Two main reasons people give for using homeopathy is that it’s safe, and that it works. But what about those with a wheat or dairy intolerance – can they still use remedies?
Learn the different ways homeopathic remedies are prepared and packaged, the difference between sugar pills and liquids, and how to use either of them.
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. Which one and why?
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Drug-based painkillers have side-effects and may be addictive ... but not homeopathics. One study showed homeopathy to be as effective as Diclofenac.
Did you know you can extend the life of your homeopathic pills by turning them into liquid remedies? Doing this also has several treatment benefits. Find out what and how
Homeopathy is a system of medicine that heals through the transfer of energetic information rather than chemicals. The sugar pills or liquids used are just the carriers for this information. […]
The homeopathic remedy, Arsenicum album (Ars.) 6C, is a safe and effective cockroach repellent. Unlike other commercial products, Arsenicum album has no toxic ingredients to harm you, your plants or […]