Category Archives: For Parents

HP Later: When to Use Constitutional Homeopathy First

Our HP program is designed for children who are developing normally with strong immune systems. Unfortunately, not every child falls into that category. Continue reading

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What is Homeoprophylaxis (HP)?

HP involves using homeopathic remedies called “nosodes” to stimulate and educate the immune system toward the infectious disease process. Continue reading

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Available for Purchase: The Solution ~ Homeoprophylaxis: Immune system educator

Look no further for answers to how you can protect your children from infectious contagious disease in a safe and effective way with Homeoprophylaxis (HP). Continue reading

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Now Available for Purchase: Long-term homeoprophylaxis research publication

This publication is a must read for parents, doctors, and policy makers who are looking for a safe, efficacious, and natural way to educate their children’s immune systems towards infectious disease Homeoprophylaxis (HP), based on the same theory of vaccination, that of introducing attenuated infectious agents with the aim of stimulating immunity. Continue reading

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Under Whose Authority is my Body?

Our immune system is the central governance of our body. Its purpose and innate prerogative is to differentiate self from non-self: To determine what is good for the body and what is not. This plays out in the face of infectious … Continue reading

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Homeoprophylaxis at the White House

On May 30, 2019 FHCi had the opportunity to send one of our HP Supervisors, Amy Rozen, to The Global Woman’s Entrepreneurs Conference (GWE).  We saw this as an amazing opportunity to bring homeoprophylaxis to the White House and present … Continue reading

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Our Evolutionary Relationship to Infectious Disease by Oonagh Taeger, DHom(UK), PCH

In the media and in our communities we now see heightened fear of infectious disease. In a way this is perfectly understandable. Nobody likes the thought that their child could be carried off, or permanently damaged, by diseases such as … Continue reading

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Who uses HP? HP for world travel

Anke Zimmermann, BSc, FCAH, Sooke, British Columbia In April of 2017, I was contacted by the parents of a 19-year-old girl who was planning to spend a year traveling throughout Southeast Asia after high school starting the next September.  This … Continue reading

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How are babies’ immune systems different?

by Amber Currie, CCH RSHom C.HP, Loveland, Colorado Your healthy, adult body knows how to accurately identify problem microbes, run a fever to stop the growth of viruses and bacteria, and kill infected cells. Isn’t that amazing! Our children’s bodies … Continue reading

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6. Sharing our Stories: Real Families Discuss HP – Renee

By Deborah Landowne, CCH, California HP Supervisor. Homeoprophylaxis, aka: HP, is a a way to educate the immune system toward the infectious disease process. Free and Healthy Children International (FHCi) offers a 44 month program using homeopathic remedies called “nosodes” … Continue reading

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