Homeopathy works for me


April 2, 2020
Em Colley Em Colley

It certainly does! For over 20 years I’ve been grateful for homeopathy in my life. From saving my horse’s eye to being able to help others with a multitude of things, there’s rarely a day goes by without me feeling thankful for it.

Something the Magic Pills team love to do is share the positive stories around homeopathy – not just the ones in the movie. You may have seen if you’ve been on our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/MagicPillsMovie/) or YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/anandahomeopathics) that we’ve several accounts of how homeopathy has helped others with various things – from reducing depression and anxiety to saving lives.

We’d like to invite you, with the release of Magic Pills to the world, to create your own mini-movie, share your own video of how homeopathy has worked for you.

Our friends in the UK at 4Homeopathy created the following easy guide create a video for Homeopathy Awareness Week 2018 (http://www.homeopathyawarenessweek.com/2018-campaign/) – have a read of it if you need any help. Alternatively if you’ve a teenager in your home you’re pretty much sure of having an expert in the house already!

We love to share on our page, so do send us a link if you’ve got it uploaded and we’ll do our best to get it out to the world to help celebrate the wonder of these magic pills!

How to create a video:
Use the video camera setting on a smart phone or camera and press record – it’s as easy as that. You may want a question to answer (see below) or just to start talking about your experience of homeopathy when you’re filming. You can get a friend to help film you or simply use the front facing camera on your phone – like you do when you take a selfie.

Messages could be:

  • How homeopathy has helped you or a client, friend or family member

  • What you’d say to a friend about homeopathy

  • If homeopathy has reduced your dependence on medication/improved your quality of life and how

  • End with ‘homeopathy works for me’


  • Film in landscape setting, not portrait

  • Make sure the lighting is sufficient (you may need to turn lights on) and are clearly seen
    i.e. don’t film with a window behind you

  • Look at the framing, try to get head and shoulders in shot

  • Look at what is behind you, film against a back drop that looks good

  • Keep it short, start with a smile

  • Usually the first go is the most natural and best

  • Make sure there are no other noises and speak clearly but naturally

  • Hold your hand steady or support your hand on a flat surface (or use a tripod if you have one)

Sending your video

  • Make sure you are on wi-fi and connected to the internet

  • Click on the movie and then click the ‘share’ icon

  • You will see various options e.g. Facebook, YouTube, Email, etc.

  • Upload the video to your social media channels

As we believe in giving various perspectives a voice, we may publish ideas we don't necessarily agree with, therefore the views of the authors do not necessarily reflect the views of Magic Pills, Ananda More, or Phosphorus Films.

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