Cork Homeopathy Clinic serves Cork City and County.  Regular clinics are held in Kanturk and Cork City. Call for a consultation or to make an appointment.

Lead by experienced and qualified homeopath and iridologist David Jeffery, the clinic can treat all ailments and conditions.  


Cork City
The Natural Healing Centre
Mondays, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays & Fridays 
Unit 23, Penrose Wharf
          Tel 021 4501600

Mondays, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays & Fridays
Percival St.
Tel 029 51922


Home visits in County Cork Consultations in the privacy of your own home - throughout the county - Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays.

David Jeffery is available for private consultation during the day or evening. For more information or to make an appointment ring me on my mobile: 086 8130337.  Or send a message  by filling in the form at this link

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Homeopathy even works on Sceptics

Jennifer McNally was completely sceptical when her doctor suggested she see a homeopathic pratitioner to cure the side affect of sleeping tablet use. However a few months later had to concede that her homeopath had cured her despite her lack of confidence in homeopathy. You can read the full story below:

Homeopathy works even on sceptics

Homeopathy enters the mainstream

Dr. Gray a Bristol based GP explains why she chose to train as a Homeopath and why it has become an essential part of her practice. "I would now find it difficult to be a GP without homeopathy it not only treats the conditions it improves the immune system as well." she says. Homeopathy is now available in some NHS hospitals and many GPs in the UK and Ireland.

Homeopathy enters the main stream,NHS Homeopathist and GP explains why.

JD Salinger is one of many Literary Greats who support Homeopathy

Novelist J.D. Salinger, acclaimed author of The Catcher in the Rye, was also a keen follower of homeopathy.    Living to the age of 91, Salinger's deep interest is documented by Joyce Maynard, a New York Times columnist, who lived with him for several years and wrote a book about it.
Salinger’s use of and advocacy for homeopathic medicine makes him one of a long line of literary advocates of homeopathy, including Henry James, William James, Emily Dickinson, Washington Irving, Mark Twain, Louisa May Alcott, Harriett Beecher Stowe, Upton Sinclair, Goethe, Fyodor Dostoevsky and George Bernard Shaw.

The following descriptions of Salinger's uses of Homeopathy are from an article by By Dana Ullman in the Huffington Post Blog  

"Salinger has a special love and even a “preoccupation” with homeopathy. He supposedly spent several hours each day (!) studying homeopathic books, and he regularly prescribed homeopathic medicines to people and animals.
Maynard describes a visit by her mother, who had an infected toe at the time. After an interview with her, Jerry prescribed a homeopathic medicine, and within minutes, her toe swelled considerably and then burst, after which the pain disappeared instantly (Maynard, 1998, 138).

Experiencing rapid effects from homeopathic medicines is quite common, and it is such impressive experiences that have helped homeopathy developed an international and loyal reputation, especially among the educated public and among the elite cultural classes (Ullman, 2007). People who take homeopathic medicines also often experience a temporary increase in certain symptoms prior to a deeper healing. 
More specifically, homeopaths often observe an increase in skin eruptions, nasal discharges, respiratory expectoration, or early and/or clotted menstrual bleeding shortly after taking a homeopathic medicine. Such experience of a “healing crisis” prior to a healing suggests that homeopathic medicines are not always the result of a placebo effect.
Maynard describes Salinger’s interest in “high potency” homeopathic medicines and his appreciation for constitutional homeopathy".

A short introduction to Homeopathy

Samuel Hahnemann, (1755-1843) a German physician, developed one of the ideas originally put forward by Hippocrates; that there is a relationship between disease and the medicines that are used to cure them. In homeopathic philosophy, an illness changes the whole economy of an individual ; not by physical symptoms alone, the mental and emotional state is altered too, it is “as if the person is possessed by the disease ”

Hahnemann suggested that medicines produce an “artificial disease” in the economy of an individual, lasting only as long as the presence of the medicine in the system, and that he could use this aspect of the medicine to “fool the body” into thinking it was under a bigger threat than it actually was, so making the defence mechanisms within the body work harder. Of course when the artificial disease (medicine) wore off, the defence mechanisms of the body, having been so stimulated, could overcome the “real problem", the original complaint.

Samuel Hahnemann

Samuel Hahnemann realised that it was ridiculous to test the effects of potential medicines for the treatment of human diseases on any thing other than humans, but being aware of the potentially lethal effects of pharmaceutical products, he came upon a process he called “ dynamization & potentization”, in which the actual physical effects of a proposed medicinal agent were attenuated by dilution, whilst still harnessing their inherent potential to bring about positive change.

He postulated that in order to know the true healing effects of these “potentized remedies” on the sick, they must first be tried on Healthy subjects, in order to know which symptoms they could produce, and to this end he set about using members of his own family as guinea pigs.
Using animal, vegetable and mineral substances available to him at that time, he compiled, from the “proving symptoms” developed by his test subjects, a “materia medica” of homeopathic medicines and their particular characteristic symptoms, that he used to treat disease.

Because of the method of potentization and dynamization that he employed in making homeopathic medicines, many of the most poisonous and deadly substances known to mankind have been found to be some of the most effective homeopathic remedies; even more surprising maybe is the fact that some apparently innocuous materials with no observable physical effects when used in material dosage , have proven to have great healing capability when prepared in homeopathic potency. 

The homeopathic consultation lasts up to about 2 hours, during which time the patient is encouraged to talk about all aspects of their life, not just their problem, so a picture can be built up of the person, both in health and disease, in order to more precisely find out the way in which the disease characteristically alters their perception.

A homeopathic medicine is chosen from the 2000 or so available, which the practitioner believes most accurately reflects the characteristic symptoms of the diseased individual.
Although it is not necessary for a good prescription, a perceived worsening of the presenting symptoms for a short period of time, is generally taken as a good omen, matching as it does Samuel Hahnemann’s idea that the body is being fooled into thinking things are becoming worse, and is often followed by lessening of symptoms and return to health.