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  • What is Homeopathy?
    In a nutshell, Homeopathy is a gentle, complete system of natural medicine. Patients are treated as a whole, not only for the medical complaint they present with. Homeopaths observe that homeopathic medicines appear to stimulate the individual's natural ability to self-heal and reduce the intensity of presenting symptoms. For further information, please refer to the section Homeopathy on this website.
  • What are Homeopathic Remedies?
    The "medicines" used in homeopathy are called remedies. Homeopathic remedies are highly diluted quantities of substances derived from a variety of plants, minerals and other materials. They are specifically prescribed to suit the patient and their individual needs. They are prepared in licensed laboratories under strict control.
  • How Are Homeopathic Remedies Different from Conventional Medicine?
    Conventional medicine usually relies on your physical symptoms without addressing the underlying imbalance in your body, then uses drugs to stop or suppress your symptoms, often leading to further side effects. In contrast, homeopathic remedies work on the whole picture of your symptoms and aims to get to the root cause to restore your balance.
  • Can Homeopathic Remedies Alongside Conventional Medicine?
    Yes, homeopathic medicines can also be prescribed while taking conventional medication. As the body returns to health, you may feel like decreasing your drug intake; however, you are not advised to stop taking any prescribed medicine without seeking the guidance and support of your doctor first.
  • Is It Safe?
    Most definitely! Homeopathy is a safe yet dynamic therapy, that is both effective and easy to administer. The medicines are given in either sucrose pills or in liquid form and may be safely taken with conventional medicines. Homeopathy can be used from birth onwards and is also safe to use in pregnancy.
  • How Many Consultations Do I Need?
    This really depends on each individual and their presenting condition. While for some patients the initial problem may be resolved with the first treatment, others may need several consultations and prescriptions to ensure that they are fully supported towards better health.
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