Cantharia is derived from the beetle, cantharis, and is extremely powerful in reducing inflammation and promoting bladder health, as well being used for reducing any form or burning sensation within the body.

Corn silk is the long, silky threads that grow on corn on the cob and is often discarded before cooking. It has a number of health benefits.

Dong Quai, also known as Angelica Sinensis, is a fragrant plant with a cluster of small white flowers belonging to the same family as carrots and celery. It is also known as the 'femal ginseng' being good for enriching the blood, which is why it is good for menopause and PMS.

Horse Tail is a herbal remedy that dates back to ancient Roman and Greek times, being named due to its length and bristles resembling a horse tail. It was used traditionally to stop bleeding, heal ulcers and wounds, and treat tuberculosis and kidney problems.

Marshmallow root is found on the banks of rivers and in salt marshes, being a perennial herb that’s native to Europe, Western Asia, and Northern Africa which contain mucilage, a thick gluey substance that relieves irritation of mucous membranes by forming a protective film.

Sasaparilla is a plant, its root being used as a medicinal remedy for many conditions including a range of skin conditions and urinary tract infections.

Slippery elm is a tree native to the central and eastern United States, and its bark may be able to soothe a number of symptoms. It is soothing and is used to treat coughs and inflammation.

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Events in my own life led me to search alternative medicine to relieve my health problems as traditional medication just wasn’t cutting it. I started looking into homeopathy following a cataract operation in March 2009. Around this time I started getting hiccups on a regular basis. 

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