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Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions on Homeopathic Medicine

Posted February 28, 2014

What is Homeopathy Anyway? Homeopathic medicine is a natural pharmaceutical science that uses various plants, minerals or animals in very small dose to stimulate the sick person’s natural defenses. The medicines are individually chosen for their ability to cause in overdose the similar symptoms the person is experiencing. “Homoios” in Greek means similar and “pathos” means disease or suffering.

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Homeopathic Medicines for Involuntary Urination

Posted January 24, 2014

Involuntary urination is ironically a problem experienced at both ends of a person’s life, both during infancy and aging. But while infants experience this problem because they haven’t yet learned how to control their bladder, older adults have difficulty with bladder control usually because of either urinary tract disease, nervous system dysfunction, allergic response, ruptured disk, or psychological stress.

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Homeopathic Treatment for Fibromyalgia

Posted December 17, 2013

Fibromyalgia is a syndrome which affects the soft tissues and the muscles. There are many symptoms of this disorder and some of them include fatigue, chronic muscle pain, sleep related problems, painful tender points and trigger points etc. These symptoms can be improved and reduced by using medication but there are other ways too of treating this syndrome and some of them include lifestyle changes, stress management and medications.

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Homeopathy for Blood Pressure

Posted November 8, 2013

What is Blood Pressure? Basically, blood pressure refers to the pressure created when the heart pumps out blood, which is essential in order to ensure that the blood reaches all the different parts and tissues of the body properly.

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Study demonstrates homeopathic Traumeel® as effective treatment option for musculoskeletal disorders

Posted September 3, 2013

A recent study shows that Traumeel®, a topical pain medicine made of 12 natural ingredients (out of 14 actives), is as effective as a current standard therapy, 1% diclofenac gel, in reducing pain and improving function in adults with ankle sprain injuries. The findings, from the Traumeel® in Acute Ankle Sprain Study (TAASS), were recently highlighted in the online International Journal of Clinical Practice as well as an issue of Current Medical Research and Opinion,[1] and first reported at the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) conference in June 2012.

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Homeopathic Medicines for Sports Injuries

Posted August 29, 2013

A growing number of professional athletes and weekend warriors are spelling relief H-O-M-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y. Although homeopathic medicines have a reputation of helping people who are suffering from chronic diseases, these natural medicines are wonderfully effective in treating common sports injuries.

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Modern Medicine vs. Homeopathy: How to Determine Your Needs

Posted July 29, 2013

There has been much debate about doctors who are using modern medicine versus homeopathy. Modern medicine has been proving over and over again that it can be used to cure severe illnesses and even some that have been considered incurable, like cancer. Homeopathic practitioners however, also have proven that homeopathic remedies can cure many illnesses as well. The question is, how do you determine your needs when it comes to the medical treatment that you need?

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Ten Common Homeopathic Medicines

Posted June 29, 2013

If you wish to experiment with homeopathic medicines, here are ten medicines that are used for common ailments. These medicines should be taken in the 6th or 30th potency. Generally, if there is minor pain or discomfort, you should take the medicine three times a day, stopping once health has been restored. If there is more severe the pain, you can consider taking the medicine every one to three hours, decreasing the doses as symptoms are reduced.

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First Aid with Homeopathic Medicines

Posted May 28, 2013

It is initially startling but ultimately logical to learn that homeopaths use stinging nettle (Urtica urens) to treat people with first or second degree burns. Of course, a homeopath would not recommend actually touching a stinging nettle plant to the burned area. Instead, a homeopath would give a specially prepared, non-toxic dose of stinging nettle. Since stinging nettle causes a burn when exposed to it in toxic dose, it also helps heal burns when taken in small non-toxic dose.

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Painkiller usage reduced by 50 percent with homeopathy

Posted May 8, 2013

The front page lead story of the Los Angeles Times on March 30, 2013, highlighted the significant increase in deaths as a result of painkillers (Glover and Girion, 2013). The good news is that there are alternatives to painkillers and safer treatments that can reduce their usage. Homeopathic Medicines to the Rescue.

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