Hope Michaelson

Bioregulatory Medicine

What is bioregulatory medicine? By definition, bioregulation is the regulation of biological processes in the body (Smit, 2009). Bioregulatory medicine involves the use of therapeutics to regulate these biological processes in times of illness.

Organ remedies and Homoeopathy for the 21st Century

Having been trained in Classical Homoeopathy and the standard 1 dose once and wait, the appeal of this way of prescribing has not been taken up or complied with for very long in my experience. Current expectation is to have changes that are seen much sooner, and also to have evidence based research to show the efficacy of the remedy used. Bioregulatory Medicine includes all of these requirements that are requested currently. Heel Healthcare distributes its medications world wide and has the highest quality, researched medicines which are made in Germany.

Homeopathy and Hahnemann etc Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann was a German physician, best known for creating the system of alternative medicine called homoeopathy etc etc from your pamphlet on homoeopathy you created at the Women’s Centre




Sandra Ingerman training, Australian dream training, etc

Spiritual Healer including training in 1991 and full membership in the National Federation of Spiritual Healers in Wales, United Kingdom.




The Anthropology of Homo sapiens sapiens** includes many different approaches to healing including Modern healing, Spiritual Healing, Ancestral Healing, Shamanic Healing, etc.

**Homo sapiens sapiens definition, the subspecies of the genus Homo in which modern humans are classified.

Collins online dictionary description of anthropology noun from the United Kingdom is the study of humans, their origins, physical characteristics, institutions, religious beliefs, social relationships, etc Note: See also cultural anthropology, ethnology, physical anthropology, social anthropology.

Collins online dictionary description of anthropology noun from American is

  1. the science that deals with the origins, physical and cultural development, biological characteristics, and social customs and beliefs of humankind

  2. the study of human beings’ similarity to and divergence from other animals

  3. the science of humans and their works

  4. Also called: philosophical anthropology, that is, the study of the nature and essence of humankind.