Teach Health and Homeopathy To Kids

Teach Health and Homeopathy To Kids | Here are some truly simple ways to teach health and homeopathy to your kids with my special guest the author of a curriculum specifically for parents to do this, Paola Brown. After recovering from an illness that left her bedridden she discovered natural remedies and that was her road to wellness. | #podcast #homeschoolpodcast #podcast #homeopathy #teachhealth #health #homeopathyforkids #healthforkids #kidsandhealth #teachkidsSimple Ways To Teach Health and Homeopathy To Kids ~ Episode 394

Here are some truly simple ways to teach health and homeopathy to your kids with my special guest the author of a curriculum specifically for parents to do this, Paola Brown. After recovering from an illness that left her bedridden she discovered natural remedies and that was her road to wellness.

Paola Brown is a homeschool mom to a 12, 10, and 8 year old and currently lives in Budapest. She has written a curriculum that is language-based for parents to teach their children about health and homeopathy. Visit our guest on her website at PaolaBrown.com 

Paola tried the conventional way of using medicine and she found it wasn’t working out for her, and after she was diagnosed with multiple autoimmune diseases, she became bedridden and was very sick. She went to the best of the best doctors, flew all over the country, and went to the Mayo clinic but no one could help. That is when she switched to a chiropractic, used herbs and while those things helped it wasn’t a cure and she decided to learn about natural health and wellness. It moved the ball in that direction, but it wasn’t until she learned about homeopathic medicine that the changes began. Homeopathic medicine is not synonymous with herbs and essential oils, it’s its own system of natural medicine.

Homeopathic medicine was a game-changer.

  1. She began to get well and progress in leaps and bounds.
  2. She wanted a legacy for her children after she struggled to fight and get my health back
  3. She was born in Brazil, and they immigrated to the US so while her parents knew the didn’t have health insurance, they brought their homeopathy kit.
  4. Homeopathy is pretty popular, especially in Europe and in foreign countries. Her mom brought a kit with her and then when her dad graduated from college and got a full-time job she threw out her kit because she had access to conventional medicine.
  5. Paola traces her health decline to the use of conventional drugs, unnecessary antibiotics, and misdiagnosis.

Her goal was to teach health and homeopathy to her kids after this encounter.

At an international conference Paola met many of the world-renowned homeopaths such as Dr. Peter Fisher who was the physician for the queen of England. He’s a medical homeopath. She has traveled and met many professional homeopaths. She asked this question, “So do your children just kiss the ground you walk on because you raise them with homeopathy, so they never had to resort to antibiotics or just rarely.” She asked, “Do they just adore you?” And one homeopath looked at me and said, “My son just took a round of antibiotics today. He is in college, he’s and he just thinks I’m a crazy person.”

Paola thought she had to change this with her own family and it triggered the idea to create a system to make this easier on parents to create opportunities and a learning environment where that learning is introduced to their children. She wanted to create a system that makes it easy to open and go and do it and teach it to your kids. (The book will be available in May of 2020) Follow Paola Brown on Facebook here

Teach Health and Homeopathy to Kids: 

  1. Teaching with stories – In Paola’s novel, she teaches children about the illnesses that happen in families and ways to combat the illness. She believes a literature-based approach is best.
  2. Workbooks that are meant for hands-on learning.
  3. Vocabulary cards and words with common remedies and definitions as well as applications
  4. Interactive videos that teach children
  5. Songs – learning happens easily through memorization of facts with music
  6. Audiobooks. This is a great way to get the information twice, once by hearing it and another by applications.

 

Takeaways:

  1. Talk to your children and tell them stories. Allow them to come up with the answers. Also, tell them why you make the health decisions you do. When she recently had the flu, the children knew to bring her juice and water and the importance of hydration because she too has taught her children this as well. Talk about the dangers of over the counter medicines. Basically they force a fever down but sometimes a fever is beneficial because while it is uncomfortable, it will help to fight the illness faster.
  2. Give the children to skills to research and learn about the side effects of drugs. If you are prescribed medication do you always know the side effects? The doctor may list a few, but researching this is important. It is important to learn to read a drug label.
  3. Study the Material Medica book and obtain a copy if at all possible, there you will find suggestions of remedies for different issues and the children can create their own notecards or a booklet. This project is great. They can learn about Arnica Montana, and Belladonna, and common remedies. They can learn about terminology such as terrain theory and how soil that is depleted or plants that are weak will get ill, while dirt that is rich and has nutrients and strong plants won’t attract the same types of pest because they are resilient. Chicken soup really is good for you when you are sick with a cold.

 

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