even with very small children and pets
of healing that works with your body to restore itself, and improve your overall health
of many conventional medications, is affordable, and is made from natural substances
in preclinical and clinical studies. See the research library here.
in over 200 years of use in both acute and chronic conditions
form of medicine and regulated by the FDA
The practice of homeopathy has been around for more than 200 years and is still practiced in one form or another in nearly every country on earth today.
Hundreds of different homeopathic remedies are now in existence. Homeopathic medicine comes from a range of natural substances, which can either be plant, mineral or animal-based. Examples of substances that a homeopathic doctor might use to treat a patient include: fresh or dried herbs, activated charcoal, vinegar, garlic, caffeine, mountain herbs, crushed bees, white arsenic, poison ivy and stinging nettle plants. These substances are extracted or processed in another way to create tablets, skin ointments, gels, drops or creams.
Homeopathic medicine is considered to be a safe practice and remedies have been regulated by the FDA since the late 1980s. While there’s been much debate in the medical community over the years regarding whether or not homeopathic medicines work, many patients are able to find relief from illnesses like food or seasonal allergies, insomnia, fatigue and so on using very small doses of natural, safe homeopathic solutions.
Here are some key facts about homeopathy and an overview of how this system works:
Who Benefits from Homeopathy the Most?
Homeopathy has been used most widely in patients suffering from:
One of the most important principles of homeopathic medicine is that treatments must be “individualized” and tailored to each person’s specific symptoms, history, body and needs. Even if two people are battling the same illness, they can receive completely different commendations from their homeopathic doctors based on their unique situation and how their body would be expected to respond.
What makes homeopathy very different from conventional medicine is that a patient’s emotions and personality are highly important. It’s common for a homeopathic doctor to talk in depth with a patient about their stress levels, relationships, personal characteristics, family and so on. Patients respond differently to a range of doses of homeopathic medicines, some needing much higher doses than others based on their current situation. Homeopathic remedies — whether adaptogen herbs, minerals, medicinal mushrooms or animal products, for example — are diluted to a certain potency depending on the patient’s needs, and the goal is to always use the minimum dose possible that will still offer benefits.
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