Who am I


I am Uta Mittelstadt, a homeopath (BSc, MSc), a writer, blogger, publisher, a researcher, a lifelong learner, an artist, a traveler and a vegegan. I am a citizen of the world, have grown up in various places across the planet. I am a crab, born in June.

I have a BSc and MSc in homeopathic medicine from the University of Central Lancashire.

I am very  inquisitive, and always seek to get to the root of things, I research and investigate, and I love to share my findings. I do so on my blogs, and regularly write for the online magazine ‘CLEVER H. – the Mag‘, of which I am also the founder and editor-in-chief.

When I write, I explore diverse issues and from different fields. Naturally I write about homeopathy, yes, but also about health in general, CAM, beauty, wellness, healing, ageing, and more!

I seek to inform and interest the reader! I am precise, reliable and punctual. I stick to deadlines and word-counts.


How I came to homeopathy and the complementary / traditional approaches to health care?

I have very wise parents!

I grew up with the natural home-remedies of old, calf packing for fever, gargling with wild sage tea for a sore throat … and soon recognized the huge potential of the gentle and natural practices. When then a tennis elbow that my father had many years ago, was cured almost instantly by a homeopathic remedy, I was sold to homeopathy.

I do not oppose conventional medicine, it has brought much advancement, but it is along vast stretches invasive, and many allopathic medicines have more or less severe side effects. I believe one should use as much complementary and traditional treatment as possible for reinstatement of health, but should resort to as much as is necessary of the conventional approach.







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