What Is Homeopathy?
The term ‘homeopathy’ comes from the Greek ‘homoios (similar) and ‘pathos’ (suffering or sickness). Homeopathy is a medication designed to stimulate the body's own healing processes in order to boost the immune system. Homeopathy is based upon the discovery that a substance in small doses may alleviate symptoms similar to those it causes at higher doses.
Thus, the two cornerstones of homeopathy are that "likes are cured by likes", and each homeopathic remedy is properly diluted to eliminate or minimize it's toxic effects. Homeopathy is the most prescribed form of natural medicine in Germany, and is practiced by conventional doctors and natural therapists alike. In fact, 80% of orthodox doctors in Germany prescribe this natural medicine for their patients. The efficacy and safety of homeopathy is supported by close to 100 clinical trials.
can cure a disorder, by producing symptoms
similar to those of the disorder.
Although the law of similars had already
been recognized as a healing principle
in ancient India, by the Greek Hippocrates,
and by the German
Paracelsus,--it was Samuel Hahnemann,
a German physician, who in 1790 tested
this principle and subsequently established
it as the basis of a system of natural
Info about animal homeopathy
Homeopathy is totally save, and has no side effects.