Homoeopathy is a safe, gentle and effective process that works with the body’s natural abilities to heal. The process helps relieve symptoms, restore the liveliness of the body and improve your overall health and well-being over time. The technique is safe for kids and pets because it doesn’t have any of the side effects associated with traditional medications. On the other hand, homoeopathy drugs are inexpensive, FDA-regulated and made from all-natural substances. The technique can be used to treat acute illnesses (ear infections, colds, sore throats, migraines) as well as chronic illnesses (depression, asthma, autism, arthritis).

Homoeopathy medications are usually known as “remedies.” They are made from natural ingredients such as minerals and plants – cruelty-free and environmentally-friendly because of this. Homoeopathy drugs are available over the counter most of the time – at health food stores, grocery stores, homoeopathic pharmacies, drug stores and online pharmacies. These remedies are safe for everyone when used as directed by a qualified health care provider – they are also extremely affordable and can be used by nursing and pregnant mothers too. Since the drugs are given in small doses, they don’t cause any unwanted side effects.

Most people confuse homoeopathy with herbal medicine or Chinese medicine since all these therapies use natural substances. But homoeopathy is not a general term for a variety of different therapies that use natural substances. In fact, homoeopathy is a unique therapeutic system that has its own advantages to the body. Anyone can learn to safely treat mild conditions at home using this effective therapy by completing a homeopathy course. But if the condition is severe or life-threatening, you should see a professional at all times.

The Difference Between Homoeopathy And Conventional Medicines

In nature, there is a law known as the “Law of Similars.” This natural law is that “like cures like” – a medicine can cure a patient if the same medicine can result in a similar sickness in a healthy individual. For example, your eyes might burn, water, and itch when you peel an onion. Most people begin to have a runny nose and sneeze under such circumstances. Since you have the same symptoms during an allergy attack or cold, a homoeopathic micro-dose of Allium cepa (red onion) can help your body heal itself effectively. This is the rule that is used in homoeopathy.

In homoeopathy, symptoms are regarded as a healthy attempt of the body to restore itself to balance. That is why a homoeopath would choose a remedy that supports the symptoms of the body rather than trying to suppress the symptoms. This is in contrast to conventional medicine where a hayfever or common cold sufferer is given an antihistamine to artificially dry up the watery eyes and runny nose. Such medications have their own side effects such as constipation and sleepiness. The correct dose of homoeopathic medications will help the sufferer become healthy without any side effects in the process.

On the other hand, homoeopathy recognises that each sufferer will exhibit his/her illness in a slightly different way. That is why two individuals with the same disease are not given the homoeopathic remedy. For instance, an individual with a common cold who is having a runny nose and watery eyes will be given a different remedy compared to another cold sufferer with dry eyes and a stopped up nose. In fact, homoeopathy doesn’t rely on the one-size-fits-all approach similar to conventional medicine. It will choose the remedy that matches the unique symptoms of the sufferer.

Conventional medicine will control the illness with medications. In fact, the symptoms would return when the medication is stopped. For example, the daily use of drugs for asthma will suppress the symptoms but not cure the underlying illness. Homoeopathy will give the right amount of “remedy” to stimulate the body’s own healing response. The technique will cure the illness so that the patient doesn’t require any medication in the long run.

Who Practices Homoeopathy?

There is a wide variety of healthcare professionals in the United Kingdom who practices homoeopathy. Some of them include naturopathic physicians, osteopaths, medical doctors, nurse practitioners, chiropractors, veterinarians, podiatrists, and professional homoeopaths. Any professional who can prescribe medicines like MDs, NDs and DOs can practise homoeopathy in the UK.

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