Q&A with Amy
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Your question can be about anything, but Amy’s expertise tends to be in the following areas:
- autism treatment (especially homeopathic treatment)
- health, especially alternative health approaches
- computers and society
Please know that Amy will try to answer your question in a way that can be useful to you and to others who read this blog. She will not make public comments about specific individuals or give referrals to specific practitioners on this blog. She will also not treat disease via this blog (Amy is not a practicing homeopath, but rather provides education to the general public.) However, she will provide advice and pointers to where you might find help. For referrals to homeopathic practitioners, please visit the Impossible Cure referrals page.
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Question: I was first introduced to you through your book "Impossible Cure" when I began my journey with homeopathy. I am now about halfway through your book, "Active...
Question: Hi Amy, What role does wheat/casein elimination play in reducing Aspergers symptoms? If you don't mind I'll give you precise information as to what I've done....
Question: Hi Amy, I am curious what your general philosophy is surrounding food/diet. Do you view humans as evolving towards a “kinder” diet (vegan) or do you see...
Question: Hi Amy, My friend found a tick on her three year old last night. He doesn’t have symptoms today. Lymes is a worry. Any suggestions? Thanks, Julie Answer: Hi...
Question: Hello Amy, I would like to know if there are any good homeopathic remedies for flea control on dogs and cats. I tried sulphur with no success on both my cat...
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