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Smile what to use to help me get over bullimia and binge eating .

Hi im new here. ive been reading a lot recently about homeopathy and as im about to attempt recovery from bulimia / binge eating disorder ...yet again...i was wondering if there is any thing that could help me through it. i think i could have literally tried eveything else so this is kind of my last hope, i just need some advice on what to use and the best way to use it. Any advice at all would be really apreciated

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btw i forgot to add that if you need information from me to give me advice feel free to ask, i didnt want to type my life story up here (boring *yawn*) but i wasnt sure what information would be relevent xx
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"i think i could have literally tried eveything else so this is kind of my last hope, i just need some advice on what to use and the best way to use it. Any advice at all would be really apreciated ..................................."
The best advice is to seek face to face counsil from a trained classical homeopath in your country.
A first time casetaking should take aprox 2 hours. The well indicated homeopathic remedy needs to be prescribed. This cannot be the "Try this try that" method via discussion forums......sorry.
The Bengal Allen School of Homeopathy is located in the London area,there is a school and clinic located for patient use.
(Allen college of homeopathy 382 baddow road,chelmsford,essex,UK- email for the clinic-
allencollege@btinternet.com )
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