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What is homeopathy?

In use worldwide for over 200 years, homeopathy is recognized by the World Health Organization as the second largest therapeutic system in the world. Homeopathy is used with the goal of stimulating the immune system to recognize its own ability to heal. Each homeopathic prescription is customized to each individual client based upon his or her specific symptoms and personal level of health. Homeopathy is often recommended in conjunction with Neurofeedback and Frequency Specific Microcurrent.

How does it work?

Homeopathy is based upon two principles of medicine, "like cures like," and "the minimum dose." Your body has an automatic healing response. Symptoms are the body's way of taking action in response to illness. Homeopathic prescriptions are matched with each patient's unique expression of disease and act as a natural stimulus, increasing internal healing and pushing out illness. Because the homeopathic medicine stimulates the body's immune response, reminding the body that it can heal itself, only the minimum dose is administered. This helps prevent gross side effects commonly experienced in conventional medicine.

What are flower essences?

Flower essences are liquid extracts used, either alone or in combination with homeopathic remedies, to address profound issues of emotional well-being, soul development, and mind-body health. They are part of an emerging field of subtle energy medicine, which also includes homeopathy, acupuncture, therapeutic touch, and similar modalities.

What are the possible side effects?

Homeopathy and flower essences sometimes produce a detoxification reaction. Side-effects can include nausea, fatigue, a temporary increase in pain, and/or flu-like symptoms. Most side-effects are gone within 24 hours following treatment. Side-effects can be limited by drinking plenty of water, which helps the body flush out waste.

What can I expect?

Your particular response to Homeopathy and Flower essences cannot be predicted, nor can your outcome. Each patient's journey and response vary. Some patients experience great shifts and growth while others are slow and steady in their progress. Progress rarely follows a straightforward path, but often goes "up and down" with a general trend in the desired direction.  

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