Homoeopathy treats the "whole person" which means that two people presenting with the same complaint may receive a different medicine based on their individual symptoms
and emotional response to the illness.
As indicated previously, a wide range of both acute and chronic illnesses may benefit from homoeopathic medicine. Acute illnesses commonly prescribed for include: sports injuries, coughs, colds, diarrhoea, hay fever, travel sickness.
In-depth investigation is all important when taking a homoeopathic case. As well as asking about your symptoms, a homoeopathic practitioner will be interested in you as an individual and the unique way in which your symptoms affect you.
The Swiss Government recently published a report supporting complimentary medicine and, in particular homoeopathy, as well as the cost-effectiveness of CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) therapies.
Homoeopathic medicines can be given in the form of liquid, granules, powder or tablets and are designed to stimulate the body's natural healing response. Depending on your individual situation your homoeopathic practitioner will give you more specific directions for taking your medicine(s).
To access a good homoeopathic practitioner, check that they are registered with the Australian Register of Homoeopaths (ARoH). All AHA Professional members are registered with ARoH and abide by the register's Code of Conduct and Standards of Practice.
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Homœopathic 1st Aid Teaching Package
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Lists common first aid conditions and the indications for appropriate homœopathic medicines.
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Homoeopathy is now used worldwide, with a 200 year history of clinical experience. It is recognised by the World Health Organisation as a valid form of healthcare. Homoeopathy has legal recognition as an individual system of medicine in 42 countries and is recognized as a part of complementary and alternative medicine in 28 others.