The Endocrine System, Hormones & Homeopathy Part 2
Hilery Dorian became interested in the endocrine system about 20 years ago when she treated a lot of patients with thyroid problems. She saw the profound effect of the remedy thyroidinum on patients. Not only physically but also on a very profound emotional level. Later, she considered a couple of folliculinum cases, it struck her that the very core of who we are as individuals is dictated by the hormones released by our endocrine system.
Hilery was not just considering testosterone, oestrogen and the other sex hormones, she was also thinking about the hormones, brain chemicals and neurotransmitters that these glands produce, such as serotonin, dopamine, adrenaline and cortisol to name but a few.
She saw that the delicate balance of our brain chemistry makes us who we are. Furthermore, the endocrine system is the interface between our physical and our emotional selves.
Hilery believes that the remedies that come from these glands, either made from the glands themselves (pituitrin anteriorum) or made from their secretions, (oxytocin, adrenaline), are going to become ever more important in our homeopathy clinics, to help patients find a better balance in their lives and to become who they were really meant to be.
Hilery and CHE feel strongly that the knowledge and understanding of how homeopathy can help the endocrine system should be shared with fellow homeopaths.
We are therefore delighted to be hosting Part 2 of the Endocrine system workshops on 8th september at 10 am – 5 pm to share our valuable insights on this subject. Hilery will be exploring :-
Where: The Centre for Homeopathic Education,12 Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2LP
When: Saturday 8th September 2018, 10.00am – 5.00pm
What You Will Learn
In the workshop, Hilery will cover:
- Pineal Gland
- Fluoric Acid
- Agnus Castus
Also, some more mainstream remedies that help to support these Glands.
Learn From Leading Homeopathy Experts
Hilery has been a qualified homeopath for over 30 years. She is a Senior lecturer at CHE (The Centre for Homeopathic Education) and many other homeopathic colleges, both in the UK and abroad. She first qualified as an acupuncturist in 1981 before going on to study Homeopathy. After graduating in 1988 Hilery continued her studies in India, and now runs a busy practice, seeing upwards of 50 patients a week.