Natural Remedies for ChildrenSimple homemade treatments for common childhood ailments
What if you could stop worrying about how to help your children when they get sick? What if you had the knowledge and the confidence to use gentle natural remedies to speed your child’s healing without a trip to the doctor?
Hi, I’m Heather.
I help families incorporate holistic health and nutrition practices into their everyday lives for better health.
That’s what I do today, but when I first became a mother, I thought I needed to call the doctor any time my children got sick.
In the past, when one of my kids came down with a virus, I immediately put a pot of soup on the stove and then anxiously waited for the symptoms to get worse. I wanted to support them through their illnesses, but felt helpless. I knew there were many natural ways to help my children heal, I just felt overwhelmed and didn’t know where to start.
Over time I’ve combined my education in holistic health and nutrition, with my experience mothering two young children. Through their early school years, to moving abroad to South America, my children have seen their fair share of germs. We’ve navigated it all with natural remedies.
I’ve learned how to use healing foods, herbs and supplements to help my children get healthy without prescription or over-the-counter medications.
Our family has saved time and money by avoiding germy doctor’s offices and by using cheap remedies we can find at home.
I feel confident in my abilities to help my children when they are ill and better yet, my kids feel confident in their abilities to heal.
Would you like to learn about natural remedies?
What You’ll Learn
What This Book Will Teach You
My Family Health Care History
The Rise in Childhood Illnesses
How to Build Better Immune Function for Children in 4 Steps
Natural Remedies Discussed in This Book
Create a Holistic Medicine Kit
Croup and Cough
Stomach Flu (Norovirus)
More about Heather…
Heather Haynes, MA is a family wellness educator and holistic nutritionist passionate about raising the level of children’s health with real food, green living and mindful practices. She runs the successful website, Kula Mama, a site dedicated to holistic health and nutrition for children. Heather also works individually with families to incorporate holistic nutrition and wellness practices into their own lives.
When she isn’t writing or consulting with clients, she is usually enjoying low tide at the beach with her husband and two children in Southern California.
Heather holds a Master’s Degree in Health Education, with a specialization in Holistic Nutrition.