What is Homeopathy?

Homeopathic medicine, a therapeutic medical science treats any human being with highly diluted or triturated remedies sourced from mineral, animal and plant kingdoms. A remedy’s characteristic symptoms are matched with the diseased symptoms of a human body either given in a pill form or dissolved in water to be taken orally.

Homeopathy, from Greek homeo means similar and pathos means suffering. This is based on a natural law Similia Similibus Curentur – likes are cured by likes. The Homeopathic law states that any mineral, animal and plant source capable of producing morbid symptoms in the healthy body will remove similar symptoms, when occurring in an ailing body. Homeopathic remedies given in minute doses are non-toxic and have no known side effects. Only one remedy is administered at one time – no mixing or alternation of remedies is allowed. This gives a message to an ailing human body and the sickness leaves.

People and Allopathic Doctors Ask How Homeopathic Remedies Work

These minute Homeopathic doses give a message to immune system by raising opsonic index, the fighting ability of any immune system. Opsonins are any of various proteins (as complement or antibodies) that bind to foreign particles and microorganisms (as bacteria) making them more susceptible to the action of phagocytes – a cell (as a white blood cell) that engulfs and consumes foreign material (as microorganisms) and debris.

Quantum human, plant and animal life has answer to many ailments. That is a subject for my continued series of blogs.

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Declaration Of The Homeopathic Doctrine

The cure of the sick is most easily, mildly, and permanently effected by medicines that are  themselves capable of producing in a healthy person morbid symptoms similar to those of the sick.

The changed and morbid conditions of tissues and organs are results of a dynamic disturbance, and not the cause of the disease.

The totality of the symptoms, subjective and objective, is the sole indication for the choice of the remedy.

The only proper way to ascertain the sick making properties of medicines is to prove them on the healthy.

In order to secure the best possible practical results, medicines must be administered singly, and in a dose just sufficient to cure.

And local treatment of all kinds in non-surgical cases, is not only unnecessary, but is apt to change the location of the disease, and induce dangerous complications, and never permanently cures.