I was on a plane, on my way to a wedding last week and the thought occurred to me that a homeopathic remedy kit would make an excellent wedding present.
Why? For myriad reasons, but the one that comes first to mind is based on the nugget I read many years ago that newlyweds are more prone to knife accidents in the kitchen.
Why? Apparently newlyweds have never used sharp knives until they have been gifted some for their wedding*. (Perhaps this is old news and no longer relevant to today’s modern living with access to quality goods long before getting hitched, because I couldn’t find anything on my quick search of the internet.)
Back to those cuts. If it’s a bad or deep cut — seek medical attention, otherwise, after cleaning the wound, try one of these:
If it’s a clean slice, start with Staphysagria for relief and healing.
If it’s a jagged cut, start with Calendula for relief and healing.
If nerves are involved, you may need to add Hypericum for relief and healing.
A while back, I did a doozy, and the details of that injury and how I handled it homeopathically can be found in that link.
(If you are a recipient of some knives, be sure to give the kind gifter a penny, otherwise, as the saying goes, you are at risk of severing the relationship!)
Stay on the safe side and give a homeopathic remedy kit, instead!
For some ideas of kits*:
Now you're all set for wedding season gifting ideas
Julia Coyte, CHom
Classically Practical homeopath
* I have no affiliation with any of these companies, I provide them here only for convenience.
Julia Coyte, CHom
I am passionate about homeopathy and I love sharing this passion. Having a working knowledge of homeopathy shouldn't be kept a secret. If people have the ability to help themselves, their children and their friends when they have minor ailments, life just gets better for everyone. That is the purpose behind Ruminating on Remedies.