Homeopathy, from Greek “homoeo” (meaning similar) and “pathos” (meaning suffering) is a system of medicine based on treating like with like. The same principle is widespread in mainstream medicine, the most notable examples being antidotes and vaccines. However, Homeopathy takes this premise a step further: if my symptoms produce an effect on me similar to a tarantula’s bite, then tarantula venom would be my homeopathic treatment, even though I’ve not actually been bitten by a tarantula.
The theory that like can be treated with like can be traced back as far Hypocrites (468 -377 BC), but it wasn’t until the work of Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) that the theory developed into a usable practice.
Founded by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in the 18th century, homeopathy works to promote optimal health for the entire individual on all levels: physical, mental and emotional.
Embracing those very same principles of nature and of natural healing found in other ancient therapeutics, homeopathy seeks to re-establish both balance and harmony to an individual’s health through the administration of specifically designed remedies. The sources of these remedies are all derived from naturally occurring substances. Through scientifically formulated methods, the preparation of these remedies is designed to ensure that they will resonate and stimulate the core of the weakened life force, thus enabling it to become strengthened once again and allow the healing process to occur organically from within.
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Mahatma Gandhi stated that “…homeopathy cures a larger percentage of cases than any other method of treatment”.
The resurgence of homeopathy in the last few decades is a testimony to both the historical efficacy of this renowned medical therapeutic as well as desire of people to obtain the best available treatment for themselves as whole beings on all levels. Homeopathy is the second most widely used system of medicine in the world. Its growth in popularity in the world has been around 25 to 50 percent a year throughout the last decade.
This success is fueled by several factors: Homeopathy is;
- Extremely effective. When the correct remedy is taken, results can be rapid, complete and permanent.
- Completely safe. Even babies and pregnant women can use Homeopathy without the danger of side effects. Homeopathic remedies can also be taken alongside other medication without producing unwanted side effects.