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Homoeopathic medicine is a new type of medicine that uses raw ingredients to stimulate the body’s natural healing process.

Homoeopathic treatments work by stimulating the body’s natural healing response through the use of raw substances known as medicinal herbs.

Homoeopathic treatments are generally considered safe when used by a qualified practitioner. However, like any treatment, it can have side effects or interactions with other medications.

The length of time it takes for homeopathic remedies to work can vary depending on the individual and their specific circumstances. Some people may improve in a few days, while others may need months of treatment.

Yes, homeopathic treatment can be added to conventional medicine. However, it is important to inform your healthcare provider about any new treatments you are using.

Homoeopathic flavourings work by stimulating the body’s natural healing processes. The fermented ingredients used in homeopathy are believed to stimulate the body to heal itself, by activating the immune system and providing the body with a defence mechanism against inherently the same.

Homoeopathic can be used to treat a wide range of diseases, including acute and chronic conditions. It can be particularly effective for conditions such as allergies, asthma, arthritis, digestive disorders, migraines, and skin problems. Homoeopathic can also be used as a complementary treatment alongside conventional medicine.

Homoeopathic medicines are generally considered safe and have no side effects. However, some people may experience mild reactions, such as increased symptoms, transient exacerbations of the condition, or mild allergic reactions to the medication itself. These reactions are usually short-lived and can be alleviated by dose reduction or switching to another medication.

Homoeopathic medicines are more diluted and work by stimulating the body’s natural healing processes, whereas allopathic medicines tend to be more potent and work by targeting the disease or symptom directly.