Homeopathy is an alternative practise that was created in the late 18th century by the German born physician Samuel Hahnemann and is based upon three principles: The Law of Similars, The Principle of the "Totality of Symptoms", and The Principle of the "Infinitesimal Dose". Hahnemann believed that the signs and symptoms in diseased individuals could be cured by the substance that evokes the very same signs and symptoms in healthy individuals; hence the Law of Similars. His second principle, The Principle of the "Totality of Symptoms", refers to taking into account not only each specific symptom that an individual is experiencing, but also the mental and spiritual aspects of the affected individual as each person will respond to homeopathic remedies in a different manner. Finally, The Principle of the "Infinitesimal Dose", is explained by homeopathic remedies containing very low doses of the active ingredients to ensure their safety and lack of side effects.
Homeopathic remedies are natural substances that are extracted from animals, plants, or minerals using a water-alcohol mixture and are then diluted until the desired concentration is achieved. Each dilution of the original mixture is based on 1/100 ratio and is expressed with the symbol of 1 CH (Hahnemannian centesimal). Therefore, a homeopathic remedy labelled as 2 CH is diluting the original mixture twice, resulting in a ten-thousand ratio dilution (1/10,000 = 1/100 x 1/100).
Homeopathic remedies are commonly used for teething, minor bumps and bruises, joint pain, etc. and are offered in a variety of formats such as pellets, tablets, or drops. However, there is a certain degree of controversy surrounding homeopathic remedies as some people feel that these remedies are simply the product of the placebo effect. However, other individuals strongly believe in the healing and spiritual powers of homeopathic remedies and that the principles are based on science, but the application of them is an art.
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