Mani Norland is the Principal of the School of Homeopathy. He himself trained at the school and homeopathy was a huge part of his upbringing. Mani is also instrumental in making homeopathy accessible and is the vice chair of 4Homeopathy, as well as being involved in the Events Panel for the Society of Homeopaths and the Homeopathic Research Institute. In this episode we speak all about the history of homeopathy, exactly how it works and the sort of ailments it can help – from teething and fevers to autoimmune diseases and malaria. We discuss exactly why there has been opposition to homeopathy but how, ultimately, its popularity keeps increasing as people are becoming more aware of the benefits of empowering themselves to take responsibility for their wellbeing. Topics mentioned: homeopathy, holistic healing, informed choice, autoimmune conditions, hayfever, babies, children, conscious parenting, allergies, holistic health, natural healing For more information visit https://www.homeopathyschool.com/ and https://www.schoolofhealth.com/ For private wellness, mindset and life coaching, please visit my website www.laurenvakninecoaching.com Thank you to URBAN VEDA SKINCARE for sponsoring this episode of Reconditioned. Formulated with Ayurvedic principles, there is something for every skin type. Head to urbanveda.com and enter the code LAUREN15 at checkout for a 15% discount across the range. (Hot tip: their day and night creams are LIFE-CHANGING!) This season of Reconditioned is kindly sponsored by Block Blue Light UK, the UK’s leading company for anti-blue light products, to fix sleep issues, eliminate eye strain and improve health. Use code LAUREN10 for a 10% discount on all products including light bulbs and glasses. Haven't left a review yet? All you have to do is click this link and scroll to the bottom where it will give you the option. It's a great way to support this podcast and make it more accessible to others https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reconditioned-with-lauren-vaknine/id1534005981 If you enjoyed this episode, please consider sharing it with friends, and please also make sure to subscribe / follow and review! It really helps us to reach more people. And if you would like to help me keep the podcast going for as long as possible, please consider offering a small contribution to my Go Fund Me page.