Continuing on from Part A, this tutorial explains the significance of difference responses to a homeopathic remedy – and what they mean for your treatment
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Different people have different experiences following a homeopathic treatment. For some, the results are dramatic and profound; for others, changes are mild or unnoticeable.
The information you provide during your first appointment is used by your homeopath to choose the most appropriate remedy. It makes good sense to prepare beforehand.
A common question is, “How do I find a good homeopath?”. With many therapists including homeopathy as part of their treatments it has become increasingly hard to know.
How is homeopathy different to other therapies? We compare it to Bach flowers, tissue salts, herbs, and others to help explain the differences.
Marie was relieved that her menopausal symptoms had improved with homeopathy but past problems such as a hay fever had returned. Why?
Palliation or suppression gradually weakens vitality and leads to deteriorating health. Learn about the “direction of cure” and how to tell when deep healing is taking place
When unwell, our body tries to heal itself. Treatments either palliate or suppress its efforts, or stimulate a faster and stronger healing response. Which approach do you choose?
“It is useful to think of the Vital Force as a muscle … a sluggish Vital Force can be improved if exercised by repeated doses of a remedy.”