I remember exactly how I was introduced to homeopathy. For twelve years I was a nanny for a family who introduced me to natural foods. In fact, I would do the grocery shopping for the children a lot and had never been to a natural foods co-op prior to working for them. To this day, I am clear that mother (my employer) has no idea the depth of the impact that made on my life. Without it my health would not be what it is today.
I recall her telling me to give the children arnica pellets when they fell and got bumps and bruises and also remember the arnica being the first thing she requested on a ski trip when she fell and cut her forehead. These little blue vials were so interesting to me, and the quick healing response of the body was even more so.
My interest in homeopathy heightened when Sunny was born and my husband and I were making our choice not to vaccinate. We knew chiropractic would be key to her health and well-being but knew she needed something else as a proactive and preventive measure.
Having been active in the birthing community for a number of years prior to Sunny’s birth, I had heard the name of our homeopath and the great strides she was making in our community. Kate Birch has since travelled to wellness conferences in Cuba, has authored two books on homeopathy, and educates on homeopathy as prophylaxis for infectious contagious diseases.
Today I have a little treat for you. In May, I interviewed Kate as a panelist for the Healthy Happy Kids Telesummit, and I’d like to share that interview with you here today (for FREE!).