What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a system of alternative medicine created in 1800’s by Samuel Hahnemann based on his doctrine of ‘like cures like’, whereby a substance that causes the symptoms of a disease in healthy people will cure similar symptoms in sick people. It is an alternative approach to medicine, which is safe, free from side effects, non-toxic, effective and derived from natural substances.
Establishing a strong rapport and connection during the consultation we build and strengthen our bond. This bond and connection is also a part in (and vital to) the patient’s’ healing process. After each consultation, I researches each patients individual symptoms and have helped treat anxiety, sleep disorders, depression, female issues, infertility, pregnancy ailments, eczema and skin conditions and childhood illnesses.
What are remedies made from and can such dilutions work?
Homeopathic remedies are derived from the animal, plant, mineral and vegetable kingdom. They are highly diluted substances that stimulate the bodies natural healing.
The concept that large amounts of a substance can be damaging in large quantities, but beneficial in small amounts is not new to science. This concept is referred to as hormesis. The highly diluted substances undergo vigorous shaking and there is research to show that new water structures are formed capturing the information from the original substance dissolved in water (1).
Are there any contra-indications when taking homeopathic remedies?
Homeopathy is safe to use along side any other types of medications, it is a non-toxic form of medicine. It works by stimulating the body response. It works with the body, and can be used throughout pregnancy and birth.
How long does treatment take?
Treatment takes into account the condition, characteristic symptoms and the duration of time the patient has been suffering for. Typically once a month of a minimum of 3 months is required. If it is for a more chronic conditions more sessions may be required.
(1) MontagnierL et al. Electromagnetic signals are produced by aqueous nanostructures derived from bacterial DNA sequences. Interdiscip Sci. 2009 Jun; 1 (2):81-90