Dr. Jane Li-Conrad Discusses Homeopathic Medicine At LPL

“There is always hope,” says Dr. Jane Li-Conrad. As an osteopathic family physician who practices family medicine without pharmaceuticals, Dr. Jane believes homeopathic medicine can offer hope for any medical condition.

On Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. “Remedy Jane” is visiting Lakewood Public Library to discuss the history of Natural Medicine, the laws of healing and how to use remedies from your home garden. The event takes place in the Main Library Basement Auditorium at 15425 Detroit Avenue.

To get to the origins of homeopathy, we have to travel back to Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.) who said, “By similar things a disease is produced and through the application of the like it is cured.” His idea was picked up again in the 1500’s by Paracelsus with the theory, “What makes a man ill also cures him.”  Two hundred years later, Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) expanded both their ideas and became the founder of the alternative medicine practice of homeopathy which means “similar suffering.”

Please come and explore the history and principles of homeopathy with Dr. Jane Li-Conrad as part of our lecture series designed to improve your health and well-being. We look forward to seeing you!

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Volume 13, Issue 12, Posted 2:48 PM, 06.20.2017