What is homeopathy?

What is homeopathy?

Homeopathy is a gentle, non-invasive, holistic and comprehensive system of medicine that uses small doses of natural substances to help the body heal itself.

The remedies are non-toxic, non addictive and do not interfere with other medical treatment. It can be used during pregnancy, is suitable for any age groups from babies to the elderly and is particularly effective for children.

When prescribed appropriately homeopathy can help to improve or resolve virtually any ailment including acute, recurrent, severe and long-term health problems that may be physical, mental or emotional.

Homeopathy is holistic because it treats the whole person, aiming towards dealing with the root cause of the ailments and not just the surface symptoms.

Since its introduction 200 years ago millions of people have successfully used homeopathy. It is widely practiced in Europe, Asia, Africa and America and enjoys Royal Patronage in the UK.