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n. pl. ho·me·op·a·thies
A system for treating disease based on the administration of minute doses of a drug that in massive amounts produces symptoms in healthy individuals similar to those of the disease itself.

ho′me·o·path′ (-ə-păth′), ho′me·op′a·thist n.
ho′me·o·path′ic adj.
ho′me·o·path′i·cal·ly adv.
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Lachesis 200 C homeopathically was most helpful for symptoms of nervousness; excitability; great loquacity; rambling; frequently jumping from one subject to another; delusions of thinking himself under superhuman control; feeling pursued, hated, and despised; fears going to sleep; having no desire to mix with the world; insane jealousy and suspicion; and feeling full of poison.
It is apparently a well-engineered research paper and at first glance useful and potentially instructive in validating or invalidating, or at minimum shedding light (placebo, remedy, psychological intervention or some combination), on the positive response that has been noted anecdotally when children with ADHD are treated homeopathically.
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Anyone who's experienced physical contact with this plant will have a clear idea why it's used homeopathically for burns.
You affect things homeopathically when you participate in culture or a conversation.
Communism stood not only for cold and fear, but also for a prolonged drought of true stories: truth was dribbled homeopathically into certain molds from which it had to be extracted carefully, like drops of a strong essence in soft flasks.
At the same time, statistics collected from Connecticut of over 6,600 cases of Spanish Flu treated homeopathically showed a mortality rate of less than 1%.
When an organic cow becomes sick our farmers are encouraged to treat it homeopathically first and only use antibiotics as a last resort.
I live organically, homeopathically, grow food indoors and outdoors, have animals around--two cats, many outdoor wild friends--distill my own water, grow sprouts, make my own nut milks, cook from scratch, knit, sew, and recently returned to analogue music (what joy
And with its subdued, cod-Oriental landscapes, it represents an almost homeopathically diluted and naturalised form of the Chinese martial arts fashion that was revived in Hollywood with the arrival of Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in 2000.
48) A substance that has been diluted and succussed according to the detailed instructions in the ORGANON is known as a homeopathic remedy, although any substance diluted or not can be used homeopathically or--according to the law of similars--to treat disease.