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ho·me·op·a·thy

 (hō′mē-ŏp′ə-thē)
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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It is also taken internally after diluting it homeopathically. Nowadays, the arnica montana is widely used as a homeopathic medicines all over the globe.
Homeopathically, the Pulsatilla picture is characterised by changeable symptoms.
* Wouldn't you be curious if you understood that the same single, natural remedy, when prepared homeopathically, often heals the physical, mental, and emotional problems that have persisted since childhood?
Patients with IC typically present to their primary care provider with complaints of recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) that have been self-treated, homeopathically treated, or medically treated without resolution.
The emissions skeleton out of the closet, he reiterated: "Today's Euro VI trucks and buses have only homeopathically low emissions - both in tests and in real-world operation.
Pace said homeopathic products are legally marketed in the United States when they contain active ingredients that are prepared homeopathically and labeled properly.
The theatre as an archaic experience of watching and surveillance originating between the self and the other functions, as a device of exorcism, control and objectification of the otherness' fantasies, the purification of passions (catharsis) homeopathically enabled within the theatrical representation also being a means of keeping the shadows of the unconscious away (individual, collective) and secure the borders of identity endangered by the intrusion of a fantasized otherness.
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.
Dr Shreya Deshpande, the founder of drshreya.com says, "It's an absolute privilege to have witnessed thousands of cures worldwide homeopathically. Our patients are our marketers; therefore we don't actually indulge ourselves in a large-scale online marketing.
Viscum preparations have experimentally also been applied intravenously [21] but the subcutaneous injection is the only licensed form of application (exempt from the homeopathically potentiated mistletoe extracts ABNOBAviscum D6 to D30).