When, Why and Who Should Take Homeopathic Medicine
In my opinion everyone should be taking homeopathic medicine. Let me explain. There are homeopathic medicines for acute states! What does acute mean? Bad cough, a shock situation e.g. death in your family, broke a bone, had or will be having surgery, had or will be having dental work, UTI, kidney/bile stones etc.etc. There are also homeopathic medicines for health challenges such as asthma, ADD, ADHD, Parkinson’s, stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure, thyroid, low blood pressure, blood clots, anxiety, addictions, Alzheimer’s, Lyme disease, OCD, fears, delusions etc. etc. Would you like to be proactive and keep your body as healthy as possible? Homeopathic medicine can help. Life in general can take a tole on our health and wellness, stress, age, travel, work, school, just life. When life happens we get tired, our organs, systems and parts of the body get tired. Having a homeopathic consultation and taking your “constitutional medicine” helps to keep your body from getting fatigued and thus helping your body function more effectively. How often would you need to take your “constitutional medicine”? There is no one answer, we are all different and react to life differently and thus deplete the action of the homeopathic medicine differently. I can give you some examples. One patient during their very busy work time has to take their “constitutional medicine” about every 45 to 60 days. In the off season of their work, they take their “constitutional medicine” every 6 months or so. Normally homeopathic medicine cost about $8.00 per dose. All health challenges would benefit from homeopathic medicine. Again in my opinion no matter what stage of life you are in or what the health challenge homeopathic medicine can help. I have worked with patients coming to the end of their life and who needed palliative care. Homeopathic medicine helped them to have quality of life until the end and have it with a clear mind. In our family we have four generations on homeopathic medicine, both male and female.