Who is a homeopath and what kind of diseases does he treat?
Homeopathic preparations in the body do not accumulate, do not cause allergies and practically do not give side effects. These therapeutic agents in their composition contain various minerals, chemical compounds, metals, medicinal plants, products of animal origin and even ultra-small doses of toxins.
When a homoeopathic remedy is recommended in a pharmacy (hinting at its naturalness and harmlessness), a real homeopath considers it a profanation and a violation of the basic principles of this therapeutic technique.
When should I go to a homeopath?
As practice shows, in the first place, you should go to a homeopath when all the possibilities of traditional therapy are exhausted, and the disease does not recede. And, as the homeopaths themselves say, often they are treated by patients who have lost all hope of a cure. Sometimes this visit is too late because of the irreversibility of pathological processes. And then a hopelessly sick person can hear: "Well, why did not you come to a homeopath before, because we could help you ..."
Since homeopathic preparations do not cause allergies, you should contact the homeopath when it comes to the health of children, pregnant women and people prone to allergic reactions, including drugs. Since homeopathic treatment involves a change in the state of health for the better, it is particularly appropriate to use for the treatment of children with reduced immunity, which often get sick.