Homeopathic medicine has been practiced in the US for well over a century but currently is under attack by our FDA. Homeopathic medicine is not herbs, not supplements, not essential oils, and should not be confused with the term ‘holistic’. It is a system of medicine that is fundamentally different than conventional medicine. Allopathic medicine focuses on the suppression of symptoms whereas homeopathic medicine seeks to correct the underlying balance that caused the symptoms. Homeopathy achieves this by strengthening the body’s own defenses thereby allowing the body to heal itself.
The critics of homeopathic medicine claim there are no active ingredients in the remedy. They say it is just sugar. Recently, thanks to nanotechnology and the use of the advanced electron microscope, nanoparticles from the remedy can now be seen. What homeopathy has been saying have been there for the last 230 years. If you put a homeopathic remedy in a glass of water and pour it out, you can see the molecular structures left in the glass with the microscope. This is clear evidence. When someone tells me homeopathy is a hoax, I ask, “how do you explain the results seen when given to animals?” No placebo effect there! At the age of 79, my father began studying homeopathic medicine. He experienced very good results with many Georgetown customers that he counseled with. There is a reason the Queen and the Royal family have used homeopathic medicine for decades with success.
When using homeopathic remedies, please remember to take away from food, caffeine, garlic, and mint by at least 20 minutes. Also, do not touch pellets/tablets with your fingers or hand. This will reduce the effectiveness of the remedy. For additional information on homeopathic medicine, please go to the National Center for Homeopathy website or visit www.practicalhomeopathy.com or www.joettecalabrese.com. She offers excellent information. Remember, homeopathic remedies are safe and effective.