What is homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a form of alternative health care that uses specially prepared pellet or liquid remedies made from natural substances to stimulate your body’s innate healing intelligence and support your overall well-being.  The homeopath’s goal is to find the remedy whose curative qualities exactly match the total picture of your state — physical, mental, and emotional — so prescriptions are highly individualized. Two people who have an identical diagnosis from a conventional doctor might receive two very different remedies from a homeopath.  Another way to say this is that homeopathy treats the person, not the disease.

Remedy choices are based on the principle of “like cures like.”  A simple example is the remedy made from wild onion, which is used for allergic conditions with symptoms of watering, burning eyes similar to those experienced by a person slicing onions.  Because remedies are highly diluted, they do not produce the kinds of negative side effects that a person can sometimes experience when using conventional drugs.

What conditions can homeopathy address?
Homeopathy is effective for almost any ailment, mental or physical, including conditions for which conventional medicine has few curative options, such as persistent skin conditions, allergies, arthritis, depression, and menopausal and menstrual difficulties.  Homeopathy is effective for both people and animals.


Nan Wishner C. Hom.

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