Is Homeopathy safe with other modes of treatment?
Yes. It is absolutely safe to continue medicines you are currently being prescribed. There is no harm in taking supplements or medications you are dependent on, during the course of the treatment. However, non-essential drugs may be weaned off or gradually discontinued as improvement sets in. (Please click here to view the Benefits of Homeopathy).
Does Homeopathy work on the placebo effect?
No. Though few critics would like to believe so, homeopathic medicines definitely have the ability to cure by producing a curative effect. Please refer to Ailments & Rx where majority of the cases are not functional derangements, they are reversed pathological or structural changes. The results and the duration in which they have been achieved can be attributed only to this curative effect.
Does homeopathy cure completely?
Yes. However our success rate depends on the extent to which structural or pathological changes have taken place and the nature of the disease. Refer to Ailments & Rx for in depth information about individual conditions.
What are the limitations of homeopathy?
Homeopathy is generally not recommended in cases where risk to life or the condition of the patient exists. Though you may take these medicines concomitantly with conventional medicines, you should avoid taking them at the cost of stopping essential life saving remedies. You should always consult your primary care physician before altering your treatment regimen.
Does homeopathy reverse structural changes?
Yes. A number of conditions mentioned in the Ailments & Rx list are structural changes and can be easily reverted back to normalcy. However gross pathological changes in our experience can only be palliated and symptomatic relief offered.
Will my condition recur?
After complete treatment ailments usually do not reoccur. However, certain difficult or stubborn cases like allergies, colds, IBS etc. or in other words conditions directly related to the environment, habits, hygiene, and mental well being could occasionally reoccur, however they generally do so with lesser frequency and intensity.
What is the duration of the treatment?
Majority of curable cases can be treated within 3 to 12 months, depending on the disease condition. It is practically impossible to predict a precise period as an individual’s response as well as the extent to which the condition has progressed varies significantly.