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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 Undiagnosed Abdominal distress
R. Jackson
2007-10-23 14:27:44
4 months ago I began experiencing intermittent abdominal distress. Diahareia alternating with constipation, explosive gas, and occasional nausea. All symptoms were worse in the morning, but could flair anytime. 3 months ago, I awoke in the night with severe pain. Was finally able to get back to sleep, and when I woke up I felt fine. Approx 3 hrs later the pain returned and was so severe that I went to the hospital, was admitted, put on a morphine drip, not allowed to eat any food for 3 days, run every test you can imagine, and discharged with a DX of a virus. During this time I did not try remedies because I was too overwhelmed with the variation in symptoms to be able to determine a possible remedy. Over the week after hospital discharge, I became asymptomatic and have been fine till 3 days ago. The symptoms are starting to return subtly. In addition, it appears now that I am also getting a migrane, which I can get on occasion, but this one has not abated for 2 days which is unusual. As before, the symptoms are low level annoying, but very much as they were before. Emotionally, I am generally irritated right now. I am experiencing a lot of work stress, and at the moment have too much on my plate. I would appreciate the world going away for a week so I could get myself caught up. Doing a good job is important to me, so I am frustrated when time/events don't allow me to perform up to my standard. I would prefer to be alone. I am feeling warmer than usual. My eating is good, though I do tend to be reaching for more carb type things - bread, rice, etc. I'm not very interested in really flavorful food which is unusual for me. I am thirsty and reaching for a good amount of water and juice. I'm not overly tired, but I do feel an underlying sense of fatique. Hope this helps and I would be very grateful to any ideas for remedies that might abate these issues before they develop as previously mentioned.

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2007-10-25 11:31:37
Take Bryonia alba 30c three times a day for a week with carbo veg 30c together.
dr.mohan gune
2007-10-25 06:33:04
Dear mr.jakson,
it seems that you are catching infection fast try to avoid fried-spicy food
you may try with nux.vom. 6LM qid for 6 days
Anwer adil Khan
2007-10-24 22:00:44
Chamomila Q 15 Dros in colt water 4 time one day
and take biochemic salt Calcium Sulphate3x+Lali Phosphate3X +Natrun Sulphuricum3X 3 time 3 days.
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