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Homeopathy Explained

Homeopathy is a holistic, meaning complete, approach to the treatment of illness. A homeopathic treatment will address everything about a person, their well-being, their mental state, their physical affirmaties etc.

Homeopathic remedies come from natural sources, but this does not mean that they are herbal medicines. A homeopathic remedy uses the same elements which would cause a healthy person to undergo the symptoms which the sick person is experiencing. By stimulating the symptoms in the body the body is encouraged to develop the cure which will fight the disease.

The homeopathic remedy is a combination of the elements which will cause the body to show the desired symptoms, normally 10% of the mixture and a medium. A medium carries the remedy. Commonly used mediums are alcohol or lactose. This mixture is not immediately introduced to the body.

Instead it is shaken until completely combined then only 10% of it is added to another 90% medium. This process can be carried on 3 times, 30 times and so on. “The further a substance is attenuated away from the original substance the more powerful is becomes for healing.” — What Makes A Remedy Homeopathic

It is important to keep in mind that homeopathic remedies can not harm the body. If you choose to use one of these remedies yourself please consult your physician and stick to the 30x potency. Remedies are best taken when you haven’t eaten recently [15+ minutes]. Don’t eat or drink for another 15 minutes.

References:
Home Health Handbook: Treatments and Alternatives, Group 17 page 81.
What Makes A Remedy Homeopathic by Michel Igbal Dr. of Homeopathy

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