This is my passion – restoring women to the vibrant and energetic beings that they once were.

I am a woman (obviously). I am a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister, a niece and an aunt. I am many things to many people. I have to keep myself strong and healthy and happy so that I can support others. I do that with homeopathy.

I come from a family of fierce females, feminine warriors and hard workers. I’d like to think I have inherited some of that.

The greatest achievement of my life has been giving birth to 3 crazy, beautiful children. Wildes by name, wild by nature!

I began my homeopathic career as a general practitioner but it has evolved. While I do still treat children and men and I still teach other parents how to use homeopathy themselves, through online workshops, I now treat mostly women.

It began quite simply.

Day after day I saw mothers march their little charges into my clinic looking to boost their health (their children’s, not their own). And while the children recovered, the mothers became more and more fatigued, putting everybody else’s needs before their own. Eventually I began to suggest that they came for a consultation first, before their children (shock, horror)!

Ladies, we know this. We cannot hold others if we are operating from a place of sheer exhaustion. We must look after our own needs first.

It is not selfish, it is survival!

Since then, I have been treating menstrual issues, hormonal problems and menopausal complaints.

Women who have previously suffered from chronic cramping, headaches and heavy bleeding have got a spring in their step once more.

Women, whose cycles were controlled and altered by contraceptives, fertility drugs and synthetic hormones have balanced their bodies and have more energy, focus and confidence.

Women, who thought they would never become mothers, have done.

Women whose anxieties forced them to live half lives have stepped out of the shadows and back into the sunshine of their own existence.

And this is all down to homeopathy, a powerful, natural medicine.

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