Homeopathy is a living, dynamic science. Simply put, homeopathic medicines are the electro-magnetic transfer of extremely diluted ingredients. These medicines act to stimulate detox and the bodys own curative ability.
Homeopathy is a system of medicine based on the principle of ‘like cures like’. That means that a medicine capable of producing certain symptoms when taken by a healthy person, is capable of clearing an illness that displays similar symptoms. This principle is not a new discovery. The origin of the law is attributed to Hippocrates, ‘the father of medicine’, and further developed by the German physician and chemist Dr Samual Hahnemann 1755-1843.
Homeopathy discerns that the body has within a controlling and defending force (homeostasis). It is only when this resistant force is disturbed do we fall ill. Disease is thus not an affection of the parts but a disorder of the patient as a whole. Since one patient differs from another each requires a different medicine based on his/her individual symptoms and constitution.
It is possible the emphasis on disease, rather than on health, is what splits apart allopathic and homeopathic practice. Allopathic medicine deals directly with the chemical and structural components of the physical body. Homeopathic medicine deals indirectly with the chemistry and structure of the physical body by dealing directly with substance and energy at a subtle level. It deals with energy that can be strongly perturbed by the mental and emotional activity of individuals.
People of today want to gain back their lost health. The current shift toward an emphasis upon health and wholeness rather than upon disease, has enhanced the growing awareness and importance of the subtle influences, such as mental and emotional activity, that determine wellbeing.
During a homeopathic consultation in this clinic, a thorough case history is taken to be assured the best possible medicine and treatment is given, allowing the results you need.
Homeopathic medicines are progressional in their action and the results of your treatment is important to assess your progress. Encouraging professional support is always given.