Friday, December 25, 2015

Homeopathy For Allergies

Homeopathy tries to cure conditions using very small dilutions in water or alcohol. A homeopathic practitioner looks at the whole body and will customize a treatment for each patient. The goal is to give the patient a extremely tiny amount of something that will mimic the illness and allow the bodies immune systems to develop and correct itself. You can also find many homeopathic cures in drugstores but these may not be as effective as cures custom designed for your body. Using homeopathy for allergies is a popular natural allergy remedy. Generally the treatment is done over a period of several months. The goal of homeopathy is to treat the patient not the disease.

Common Remedies
    Allium cepa
    Arsenicum album
    Ferrum phosphoricum

When taking homeopathy pellets you should avoid touching them as they could become anti-doted by something that you have touched. Pellets should be placed under the tongue and allowed to dissolve slowly. Drops should also be placed under the tongue as this is the quickest way into the bloodstream. Try and take the remedy at least 1 hour before or after a meal. The body should be at rest when you take the remedy. You may have a drink after a few minutes after taking the pellets but try and avoid strong over powering drinks like coffee or alcohol. Be sure and store remedies in a cool dark place away from sunlight and any electro-magnetic frequencies.

Side effects from homeopathy are rare due to the fact that the remedies are so diluted in water. In rare cases that side effects do occur it is most commonly caused from the remedy not being diluted enough. Conventional medicine does not embrace homeopathy and so far clinical studies of had mixed results on its effectiveness.


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