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Jane Lindsay - Registered Homeopath

October 2016 Newsletter  |  Health for all the Family - Naturally
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At the time of writing it is early September and the official beginning of Spring; Magpies are beginning to swoop on my early am cycle rides (protective headgear a must! See photo right!). There is a new warmth in the mornings as the days becoming longer. Mid-end September we will visit WA to walk the Margaret River "Cape to Cape" in celebration of our 25th wedding Anniversary. We're looking forward to seeing the spectacular scenery, spring flowers & coastal tracks.

Nature is our greatest healer and provides all that we need for health & wellbeing. Homeopathic Medicine is part of that provision and our profession globally believes that there should always remain freedom of choice in medicine. See article 4, HRI summary of NHMRC report for update to the future freedom of choice in Medicine here in Australia.

"4 Homeopathy" has now an International presence and is working to improve communication & information on Homeopathy. If you've been helped by Homeopathy I encourage you to "Have your Say" and place your story/ testimonial on their website (see article 2).

Chronic Pain management continues to challenge the general medical profession and use of opiates is reaching record levels, reports Amy Rosenburg. Read more on the potential for addiction & Homeopathy's role in pain management & assisting in recovery from addiction in article 2.

October 3rd sees QLD celebration/ holiday for The Queen's Birthday. The love of homeopathy by the British royal family is well known today, in part because Queen Elizabeth II is patron of the former Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and also because Prince Charles takes an active role in his support for homeopathic and "complementary" medicine.
Jane's protective headwear
Queen Elizabeth II - patron of the former Royal London Homeopathic Hospital
One of my early teachers, Bill Rumble speaks on how & why he became a Homeopath & what he enjoys about teaching the Philosophy of our Medicine. Thank you Bill for the "Boldness, Power & Miracle of Homeopathy" which you teach! See article 1 and video below.

Following on from the last newsletter, I am excited to announce a series of workshops at Mt Coot- Tha with Lesley Kendal. I have been invited to assist in facilitating "Healing Petals" on Monday 17th October (see article 6).

Our Homeopathic workshops continue to inform & inspire parents, care givers, Midwives and anyone interested in supporting their health. See details below for up & coming dates.

Finally a reminder that our on-line booking system is now available 24/7. Please note that there is often a 3-4 week wait list for appointments, so do plan ahead! Visit & scroll down to "Book your appointment on-line here". From there you may select either Bardon or Wooloowin clinic and after selecting your preferred date you will be offered appointments available on that date.

Yours in Health & Homeopathy
  Homeopathy "A continuous journey"
Meet Bill Rumble Director of The Welsh School of Homeopathy
Bill is a director & teacher at The Welsh School of Homeopathy & also teachers at many Homeopathic Schools & Colleges across the UK & Eire. Listen to how Bill came to Homeopathy, what inspires him & why he loves teaching the Philosophy of our Medicine. Listen here.

Hear other Homeopathic teachers speak of how they came to Homeopathy and what they enjoy about their profession at The School of Homeopathy website as well as where you can study Homeopathy in the UK or by long-distance correspondence or e-learning.

Find out more here.  
  The Accidental Addict
America's Hidden Opioid Epidemic - Homeopathy's role in pain treatment and recovery from addiction.
By Amy Rothenberg ND

Chronic and acute pain are among the most common complaints seen in medical practice. As a consequence, there has been a galloping increase in the prescription use of opioid pain relievers, such as oxycodone (e.g., OxyContin
R) and hydrocodone (e.g., Vicodin
R). Nearly a quarter of a billion of these prescriptions were written in 2013 alone - enough for every American adult to have their own bottle of pills.
This has led to unintended consequences, such as increased addiction and drug abuse. An estimated one in four patients receiving long-term treatment with opioid painkillers struggles with addiction. In other words, we all know someone dealing with this addiction.

Read full article here.  
  4 Homeopathy
Some of you will have noticed the Yellow H logo, which if you click on will take you through to the 4 Homeopathy website which offers testimonials, evidence & research information and data as well as how to find a Homeopath if you're in the UK.

Do visit the site to find out more about how Homeopathy works & learn more on the many people who have benefitted from this unique form of medicine. If you would like to leave a testimonial of how Homeopathy has helped you that would be wonderful. Have your say at

More at
There is also an app which gives advice on treating simple first aid ailments & accidents at home. Visit the App store on your phone.
  Homeopathy for health in Africa
HHA Calendar 2017 - Now Available for 2017! The ideal Christmas gift
Filled with beautiful images from Africa - a stunning testimony to all the people Homeopathic Medicine is helping get better!

