What is it?
Homeopathy operates under the principal of “like cures like”. This form of medicine focuses on triggering the body’s natural ability to heal. It does so by matching a remedy with symptoms specific to the patient. Homeopathic remedies are immensly diluted medicines that stimulate a healing response within the body. These small concentrations lead to a response in which the remedy will cure the condition it would otherwise cause in larger doses. Unlike conventional medications, homeopathics don’t chemically alter the body so they are safe for pregnant women, infants, children and the elderly.
How does it work?
Homeopathy can be truly curative by helping the body understand the dysfunction and address it at its core level. It is a form of bringing awareness to the body. When looking in the mirror and noticing, for example, dirt on your face you automatically wipe it away. You have now become aware of the problem and are addressing it. Similarly to homeopathy, the minute substances allows the body to recognize the issue and work to resolve it. This is when healing begins.
Not every person with eczema, anxiety, gastrointestinal distress, etc will receive the same treatment. Every person experience these conditions differently and through our thorough homeopathic intake we discover your experience and are able to find a remedy unique to you.
What to Expect from Homeopathic Treatment?
A homeopathic intake is unlike a regular medical intake, it looks in depth at personality, behaviors, and personal tendencies. This allows the correct remedy to be matched to the patient.
Depending on the history of the illness will determine the timeline of healing. Throughout the healing process various remedies might be indicated depending on how the individual’s healing progresses.
Conditions it can treat:
- Acute and Chronic Pain
- Anxiety or Depression
- ADD or ADHD
- Brain fog/Cognitive decline
- Common Childhood issues (Coughs, ear aches, rashes, tummy aches, focus issues, tantrums)
- Menstrual Irregularities (painful menses, heavy menses)
- Migraines or headaches
- Neurological issues (Numbness and tingling, Bell’s Palsy, MS, ALS)
- Rashes or hives
- Respiratory Issues (Asthma, Bronchitis, COPD)