Homeopathy and care of the feet

Khan, Tariq
March 2006
Health & Homeopathy;Spring2006, p21
The article focuses on the human feet, its functions and some common foot problems. It is one of the most neglected parts of the body and possesses the general idea that feet can only be noticed when something goes wrong and this is mostly because of some foot problems. These problems include achillo-bursitis, athlete's foot, bunion, corns, callous and fissures, fungal infection and others. Marigold Therapy is one of the speedier and more successful remedies for many common foot problems.


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