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Homeopathy is a natural type of medication utilized by more than 200 million individuals worldwide. It is effective to cure both acute and chronic conditions. The theory behind homeopathy is that 'like cures like'. In other words, a substance taken in little quantity will cure symptoms it causes if taken in much larger quantities. Homeopathy aids your own body to fight the disease by stimulating the body’s healing ability.

The theory originally discovered by Dr Samuel Hahnemann in 1796 has been tested experimentally and clinically for 200 years.

The medicine is prepared from natural substances through many cycles of dilutions (dissolving it in water repeatedly). The greater the dilution, the stronger the medication.

For further information, check out our Blog or British Homeopathy Association

Herbal remedies have been the foundation of health care through recorded history. Many modern drugs are derived from plants. Today herbs can be ideal complements to modern medicines. They make great natural self care choices for conditions you can safely treat yourself. There are also highly qualified herbal practitioners who can use herbs for personalised treatments.

What is the difference between herbal medicines and supplements?

Modern herbal medicines are registered by the government regulator in the UK and other European Member States for a wide range of conditions that are suitable for self-medication. Having formal medicines status means that they are also of assured quality – the manufacturer is held to account for delivering exactly what the label describes and for monitoring all safety questions that arise.

There are also herbs sold as food supplements, and some, like garlic and the spices are used in cooking anyway. However supplements are not produced to assured medicine standards and quality can vary. So there is more reason to look for reputable suppliers to obtain them. Members of the BHMA often produce both medicines and supplements and with their manufacturing licences will have strict quality controls in place on site for both types of product

Naturopaths recognise that health is more than the absence of disease; 
it is dependent upon a multitude of factors and is a reflection of a harmonious interaction with our environment. Good health means each individual has the capacity to live life to full potential, in body, mind and spirit. Naturopathy aims to increase the vitality of patients so that they can dispel disease by means of their own self-healing mechanism. Disease is seen as the body's response to challenges in the internal or external environment.

The fundamental principle of Naturopathy is the healing power of nature. Naturopathy is a healing system which places emphasis on health and how to promote it, rather than on disease and how to suppress it. Prevention is always preferable to cure. 

 
The General Naturopathic Council defines Naturopathy as a therapeutic system which, amongst other distinguishing features, has four principal hallmarks;
 
  •  It seeks to facilitate and promote the body's inherent physiological self-healing
  •  It recognizes the uniqueness of each patient
  •  It always attempts to establish and support the cause of a condition, not merely the end effect
  •  It requires an holistic approach, taking into consideration the inter-relationship of all organs and systems of the body, not just consideration of the local area or organ that may seem to be affected.
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