Jane Pritchard

Jane Pritchard

 
Homeopathy is wholly capable of satisfying the therapeutic demands of this age better than any system or any school of medicine.
— Charles F Menninger, MD
 
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Bio


My name is Jane Pritchard, I am a qualified Homeopathic Practitioner. I fell in love with homeopathy when my children were young and I was looking for a natural healthcare that would help their immune systems fight off infections quickly and effectively. Discovering homeopathy was a 'aha' moment for me. It had every element of healthcare I was looking for. Homeopathy not only helped me care for my children, it  also helped me address my own hormonal and emotional issues post pregnancy/childbirth. And as a family we never looked back!

Unfortunately I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in December 2015. The shock and horror of this news was overwhelming. Was this really happening to me? Why? I am a healthcare provider. I help other people to become well. Yet here I was in my own health turmoil. This was completely devastating to me and I have never felt more alone and fearful.

I believe I got cancer because of emotional suppression and fear. I was always pleasing people and not taking care of myself (mentally, emotionally and physically). I worried about everything! My system had been suppressed for a number of years, and was lacking the right nutrition to rejuvenate cells. It was depleted of  many minerals and vitamins that are a factor in many people with cancer, and suppressed emotions from my past were still affecting the way I lived my life. I feel grateful to have gained knowledge of what my body was going through and what it needed to be well.

I  now have a second chance at life and I see cancer as a gift. It woke me up and forced me to change many parts of my life. It also gave me strength, that I can now give back, helping other people with their own health issues, introducing non-toxic, non-invasive ways to heal.

Homeopathy is a whole picture approach to health and wellness. It looks at the emotional and physical symptoms. It requires a knowledge of what makes you 'tick', not just what physically hurts.