UK Celebrities who are also fans of homeopathy have shown up with their favourite homeopathic remedies painted as art on their bodies. Some homeopathic remedies are made from plants and the beautiful Jo Wood, Stacey Dooley and Janey Lee Grace “revealed the natural cures they swear by for wellbeing and health.” British Homeopathic Association Chief Executive, Cristal Sumner said of the campaign: “We are so pleased to have such strong, beautiful women endorsing our campaign and talking about their own experiences with homeopathy.
TV presenter Stacey Dooley is a big fan, using homeopathic remedies to calm her nerves. And also swears by atural remedies to beat the flu (that and turnips, eh?).
“It might seem odd that I choose to do a job which involves a lot of long haul flights when I’m a very nervous flyer,” Stacey said. “I first discovered homeopathy when a friend suggested trying it to overcome my phobia of flying and I haven’t looked back since – it really has worked!
British singer and DJ Janey Lee Grace added that homeopathy can work wonders for many female-specific health concerns.
“I’m passionate about 100 per cent natural health and wellbeing, and believe that it’s so valuable for people to take responsibility for their health, and to try a natural approach,” she explained. “I was first introduced to homeopathy 15 years ago when I was pregnant with my first child. I gave birth in a fabulous hospital where the midwives prescribed homeopathy during labour.
“Later I used homeopaths to sort all manner of the kids’ illnesses. For the campaign, I’ve had diamonds (Adamas) painted onto my neck – the remedy is used by homeopaths to treat severe depression, and also can help women in the menopause.