Author Archives: Dr. Greg Meyer

About Dr. Greg Meyer

I'm a homeopathic physician, an urgent care physician, camper, hiker, traveler, and photographer. After Microbiology & Epidemiology, I studied medicine and more recently have become fascinated on how homeopathy can actually cure disease, or better said-how it allows the body to actually heal itself. I'm available for consultations in classical homeopathy. Check my website for more information.

Exploring the slots….in Utah, not Vegas


We were hiking in the Escalante Wilderness area of southern Utah recently. With names like Peek-a-boo, Spooky, Zebra, and Tunnel– slot canyons are one of nature’s most unique formations, and are one of the most fascinating places to visit. I … Continue reading

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Nehru Homeopathic College and Hospital, New Delhi


We were recently in New Delhi, and paid a visit to the Nehru Homeopathic College and Hospital, located in the city center. With only a short time before catching a train to other parts of India…..we had a brief, but … Continue reading

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Feeling old?….try Pole Vaulting.


I recently visited my hometown and met up with a high school friend I hadn’t seen in a long time. It happened to be his birthday, and he invited myself and friends to watch him pole vault that evening. He makes … Continue reading

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The Gathering of Healers


I recently was honored by allowing to speak at a interesting conference that took place in Fort Defiance, Arizona, on the Navajo Reservation: The Gathering of Healers. My topic was “Energy Medicine and Homeopathy”, which I was fortunate to be … Continue reading

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White Knuckle Driving – My England Experience


2 Weeks and 3500 miles. After getting my BMW diesel automatic (thank God) with built-in Navigation, I was following instructions out of the city to our first hotel near Bedford. It would have been very difficult without the calm English-accented … Continue reading

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Memories in my vacuum


Yes, spring is here. It’s time to reminisce over the past year – with my Dyson. Remember the last time I talked about my vacuum? Well, this isn’t about the dirt, it’s about the hair. I love cleaning the roller. Don’t get me … Continue reading

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A Case of Warts


When we were visiting Puerto Vallarta recently, our friend’s little girl had a case of warts in her mouth. She was happy and playful as ever. I was told that the doctor had biopsied them a few weeks back, and … Continue reading

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