A. It’s a myth that there are no ‘side-effects’ with homeopathy. Here’s the lowdown on when and why they happen, and what they mean.
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“My husband can’t sleep at night unless he has a cup of coffee. I’ve told him it’s the homeopathic effect but he just laugh. Am I right?”
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A few years back – and maybe we should do it again – we invited people to tell us in 250 words or less why they loved homeopathy. Here are their stories.
“He experiments on healthy volunteers to uncover the symptoms a remedy causes because, based on the principle of ‘like cures like’, what a remedy causes it can also cure.”
Sandra would bloat as the day progressed. Her discomfort always worsened with breads and fatty foods. She was diagnosed as having IBS. Homeopathy made a big difference.
Continuing on from Part A, this tutorial explains the significance of different responses to a homeopathic remedy and what they mean for your treatment.