Jeremy & Camilla Sherr

Buthotus tamulus

Welcome To HHA
Letter from Africa by Jeremy Sherr
Acute Response
Jeremy Sherr Update 25.3.21
Jeremy Sherr’s first FREE webinar 15th March 2020
Jeremy Sherr’s second FREE webinar 22nd March 2020
Jeremy Sherr third FREE webinar 29th March 2020
DE Jeremy Sherr fourth FREE Webinar 13th April 2020
Jeremy Sherr FIFTH FREE webinar
Jeremy Sherr – Sixth FREE webinar 9th August 2020
Jeremy Sherr | Proving Research
Stings by red scorpions (Buthotus tamulus) in Maharashtra State, India: a clinical study
The effects of Indian red scorpion Buthus tamulus venom in vivo and in vitro
Toxikologische Abteilung, Klinikum Rechts der Isar
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System
Homöopathie – eine Zukunftshoffnung in der Pandemiebekämpfung?
Dynamis The School for Advanced Homeopathic Studies
HOG Homöopathen ohne Grenzen
Fallbeispiel omikron
Warum Homöopathie die beste Methode ist

Maasai clinic: Stomach pains and nausea gone, low blood pressure normal, body aches
gone, anger finished, sadness and depression gone. Never well since her cows were stolen. Rx: Aurum 12c daily for 3 weeks.

#lovemyjob #tanzania

This 9-month old had TB (tuberculosis) when she was 2 months. As a result her spine is
deformed and protruding. When we saw her 4 weeks ago she couldn’t sit, let alone stand.
Our volunteer Rebecca Stirrup gave her phos 12c and she is now able to do both.

Camilla Sherr’s Agri Homoeopathy Bundle

Q: “Why are my still unripe tomatoes splitting and cracking
and what can I do about it?”
A: not enough calcium in the soil.
Treatment: Calc-c 30c
Problem solved

Queen Elizabeth II
1926 – 2022
A great supporter of homoeopathy
Queen Elizabeth II was an avid user and supporter of homoeopathy. She always travelled with her little leather medical kit containing more than 60 homoeopathic remedies.
In fact, it is said that she refused to travel without it. She also regularly used homoeopathy to treat her beloved corgis.
We honour and thank Her Majesty for her support of homoeopathy over the years.
Our condolences go out to her family, and to everyone mourning her loss.
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Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

My mother’s ornamental apple tree was infested with ermine moth
(🇫🇮 tuomenkehrääjäkoi)- horrible caterpillars munching away at leaves, end result:
a tree straight from your Halloween nightmare, a sceleton with white spiderweb-looking stuff hanging off the bare branches. She gave the remedy on Thursday, went away for the weekend and on Monday all the caterpillars were gone!
Miracle! There’s nothing you can do with traditional methods except squirt water with high pressure. Can you figure out the remedy? P.S. This year, for the first time ever, the apples are red and juicy instead of bitter and hard as rock! Maybe it’s not an ornamental tree
after all 🍏🍎😲