How does homeopathy work?
What is homeopathic medicine?
Homeopathy was invented at the end of the 18th century in Germany.
It is a complement to conventional medicine.
It is based on the concept that if a substance causes symptoms in a healthy person, tiny doses of that substance can treat those symptoms.
Homeopathic medicines are based on a substance which can be:
This strain is then diluted many times: this is the homeopathic dilution, which is expressed in CH or DH.
In the final solution, almost nothing of the original substance remains. However, its information remains.
It is usually presented in pill form.
How does homeopathy work?
The homeopathic doctor selects remedies according to the patient’s symptoms.
The highly diluted strains have almost disappeared from the final homeopathic treatment.
What remains is the memory of the active substance.
Homeopathy is based on the memory of water: water retains the information of what it has been exposed to.
A homeopathic remedy contains information, which can help cure a disease.
The information contained in a pill is equivalent to taking a small amount of the strain.
Example: Quinquina bark in high doses causes a fever in a healthy individual. However, in homeopathic doses it helps to treat malaria.
In short, an energy imprint can have the same effects as the original product.
Is homeopathy effective?
Many people attribute the effectiveness of homeopathy to the placebo effect, as they do not understand the principle.
Scientists argue that a medicine without an active ingredient cannot have any effect on the body.
However, homeopathic medicines are energetic remedies.
Homeopaths who work by experience can achieve satisfactory results.
Moreover, the placebo effect can indeed play a role.
On the other hand, if one uses the tools of radiesthesia to know exactly which remedy to take and in what dose, then yes homeopathy can be effective.
It all depends on the intuitive reliability.
Homoeopathy is known for the following conditions:
- Sleep disorders.
However, in cases of illness, it is more effective to explore the emotional causes.
Homeopathy can then be used as a supplement to help the body recover, once the emotional wounds have healed.
Most homeopathic remedies are so diluted that there are no side effects.
The energetic body takes what is necessary: if the vibration is not useful, it does not use it.
Homeopathy based on animals or chemicals should be avoided.
A homeopathic remedy is not a substitute for medical treatment.
What are the benefits of homeopathy?
Homeopathic medicines contain an infinitesimal amount of a strain, from which they inherit vibratory information.
Homeopathy can be effective if intuition is used, to help get better once the emotional causes have been explored.