Homeopathy never goes against nature. It is a natural way of treatment, correlating modern sciences of immunology, embryology, physiology, genetics etc. with the basic principles of homeopathy.
Homeopathy does not treat the ‘disease’, but treats the individual who has the disease. The state of the patient’s body and mind are considered together when prescribing homeopathic remedies. Every individual is a different person; the way one person feels about his/her illness or pain is different from the feelings of another person suffering from the same disease. The patient’s disease is studied by taking into consideration his/her physical symptoms and likes, dislikes, lifestyle, etc
Homeopathy does not suppress symptoms and is not a crude or harsh method of treatment. Homeopathic medicines are mild and gentle, and are prepared from plants, minerals, moonlight, magnets, animal extracts etc. These preparations are dispensed in lactose powder and globules (which are prepared from goat’s milk), or water, or alcohol.
History of Homeopathy
Homeopathy originated in Germany in 1794. Dr Samuel Hahnemann founded this branch of medicine and is known as the father of Homeopathy. Over years, it has spread worldwide. In today’s era, homeopathy is one of the safest choice for curing illness.
How homeopathy medicines are prepared
The principle of homeopathy is similia similibus curantur, ‘like treats like’. Medicines are prepared from plants, minerals, etc. They are then potentised (diluted by a specific method). These preparations are then dispensed in lactose powder and globules (which are prepared from goat’s milk), or water, or alcohol.