The two main reasons people give for using homeopathy is that it’s safe and it works. But what about those with a wheat or dairy intolerance – can they still use it?
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Q. How much of a remedy should I give? Here are the recommendations for big and little people but the bottom line is that any dose is considered non-toxic. Find out why.
Homeopathic remedies and conventional drugs work in different ways and at different levels. How does that affect the safety and progress of your treatment if both are taken together?
Yes … and there’s an easy way to do it. Rather than trying to drop a pill down the mouth of a wriggling fish, just medicate the water in which it swims.
Homeopaths are often asked if homeopathy will treat asthma, diabetes, ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis, or any one of a number of other diseases. So, what’s the answer?
Is it best to use pills or liquids when taking a homeopathic remedy? Both give good results, but one has an edge over the other – but which one?
Oh no! You just took a dose of your remedy and realised … it’s the wrong one! What should you do? First, stop panicking and second, check this answer for what is likely to happen.
A: Traditional homeopathic remedies don’t contain porcine (pig) components but potentised remedies prepared from healthy tissues and organs, might.
Q: Do homeopathic remedies contain alcohol? The answer is both yes and no. Find out why and what to do if you want your remedies to be alcohol free.