What is Homeopathy?

photos-aroma2Homeopathy is an effective and safe system of medicine that increasing numbers of people are turning to as part of their health care management. Homeopathy has been practiced for nearly 250 years and is based on the idea of ‘like cures like’.
For example if you chop an onion you might get a runny nose and smarting eyes – these symptoms are common to hayfever sufferers and can be treated with the remedy Allium Cepia (Red Onion).

What are Homeopathic Remedies?

Remedies are made from natural sources and tested on healthy volunteers. They are non-addictive, non-toxic and, unlike conventional drugs, have no side effects.

Are they safe?

Homeopathic remedies do not interfere with conventional medications and it is safe to take both at the same time. Since only a minute amount of the active ingredient is used in a specially prepared form, remedies are safe for everyone to use including babies, pregnant women and the elderly.

What does Homeopathy treat?

Homeopathy treats the whole person and not just a symptom or disease and recognises that individuals suffer illness in different ways – this means that for the same condition two people may require completely different remedies.. It therefore has the potential to treat a wide range of physical, psychological and emotional problems. Rather than killing off the bacteria or viruses, homeopathic remedies make the body stronger so that it can fight by itself, enhancing the body’s own immune system.

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