Why Homeopathy?

Homeopathy is a safe, gentle, effective system of medicine that seeks to stimulate the body’s own natural healing capacity.

Conventional medicine typically views symptoms as something wrong and tries to suppress or eliminate them. By contrast, homeopathy considers symptoms the vocabulary of disease and the body’s attempt to restore balance, however uncomfortable the effort. The goal is to understand and treat the root cause of any problems, not to mask their existence.

Homeopathy looks at individuals, not diseases. For example, no two colds are alike. One may come on slowly and be runny; another may come on quickly and include a dry cough. In one, the person may be irritable and want to be left alone and in another, he or she will want comfort and company. A well-trained homeopath most likely will treat each cold with different remedies.

This healing system is based on the philosophy that the body, mind, and emotions are not separate entities, but fully integrated. The homeopath considers all aspects of a patient’s being – physical, emotional and mental – when seeking and prescribing a remedy.

1. Minimal Side Effects: Homeopathic remedies are highly diluted substances, This makes homeopathic treatments safe with minimal risk of side effects compared to conventional medications.

2. Cure for what ails you: In today’s day and age, there is a realization, a much awaited one, that cure for any disease is not just by popping some pills but by taking care of the overall health and state of the body, The famous motto of ‘Prevention is better than Cure’ is what the ideal people are looking onto. By consuming natural and organic food, by regular exercise or yoga or use of health supplements in day to day life. Homeopathy works on the principle of holistic approach and empowers the person’s own immunity.

3. Over-reliance on Pharmaceuticals: Critics argue that the modern healthcare system in India, like in many other countries, is heavily dependent on pharmaceuticals. This dependence is seen as promoting a profit-driven industry that may prioritize medication over lifestyle changes or preventive measures.

4. Natural and Non-Invasive: Homeopathic remedies are often derived from natural sources, such as plants and minerals. Homeopathy also is non-invasive, meaning it doesn’t involve surgeries or invasive procedures.