the more they dilute and succuss a remedy, the greater effect it seems to have on the body. Some homeopathic remedies are so diluted that not even a single molecule of the active agent remains in a solution
Experimenting on himself with the anti-malarial drug quinine, Hahnemann noticed that large doses of the medicine actually caused malaria-like symptoms, while smaller doses cured the symptoms
he law of similars, which holds that a substance that produces specific symptoms in healthy people cures those symptoms in sick people when given in highly diluted forms.
in 1831 when there was an outbreak of cholera. Hahnemann used homeopathic treatment with a 96% success rate, compared to the 41% of allopathic medicine.
Most homeopathic medicines are derived from plants , many are derived from chemicals and some are of animal origin . There are prepared mostly in alcohol by serial dilution method called potentization . On other hand most modern allopathic medicines are synthetic or modified natural compounds used in pure form . although classical allopathic medicines were also of plant origin …
plant, animal, or mineral substances–that have been treated to form mother tinctures or nonsoluble powders. Liquid extracts are then potentized, or increased in power, by a series of dilutions and succussions,
So many medicines, depending upon the symptom. Common remedy Rhus tox.
It helps with gas and other stomach problems.
Homeopathy is not exclusive and can be used along with conventional and complementary medical treatments. Anti-biotics should not be discontinued before completing the course and resorting to homeopathy medicine because otherwise the bacteria will be get resistant