recognized. Government homeopathic medicines are freely use as a preventive for Dengue, Swine Flu, Chicken pox, Mumps very well.
In other countries many associations are fighting for use of Homeopathic medicines as a primary preventative medicine.
Where there is a sudden onset of an illness homoeopathy can aid prevention of the illness progressing further and reducing complications.
First Aid Homoeopathics can be such a great support:
- Boosts the immune system and improves the persons resistance to the infection and illness
- It can stimulate the body to heal effectively and swiftly without giving side effects
The Nyoongar Season –Djeran
Ant season (season of the adulthood) April - May
Djeran season, at last sees a break in the really hot weather.
The winds have also changed, especially in their intensity, with light breezes generally swinging from southerly directions.
You may have noticed the flying ants in the light winds. Westerners call them white ants.
Djeran is a time of red flowers especially from the Red Flowering Gum (Corimbia ficifolia), as well as the smaller and more petite flowers of the Summer Flame (Beaufortia aestiva). As you travel around the Perth area, you may also notice the red 'rust' and seed cones forming on the male and female Sheoaks (Allocasuarina fraseriana).
In May the Banksias start to display their flowers, ensuring that there are nectar food sources for the many small mammals and birds that rely upon them.
The Nyoongar Season –Makuru -Fertility season is next.
We look forward to sharing with you in the next newsletter.
Until then enjoy the ant season, early autumn.
If you are unsure or your symptoms continue then contact your health professional.