Nosodes are homeopathic remedies of inactivated micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses, or products of disease – fluids, discharge, or tissue. The homeopathic manufacturing process inactivates and removes dangerous source …
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Q. How much of a remedy should I give? Here are the recommendations for big and little people, and the reason why the size of dose is considered a minor variable during treatment.
Homeopathy works with any living thing which means the disease of fish also respond to it. Rather than trying to drop a pill down a wriggling fish’s mouth, though, do this.
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.
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?
A: Traditional homeopathic remedies don’t contain porcine (pig) components but potentised remedies prepared from healthy tissues and organs, might.
The active ingredients of remedies can’t be measured by weight so homeopathy turns to ancient Rome for a little help.
We’re often asked, “Can we pass our remedies through the airport x-ray machines or will they affect our remedies? Here’s the relevant research and our answer.
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 alcohol free.