What is the treatment plan and process of treatment?
Homeopathy is a branch of alternative medicine based on the use of highly diluted substances that practitioners claim can cause the body to heal itself. It claims to treat the symptoms of a wide range of illnesses including allergies, asthma, eczema, hay fever, headaches, stress and respiratory infections. The cornerstone of homeopathic treatment is based on the Law Of Similar’s. It’s aim is to treat the whole person, taking into account personality, lifestyle and hereditary factors as well as the history of the disease.
Homeopathic remedies take an ingredient from a plant, animal or mineral and dilute it repeatedly with water. The theory is that water retains the memory of the original ingredient. Practitioners say the more dilutions there are, the stronger the remedy.
Critics say homeopathic treatments do nothing, putting people in danger as the delay getting conventional medical treatments. Supporters counter that it works on everything from headaches to cancer, even if they can’t explain why.
Homeopathy is not the replacement for conventional treatment of serious diseases and infections, but aims to help alleviate the symptoms of wide range of acute and chronic illnesses.
Homeopathic medicines can be in the form of liquid, granules, powder or tablets. Sometimes symptoms may temporary get worse before they get better. This aggravation of symptoms can be a part of the homeopathic treatment. However, you should tell your homeopath if you have these reactions.