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Welcome again to the Newsletter.
Welcome again to the Newsletter. We are going to have a slight change this year. I will be following the course of the seasons as before but adding in an exciting new aspect. As you have noticed the seasons are bi monthly. So now on the odd months we will be exploring a remedy. This is a great way to grow your knowledge and to remind you of remedies that you may have forgotten about that are really helpful. If we go about this yalphabetically then neither you nor I will get lost along the way.
Aconite, or Monks Hood, its common name.
Aconitum Napellus this being its Latin or botanical name.
I love this remedy, it is so diverse and is often forgotten.
* It can be used as a shock remedy, where there is much fear, anxiety, pacing the floor, needing the window open. It is great to use for anxiety attacks. It may not resolve the actual issue but will calm the person enough so a strategy can be sorted to get a handle on what is going on.
* It is a great reat remedy for those ear aches, fevers or sore throats that come on after being out in the cold wind.
* Where your little one wakes in the night (often midnight) with a barking croupy cough and is unsettled and very restless.
* This remedy is short lived within our system so it can be repeated often if needed. However as it is short lived and when used as a Similia it is often not needed too often in repetition. A few days at the most in a fever or cold or even 1 or 2 doses may be enough.
The Nyoongar Season –Birak -
First summer (season of the young)
December - January
The reason that this season was called the "Season of the Young" was due to the young hatchlings and young animals becoming active and playful. They are now leaving nests and their mothers sides and venturing a little further. The Nyoongar people used this season to take their children out to teach them hunting skills on the young game. This included kangaroos, emus and swans. Then, in February we move into...
Bunuru - Second Summer, the Season the Adolescence
We look forward to sharing with you in the next newsletter.
Until then enjoy the first summer season.
If you are unsure or your symptoms continue then contact your health professional.