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Homeopathy, or homeopathic medicine, is a holistic system of treatment that originated in the late eighteenth century. The name homeopathy is derived from two Greek words that mean “like disease.” The system is based on the idea that substances that produce symptoms of sickness in healthy people will have a curative effect when given in very dilute quantities to sick people who exhibit those same symptoms. Homeopathic remedies are believed to stimulate the body’s own healing processes. Homeopaths use the term “allopathy,” or “different than disease,” to describe the use of drugs used in conventional medicine to oppose or counteract the symptom being treated.

Asthama treatment in homeopathy

Asthama treatment in homeopathy

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed by symptoms rather than conditions, as each case of a particular illness can manifest differently in different people. However, to make it quicker to find the symptoms related to Asthma, the symptoms experienced by a previous visitor to our homeopathic remedy finder have been grouped, by …

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treatment of depression

Depression

Remedies used in the treatment of depression Arsenicum album Made from white arsenic, this remedy is indicated for people who worry unduly about their health or who are perfectionists and overly critical of themselves and others. They are at risk of depression if they fail to reach their own high …

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First Aid in HOMOEOPATHY

Homoeoathic first aid

We’ve provided this guide, as an online service to help you be prepared in the event of an injury or emergency. To be prepared for an emergency we recommend that you prepare your household in two important ways. First, list key emergency phone numbers in a conspicuous location for all members of …

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Pioneers Of Homeopathy

Hahnemann, (Christian Friedrich) Samuel (1755 — 1843) Physician and founder of Homeopathy, born in Meissen, Germany. He studied at Leipzig, and for 10 years practised medicine. He observed that a medicine administered to a healthy person produced similar symptoms to those of the illness it was intended to cure, and …

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Scope of Homeopathy

Scope of Homeopathy

Hahnemann believed that Homeopathy was a complete system of medicine and was destined to replace conventional medicine entirely. A few modern Homeopaths would still adopt this extreme position today, but most – and certainly almost all medically qualified Homeopaths – recognise that there are many illnesses that demand orthodox treatment. …

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Diagnosis

Diagnosis

DiagnosisA physician may be hastily called to the home of an elderly person with few but violent symptoms. Almost immediately, the family is concerned for a prognosis where correctness is a matter of great importance. The medical professional uses their knowledge of pathology for the conclusion of the case in …

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Principles of Homeopathy

Princilpe of homeopathic

Principles of homeopathy Totality of the symptomsIt is in the collection of all of the symptoms of the patient that the disease will be finally known. Hahnemann specifically noted that the most unusual symptoms were the ones that held the most promise for identifying the specific disease picture since many …

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Homoeopathic Philosophy

Homoeopathic Philosophy

IntroductionA study of any field of alternative medicine such as homeopathy is likely to take the student into a whole host of derivative concepts ranging from ancient religious rituals to quantum physics. Almost any book on the subject is going to contain a full range of holistic jargon that has no agreed …

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Vital Energy

vital-energy

A thorough understanding of the subject of energy is a necessary foundation for the study of Homeopathic philosophy, if the student is to understand the principles upon which the practice of Hahnemannian Homeopathy is based. Energy, as we understand it, is of a three-fold form, spiritual, dynamic and physical. In …

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