What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a medical science introduced by a German scientist Dr Samuel Hahnemann, MD, in 1796 and it has been in use all over Europe, the US, Australia, most parts of Asia, the middle and far East, and India. It is the most practiced Alternative System of Medicine in the world today, as per the World Health Organization (WHO).
Homeopathy works effectively especially for Chronic and Recurring diseases. Homeopathy is also effective in acute diseases. However, it is not the best suitable for critical conditions.
Homeopathy is strongly recommended for chronic and reducing diseases such as auto-immune diseases, skin diseases, allergies, various forms of arthritis, asthma, metabolic diseases, psychosomatic diseases, psychiatric disorders, hormonal diseases, cancers, and many more. homeopathy is not suggested for critical conditions such as severe infections, critical heart and brain diseases, accidental damages, etc.
Homeopathy stands out distinct as compared to other modes of treatment by its fundamental principles directed towards treating diseases at the root level, by addressing the multiple causative factors such as genetic, immunological, metabolic, hormonal, emotional and the like. As a result, the diseases are treated in totality rather than in parts or as entities separate from the 'whole' of the individual patient. In that sense, homeopathic science believes in the 'holistic' approach.
Interestingly, the homeopathic medicines are also prepared in such a sophisticated way that rather than using harsh chemicals for treating humans, homeopathy uses attenuated and 'potentized' medicine substances which are in the form of nanoparticles, which have been found to be effective in treating the diseases at a much deeper level.
And, needless to say, the homeopathic medicines are absolutely safe and free from adverse effects. They are safe for even new-born babies as well as during pregnancy, and for elderly patients.