Because it’s not possible to detect presence of homeopathic medicine in blood because of very minute presence of ingredients in medicine
The roots contain insulin, alkaloids, essential oil, flavonoids, glycosides, mucilage, polyacetylenes, resin, tannins, and volatile oil. The seeds are rich in vitamins A and B and essential fatty acids.
Homeopathy is generally a safe treatment, as it uses medicines in extremely diluted quantities, and there are usually minimal side effects. Its nontoxicity makes some consider it a good choice for the treatment of children.
Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was a German physician known as the “father of homeopathy” for his investigations into the way various substances can affect human physiology. His concept was that various ingested compounds cause illnesses, and that sufferers could be treated with compounds found to have similar effects. (see related link)
What was notable about the contribution of Swedish homeopath Nils Liljequist to the field of iridology in the 1800’s
Nils Liljequist worked independently of Dr. Ignatz von Peczely discovering iridology. He was the first to identify the effects of such drugs as iodine and quinine on the iris.
Treatment is ideally directed toward correcting the cause; however, the first aim is to prevent or treat dehydration and nutritional deficiencies.
A study released in 1999 indicated that blue-green algae contains polyunsaturated fatty acids that lower cholesterol.
1.It provides alternative to anti-biotics an steriods 2. No side effects 3. You need small doses for short duration of time not heavy doses whom you get addicted to
Sulphur and Nux Vomica
Sulfur is a common chemical element found in living cells and even proteins. It is not in itself toxic, but can become dangerous when made into sulfuric compound and then added to water to create sulfuric acid. Since it is a mineral, you should never consume pure sulfur.