Homeopathic Medicine

Homeopathic medicine is a therapeutic modality that has its origins in the 18th and 19th centuries, created by the German position Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843). Hahnemann believed that treating a patient with an extremely diluted preparation of a substance, which in a healthy person causes symptoms similar to the ones suffer by the patient, brought about improvement in the symptoms and a cure for the illness to the sick patient

Homeopathic remedies are prepared by the serial dilution of the substance and by mixing it with a method known as succussion. Homeopathic remedies are present in such extremely dilute amounts that they have no pharmacological (or drug like) effect and therefore cannot do harm.

The remedies are administered a small pellets taken under the tongue, as liquid solutions or sprays and as sterile injectable solutions. One of the theories as to why homeopathy works is that it sends subtle but powerful messages to the immune system Lifeforce thereby increasing the patient's ability to fight off illness and to heal

Classical homeopathy physicians arrive at remedies after careful interviews with patients, which take into account the patient’s basic constitution, and both physical and psycho emotional symptoms. Homeopathic remedies are usually administered, generally well tolerated, safe, and in our experience often very helpful

Bach Flower Remedies

Bach flower remedies are another form of homeopathic treatment. The remedies were developed by Dr. Edward Bach, an English physician and homeopath, in the 1930s from plants and flowers of his native in English countryside. He diluted flower material in a solution of water and brandy. He claimed the remedy is contained the “energetic signature” of the flower and that signature can be transmitted to the patient. These remedies are used primarily for emotional and spiritual conditions, such as depression, anxiety, insomnia and stress.