Homeopathy treatment or homoeopathy medicine is a medical system built on the principle that like cures like. It primarily uses potentised (extremely diluted) remedies to stimulate the body’s own healing functions. The word homeopathy comes from the Greek words homios (similar) and pathos (suffering), and the basis of the method is that like cures like. Homeopathy started to develop during the end of the 18th century, although some fundamental ideas have been known for a long time in Indian and Oriental Medicine. They have also been noted by historical medical personas like Hippocrates and Paracelsus.

Homeopathic herbal remedies or a homoeopathic remedy used in homeopathy are usually potentised, which means that they are diluted in several stages. Other remedies are used as well.
The theory behind the potentization is that the effectiveness of a remedy is inversely proportional to its main substance. The potency isn’t in the substance itself, but in its pattern, and the less there is of that substance the more powerful the pattern. This is explained by that energy is created and augmented through the rhythmic shaking of the solution when it is diluted.

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 Rheumatoid arthritis
charlie warner
2008-09-12 15:13:39
My mum has recently had a crippling flare-up her wrists, hands, neck and knees are the worst some days she has difficulty getting out of bed any suggestions?

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dr anwer kamal
2008-09-15 22:27:33
Dear jessiejiang
do anyone have in one tablet,capsule or liquid form anywhere.
have we astandard vegs etc, in pure and standard form from our unnatural feilds.
jessiejiang
2008-09-15 18:13:46
Hi, as i know taking ingredients below might be good for relieving from Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Flaxseed contains essential fatty acids which reduce inflammation. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that can help protect joints from the free radical damage. Niacin may assist in antioxidant functions and is needed for proper circulation. Selenium is an essential mineral which helps build antioxidant enzymes in the body. Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis may be Zinc deficient. Zinc is needed to boost immunity, and protect against free radicals. Copper acts as an anti-inflammatory agent needed to activate superoxide dismutase (SOD), an enzyme that protects joints from inflammation. Supplement with Manganese may increase SOD activity. Ginger may help indirectly to relieve pain by reducing inflammation and by lowering the body\\\\\\\'s level of natural pain-causing compounds. Betaine HCl is a source of hydrochloric acid, a naturally occurring chemical in the stomach that helps digest protein and hence reduce food-allergy reactions. Asian Ginseng and Licorice may relieve inflammation. Vitamin C is required for formation of connective tissue and skeletal system and it plays an important role in maintaining proper immune function. Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis may be partially deficient in Pantothenic Acid. Supplemental DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) has shown therapeutic benefits in patients with autoimmune disease, which causes inflammation of connective tissue, particularly joints. Bromelain is an enzyme that has anti-inflammatory properties.

Try googling natural treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis with nutritional supplements too, find a personalized health solution for yourself, and live happier and healthier.
dr anwer kamal
2008-09-13 22:19:59
Dear warner
give her Ammonium carb, lycopodium and mag phos 200c together in warm water three times a day and take care not to pose in cold wind and food producing air,
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