I get asked variations of this question all the time from 'What is Homeopathy?', 'Does homeopathy Work?', 'What does a homeopath do?', ' What is a homeopathic consultation like?' and so on and so well let me explain.
Homeopathy is a holistic medicine, treating the whole person not just the symptoms of disease. It is a safe, effective, non-invasive and gentle form of treatment.
Homeopathy uses naturally occurring substances in the form of remedies which come from plants, minerals and the animal kingdom. For example we have remedies made from nettles, granite and even bee’s sting.
>Remedies are made in a homeopathic pharmacy where substances go through serial dilution which means they interact in a very gentle way with the body.
(This is only a sample of complaints, homeopathy can treat many more)
Homeopathy stimulates the body's ability to fight infection and susceptibility to disease. It strengthens the immune system and overall wellbeing. It is a completely natural way to get and stay healthy easing recurrent infections, behavioural difficulties.
Homeopathy is a system of medicine that uses naturally occurring substances in remedy format to stimulate the body's ability to overcome illness.
Over 40 million people in Europe have tried homeopathy and it's popularity is constantly growing.
Most private health insurance companies provide rebates for appointments with a Registered Homeopath (please refer to your policy details).
Homeopathic remedies are in common use in most homes today. Arnica is probably in most Irish Mother medicals kits. Echinacea is a common homeopathic remedy taken in tablet form for cold & flu symptoms. Rescue Remedy for exam and study pressure should be in every students bag.