According to an article at http://is.gd/1GA3ew, it says this: "the homoeopathic medicines are permitted by the respective authorities and in Buenos Aires alone more than 400 pharmacies exhibit big sign-boards reading 'Homoeopathy'. Approximately 30 per cent of them have their own laboratories. About 14 laboratories in Buenos Aires prepare homoeopathic medicines." Can someone confirm this in general Can can lay people (i.e. citizens, residents and tourists) purchase these remedies for personal use?
Yesterday, in an after lunch conversation on CPR, I learnt that the massages and mouth-to-mouth breathing are to replace the functions of the body, actually pumping blood and air into it, and not only to stimulate activity. Makes one want to take a first-aid course urgently.
Good Morning. Would anyone on the forum happen to have any suggestions for an English speaking Hair Colourist? Ideally someone with significant experience in colouring blonde hair. Additionally, does anyone have a recommendation for a mobile Beautician to do waxing? Or alternatively, an inexpensive salon that they would recommend? Many thanks in advance.