Homoeopathy basics
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The most important basics:

Homoeopathy is based on the fact that a substance which causes certain symptoms on a healthy person, may cure or ease the same symptoms of a sick person (law of similarity). To find a similar drug, it is necessary to interview the patient overall and thoroughly. Only hereby it can be assured that a full consitency of the symptoms of the patient and the symptoms of the drug becomes noticeabe. The drug is strongly diluted (potentiated) and most often given in form of globules - small pellets. By the potentiation the secondary effects of the original substance is strongly decreased of not completely lost. In addition, the wanted effect of the drug is increased.

A homoeopathic therapy can be used in every acute or chronic illnes in principle. In addition it is applicable in every age, from a baby to a senior. The limits of this therapy are for example severe structural damages or loss of function of an organ.

The phrase "illness" is defined differently in homoeopathy, from the way it is understood commonly. Homoeopathy assumes that an illness is not a problem of only a certain organ or organic system, but is caused by a problem of the whole organism, including the area of feelings and moods. Consequently, the person is treated a a whole, not only the symptom.

Homoeopathy was found by the german physician and pharmacist Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1834).

Homoeopathy was developed further, for example by the "new method" of Dr. Rajan Sankaran.

About Dr. Samuel Hahnemann and the history of Homoeopathy

New method of Dr. Rajan Sankaran