Homeopathy is a therapeutic system of medicine
based on the hypothesis of like cures like

Sue Warner RSHom GPhC is a qualified
pharmacist and homeopath

Sue's rural Leics practice is within easy reach of
Leicester and Nottingham

Helping owners to understand how to use homeopathy

Remedies that can improve the health of animals

Teaching farmers how to use homeopathy successfully
to treat their farm animals

About Us

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Sue Warner is a qualified pharmacist and homeopath, a member of the Society of Homeopaths and has lectured around the world on homeopathy both for humans and animals.  Her practice is based in rural Leicestershire where she has been working as a full time homeopath since 1999.

She began her training as a pharmacist in 1976 and was excited by the many amazing actions that were possible with the medicines that were being developed synthetically at that time. She was also excited by the then unfashionable subject of pharmacognosy, the study of plants as drug sources, and contemplated going on to study herbal medicine.

After qualifying she worked in hospital and retail pharmacy where after a few years she began to identify the many gaps in conventional medicine areas for which there was no treatment.  It was in 1987 whilst studying for a post graduate diploma in Agricultural and Veterinary Pharmacy that she met Dr Shuttleworth who was successfully using homeopathy to treat both animals and humans.   His success in treating animals was what convinced her to find out more about homeopathy.

Sue attended several Society of Homeopaths courses and then enrolled on a four year course in homeopathy at the Faculty of Homeopathy in London.  She has been practicing as a homeopath since 1999, but maintains her pharmacy qualifications as she believes it helps her to keep abreast of medical developments as a whole.

Sue has integrated the Bombay Method or The Sensation Method into her homeopathic practice and continues to develop and work on new remedies, new ways of teaching, learning and prescribing to improve the effectiveness of homeopathy.

She believes that it is by striving to improve on ways of treating with homeopathy that this system of medicine can be judged.  Many patients come to homeopathy as a last resort, having tried and explored and failed with conventional medicine. It is her goal to help them to move from last resort to first choice to improve on the chances of better outcomes for patients.   Homeopathy is safe, gentle, effective and free from long term toxicity.