Lemon calf compress for fever

May 6, 2015 | Posted in Basics, Concepts in Anthroposophic Medicine, Inflammations / Infections, News, Pediatrics, Symptoms and Treatments

These printable instructions are meant to be used in conjunction with the video Lemon calf compress in the video group at video.sophiamr.com. 

Onion ear compress

May 6, 2015 | Posted in Anthroposophic Therapies, Ears, News, Nursing Treatments, Pediatrics, Symptoms and Treatments

These printable instructions are meant to be used in conjunction with the video Onion ear compress in the video group at video.sophiamr.com.

The Value of External Applications

April 21, 2015 | Posted in Anthroposophic Therapies, Basics, Men's Health, Pediatrics, Women's Health

There is nothing like external applications in therapy.

What has changed in the life of children today?

September 9, 2014 | Posted in Basics, Concepts in Anthroposophic Medicine, Development, News, Nutrition, Pediatrics, Prevention

Not so very long ago, the family was the center of social relationships. Children learned by working with their parents – how to cook, clean, garden, wash or repair the car, and tend animals and younger children. The adults who were a constant in the child’s life usually felt pride and attachment for the young people growing up in their home. The purity of the young child was often appreciated, and childhood was protected. No age is perfect, and no family is perfect. But the shifts in our time have some common themes that distinctly affect families.

The stories we give our children

September 9, 2014 | Posted in Basics, Concepts in Anthroposophic Medicine, Development, News, Nutrition, Pediatrics, Prevention

The images a child is given are as important for health as the food a child eats. These images are included in stories you tell your child – for example, about your own childhood. The child creates images from hearing your spoken word. Making inner pictures from hearing the spoken word is how the child builds imagination.

Pictures are ready-made in books, however as the child hears the story in the book unfold, the pictures in the child’s mind become more elaborate, through the child’s own creativity.

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