To purchase Calendars, make a donation or find out more visit the site here.
  NHMRC UPDATE: Australian NHMRC review in detail by HRI
HRI is an innovative international charity created to address the need for high quality scientific research in homeopathy. The charity was founded by physicist, Dr Alexander Tournier, who previously worked as an independent researcher for Cancer Research UK, conducting interdisciplinary research at the boundaries between mathematics, physics and biology.
Who assessed the evidence on homeopathy in Australia?

The evidence review on which the Information Paper was based was commissioned by the NHMRC, but conducted by Health Technology Analysts Pty Ltd (trading as Optum).

The NHMRC's Homeopathy Working Committee, described as 'a committee of experts' played a crucial role, overseeing the process and giving external input on Optum's findings. Usually such a committee would include several experts in the subject being reviewed, yet in this case the NHMRC chose not include a single person with any expertise in either homeopathy or homeopathy research. The NHMRC need to justify this highly unusual decision, particularly as the lack of relevant expertise in the team may explain why serious errors were made in how the scientific evidence was analysed.

Read more here.
  MT COOT-THA - October workshops: A walk in the Garden
A series of fabulous workshops hosted by Les Kendal, Artist in Residence will take place w/c 17th Oct. I shall be assisting the "Healing Petals" workshop on Monday 17th Oct at 10.00 am. Do join us and if not on the Monday you can find a full list of other events celebrating the gardens here.

Monday 17 October
'HEALING PETALS' with Jane Lindsay and Les Kendall

Join Jane and Les for a morning of healing petals - a gentle walk, art making and connecting.

Jane will take us on a short guided walk around the botanical garden discussing flowers and plants and their healing qualities. After the garden walk we will gather at the studio to create a communal flower mandala from petals, seeds and leaves. Flower-inspired tea and cakes will be shared during the morning. Jane Lindsay is a local homeopath working with traditional homeopathic remedies and flower essences. Les is the artist in residence at the Mt Coot-tha Botanical gardens in Brisbane for 2016.

Meet at the Richard Randall studio at 10 am. Bring a hat. We will finish at 1 pm. Places are limited to 10 people. $12 per person - includes tea and yummy cakes.

Please ring the Botanical Gardens on 3403 2535 to secure a place in the workshop.

For more details visit the website and go to 'workshops'.
  How to Contact a GP Out of Hours
Doctor home visits. After hours. Bulk billed. Our Doctors are on the road from 6pm weeknights, 12 noon Saturday, all day Sunday and public holidays.

We service areas within Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Geelong, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Albury/Wodonga, Bendigo, Ballarat, Shepparton, Hobart, Launceston & NSW Central Coast. More info

Homeopathic Medicine for everyday Illnesses, Accidents, Children & Babies. Detox your Medicine Cabinet!
An overview of the history of Homeopathy & common Homeopathic Medicines

Date: Thursday 20th October & Thursday 24th November 2016
Day Course: 9.30am - 2.30pm
Fee: $85 inc. hand-outs

Presented by: Jane Lindsay MAHA AROH

Bardon Counselling & Natural Therapy Centre
Boundary Road, Bardon

T: 07 3368 1300 | E:

Do check out our AHA QLD website for more info on Homeopathy in Queensland, here.
Jane Lindsay Registered Homeopath. Licensed NES Practitioner - 07 3368 1300
Bardon Counselling and Natural Therapy Centre, 151 Boundary Road, Bardon Qld 4065,


Disclaimer: All material presented on the Aude Sapere/Jane Lindsay website, or within its communications and newsletter & Facebook site, has been sourced from multiple authors and does not necessarily constitute the opinion of Aude Sapere & Jane Lindsay. It is provided for general information and educational purposes only.

Serious injury or illness should not be treated without expert advice, nor should the information we provide be seen as a replacement for a consultation with a trusted healthcare provider. It is your responsibility to seek medical help and diagnosis when appropriate. All remedy-related information provided by Aude Sapere/Jane Lindsay is drawn from homeopathic pharmacopoeias and Materia Medicas listed by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australia) and referenced worldwide.


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