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March 2013

Homeopathy treats the whole person

One of the basic differences between homeopathy and Western medicine is that it treats the whole person. This means that the case is taken, and a remedy is prescribed based on the unique combination of symptoms that that person has. Western medicine is based around treating a disease. If you have X condition, then X medications are prescribed. If you have multiple diseases, then more and more medication or procedures are recommended. In this way the person and their problems are divided. Each person may contain a multitude of diseases, each with their own treatment and side effects. Homeopathy treats the singular person, as a culmination of all of their symptoms. Without a diagnosis, Western medicine is unable to treat your issue. Many people suffer from symptoms only to have all of their tests come back with no unusual results from the lab. What happens when you feel miserable, but... Read more →