homeopathy for families – what you need to know
Homeopathy for families has been around a long time and is a proven system of medicine so if you haven’t heard about it before or don’t know much about it – tighten your seat belts! You are in for a treat and a wonderful way to take care of your family’s everyday health needs cheaply and safely! Homeopathy is perfectly safe. This is because homeopathic medicines are made from a very small amount of the active ingredient. Two hundred years of practice, research and trials have proved the safety of this gentle system of medicine for both people and animals.
Homeopathy for families is gentle and non-addictive
Unlike some conventional drugs, homeopathy for families is non-addictive and has no dangerous side-effects. Homeopathy is safe to use for babies, children and pregnant or breastfeeding women, who are under the supervision of a homeopathic doctor.
How are homeopathic remedies made?
Homeopathic medicines are manufactured by repeatedly diluting and sucussing a preparation of the original substance. They are mainly made from plants and minerals. They are put in water and alcohol. After dilution the medicine is added to lactose tablets or pillules.
What are homeopathic remedies made of?
Homeopathic medicines are made mainly from plants and minerals which are highly diluted and then added to lactose tablets or pills.
Health issues commonly seen in a homeopathic clinic
Homeopathy for families will help these health issues as well as many others. Skin complaints whether localized or systemic, breathing issues, allergies, hormonal imbalances, anxiety issues, exhaustion issues, energy issues, chest issues, joint pains and issues, digestive troubles, headaches, liver and gall bladder issues, auto-immune challenges, focus issues for kids and neurological issues.
How does homeopathy for families work?
A homeopath is an alternative health care practitioner. Homeopathy involves treating imbalances in the body which lead to health problems, with the use of preparations known as remedies. It is always best to consult a professionally trained and certified homeopath. The requirements to practice homeopathy vary by state. Experience is an important part of deciding who to consult and whether they combine homeopathy with other modalities such as nutrition to encompass a holistic approach to health.
What to expect when you consult a professional homeopath
Homeopathy is an individualized system of healthcare. Homeopathy recognizes that each person is different. Small variations can influence how a remedy will act on each person. Be prepared for a long session when you consult with a homeopath.
He will spend a lengthy time interviewing you and establishing a profile which will be used in homeopathic treatment. After the interview the homeopath will determine what course of action is needed. The client may need a remedy, a combination of remedies or additional therapy which can be provided by the homeopath or another care provider. The homeopath will help the client ask better questions of their medical doctor. They can also better understand the benefits of a traditional medical treatment.
Long term benefits of establishing a relationship with a homeopath in your community
A family that has a family homeopath is a key benefit to their health plan. They can call the homeopath when someone in their family is ill. They will be able to get information on what health options they have. A homeopath is a trustworthy health provider. Traditional medicine has become less personal and more difficult to establish trusted relationships. The homeopath does not diagnose any condition but rather offers a holistic and friendly approach to healing. When your child is ill, it can be very comforting to have an experienced person to call to ask questions and determine what to do next and to encourage the body’s own innate sense of healing.
Kelway Health offers professional homeopathic consulting for families for every person no matter their state of health or age. You can learn about homeopathic nosodes here. Book your free phone consultation here or call us directly at 720.432.8211.