Welcome to Homeopathy!
Elaine and Shana Lewis
For people who would like their case taken online, here’s how that works. I will ask you to fill out a questionnaire. If it’s a chronic problem or a constitutional case, click below:
If it’s an acute case (usually an illness or injury that’s less than 3 weeks old), click here:
Email your answers back to me. My email address is [email protected]. I may have follow-up questions for you after reading your case. To understand why homeopaths ask so many questions, click below:
When all the questioning is done, I will suggest a remedy for you to take. Homeopathic remedies are available at many health food stores, and at “Sprouts” (a farmer’s market in a number of locations), and online from various outlets including but not limited to:
Click on the link below and you can see one of my online cases:
What My Clients Say:
Mamtha from California, a long-time client of mine, posted this on a forum for parents with gifted children:
Hi, I hope all are well. I am not an authority in homeopathy, but as a family we have benefited immensely from homeopathy: treating wounds, allergies, and even a bone fracture. We have referred numerous friends (with a range of physical/mental issues) over several decades to Elaine Lewis ([email protected]) a fantastic homeopath, who provides online consultation. Elaine sends out a most comprehensive questionnaire, after which there is a lot of back and forth, clarifying points. The one thing about an online homeopath is that she is there all the time – our family has concluded that Elaine does not sleep
Wishing healing and good times to all,
Leslie wrote the following to an ITP (low platelet count) patient:
My daughter has been working with Elaine since June and she is feeling so much better now…less if any, bruising and no bleeding. Her energy is up and we are not constantly stressed and thinking about the doctors, hospitals, treatments, etc. It has been very freeing and Elaine has helped us every step of the way. Worth every penny…and a lot cheaper than the other treatments. No side effects and the homeopathy is so easy to use. Just have to find the right remedy for your daughter and it may take a little time but Elaine will persevere until she finds it. I believe that homeopathy can and will work for anyone. There are also a lot of supplements and nutritional changes you can use to help increase platelets and Elaine knows these and can recommend as well.
I would HIGHLY recommend Elaine, she is so knowledgeable & is ALWAYS there to answer questions. She has been a gift.
“J”, whose complaint was enlarged prostate, wrote the following:
The majority of my work is done online, and as you can see, the online format is not a barrier to getting results! You never hear, “Time’s up!” from your online homeopath, and all questions are answered. Online homeopathy is unlimited in terms of how often you can “see” your practitioner, and convenient and easy for all concerned.
My rates are as follows:
Chronic/Constitutional case–$315 for initial intake, evaluation and remedy selection. The next 2 months are free! After that, if you still need to continue, $100 a month.
Payments can be made through direct-deposit, Zelle, PopMoney, PayPal.com or personal check.
How To Register With Paypal
Why register with Paypal? Well, for one thing, you can use your credit card! Paypal also corrects for different currencies if you live outside the United States. First, go to: www.PayPal.com Then, click on “sign up”. Select “personal account”.
You will be asked to fill in the usual form–name, address, password (your email address is your “user name”), then when you get to the page that asks for your credit card information, either enter that or scroll down to “Use checking account instead”. Paypal will inform you that it will make two small deposits into your checking account for the sake of verifying that it’s really yours.
Then paypal will send you an email to remind you to go to your checking account online and find the 2 deposits, then click on the link in the email to verify that you’ve received them.
Actually, my daughter, Shana, just signed up.
She got the confirmation email, she went to paypal.com to click on “confirm”, and they asked her for her online banking user name and password. They never asked for the deposit amounts for some reason but she was still verified and now she has a paypal account! Obviously, if you plan to use your credit card, registering is a lot faster!
So now that you’re registered and have a paypal account, you can go to paypal.com and easily use it to buy things online or send money to just about anyone.
If You’re Paying With Paypal
Log in. Click on “send” or “send & request”. The “send money” page will come up. Fill in the field that asks for either my name, phone # or my email address with my email address: [email protected]
On the next page that comes up, type in the amount of money you’re sending and then select “sending to a friend”. Why is this important? Because neither one of us has to pay a fee that way (assuming you’re located in the US).
I have to add that Paypal seems to change its format all the time. But what I’m giving you is a general idea of what you’ll see; they may change the order of their pages, etc. at any time in the future, so, don’t let that throw you.
Paying With Zelle, PopMoney, or Personal Check
Certain banks allow you to transfer money from your checking account to a friend’s checking account through a program called Zelle or PopMoney. If your bank has either of these, you will find it by going to your online bank account and clicking on either “Transfer Funds” or “Paying Bills and People”. You will then see the option to “Send Money With Zelle” or “Pay Other People”. You may have to register first (which only takes a few seconds), then you will be able to send money. You need only enter in my email address ([email protected]) and the amount you’re sending. Very easy. If your bank doesn’t have Zelle or PopMoney, and you live in the United States, you can send me a personal check. Let me know if this is your choice and I will send you my address.
Paying By Direct Deposit
If your country doesn’t offer Paypal or Zelle or PopMoney, let me know and I will send you my checking account information.
People often ask me, “Will my insurance cover you?” Unfortunately, probably not; homeopathy is not a licensed profession in the United States except for Nevada, Connecticut and Arizona, and even then, you have to be an MD. See below:
- There is no license offered to professionals to practice homeopathy in the United States, with the exception of three states that license MDs & DOs to practice homeopathy. Those states are Arizona, Nevada, and Connecticut.
- Several US states have adopted legislation that allows unlicensed complementary and alternative health practitioners the freedom to practice as long as they give full disclosure of their training and background: Minnesota, California, Rhode Island, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Idaho and New Mexico. Each of these states has its own regulations and guidelines which you will need to obtain from the state directly.
Finally, in terms of working with me, you will be ahead of the game if you can read this article:
If you need references, feel free to write to:
Alan Schmukler: [email protected]
Anil Ravi: [email protected]
Gabriela Aguero: [email protected]
Leslie Chopra: [email protected]
Linda Santini: [email protected]
If you’re okay with everything you’ve read so far, send me an email so we can get started! (But be sure to read the disclaimer below.)
Elaine Lewis, D.Hom., C.Hom.
email: [email protected]
The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this site have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem. The content of this website is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as a replacement for medical advice. Do not disregard or delay seeking medical advice because of something that you have read here. Elaine Lewis assumes no liability or responsibility for self-medication carried out by any person based on information gleaned from this website.