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Homeopathic Treatment

FAQ

Answers to most common questions

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Homeopathy is a holistic method of healing based on the Law of Similars, which states that a substance that has the ability to cause a set of symptoms in a healthy individual can cure those same symptoms in a sick person.

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Developed by a German physician, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, Homeopathy has been around for over 200 years.

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Homeopathic remedies are derived from plant, mineral, or animal sources.

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Homeopathy is safe for everyone, including babies, children, and pregnant women. Homeopathic preparations are diluted to such a degree that all toxicity of a substance they made out of has been removed and there are no unwanted side effects.

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 No, you can continue taking your medications while taking homeopathic remedies.

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Among the most common conditions that homeopathic treatment can be helpful with are some acute ( colds and flus, coughs, ear infection, bladder infection) as well as chronic conditions (asthma, arthritis, gastro-intestinal disorders, menstrual disorders, anxiety and depression), and so much more.

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The initial consultation might take sometimes up to an hour and a half. Your homeopathic practitioner will ask you a lot of questions, not only about your present health issues, but also about your health challenges in the past, as well as the illnesses that run in your family. Your homeopath will need to get an understanding of your mental, emotional and physical state, as well as some general information that will help to find the correct homeopathic remedy.

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If an acute complaint is being treated, you will start feeling better shortly after taking a few doses of the homeopathic remedy. In case of a chronic health issue, it might take some time before you can see an improvement. As chronic conditions develop gradually, they also require more time and commitment to cure.

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We encourage you to maintain a relationship with your medical practitioner. Homeopathy works beautifully side by side with conventional medical treatment, and we believe in combining our forces to bring you to your optimal health.

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No, unfortunately homeopathic treatment is not covered by health insurance.