“There are moments when the clouds break open and free the horizon and we can see the distant mountains, that were previously hidden from us. The view is clear, and we feel that there is great fulfillment here.”
Pir Vilayat Khan
Natural remedies are growing in popularity. Also, the demand for homeopathy is constantly increasing, especially because, when properly applied, they have no side effects. Despite the popularity of the term “homeopathy”, many find it difficult to define it precisely or to distinguish it from phytotherapy. When following the principles of homeopathy, the healthy body is a system in balance, the diseased body a system in imbalance. Homeopathy as a stimulus and regulation therapy, gives the body the chance to recover this balance through its own means.
The term ‘homeopathy’ comes from the Greek language and can be translated as ‘similar suffering’. By this is meant that in homeopathy a disease is treated with a small amount of a natural substance which, when administered to healthy people in a larger dose, leads to symptoms similar to those characteristic of a particular disease. For instance, after taking a preparation of wild jasmine, fever and fatigue occur, typical flu symptoms. Thus, it is easy to understand that wild jasmine is used either alone or often as an important component in homeopathic flu remedies. This so-called “rule of similarity” (Lat: similia similibus curentur) is one of the three basic principles of homeopathy.
Homeopathy / Naturopathy
In my practice, I use both homoeopathy as a single agent and in complexes whose range of effects work well together, and can be used in combination with each other.
Homeopathy is part of experiential medicine. According to Hahnemann, in the tradition of classical homeopathic treatment only a single drug is used. When finding a remedy for a classical homeopathic treatment, a detailed homeopathic anamnesis precedes each treatment, in which the physical and mental symptoms of the patient are recorded. These symptoms need to be weighted.
In daily practice, it is often difficult to determine a highly individual symptomatology for the individual patient and therefore difficult to find the exact medication. There is often a mixture of symptoms attributable to different medicinal products.
This is how homeopathic complex remedies have developed.
The homoeopathic healing complex has also developed in this tradition. This made it possible to influence the respective disease in an organ-related and targeted manner.
As a result, the homeopathic complex is a stimulation and regulation therapy that promotes self-regulation / self-healing of the organism. The organism is involved because it strives to activate and support the body’s self-healing powers.
However, since healing takes place with the help of the body’s own regulatory mechanisms, it is necessary for the organism to be able to respond to such subtle stimuli. It becomes clear how important vital mechanisms are. In the case of a disorder, a stimulus can no longer be treated.
(from: holistic medicine system, ISO drugs)
Example: “Deficiencies in the body caused by malnutrition and being ill…”
Here is where other treatment methods find their place:
That’s why in my practice I also use: