Introduction to Homoeopathy

Homeopathy is presently the 2nd largest system of medicine in the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). It was discovered by a German scientist Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, and has been verified clinically for 200 years. Homeopathy treatment is natural, safe, gentle and effective. In India, over 100 million people depend on homeopathy for health issues.

Homeopathy today is a rapidly growing system and is being practiced almost all over the world. In India it has become a household name due the safety of its pills and gentleness of its cure. A rough study states that about 10% of the Indian population solely depend Homeopathy for their health care needs and is considered as the second most popular system of medicine in the Country.

It is more than a century and a half now that Homeopathy is being practised in India. It has blended so well into the roots and traditions of the country that it has been recognised as one of the National System of Medicine and plays a very important role in providing health care to a large number of people. Its strength lies in its evident effectiveness as it takes a holistic approach towards the sick individual through promotion of inner balance at mental, emotional, spiritual and physical levels.

suffering.Homoeopathy simply means treating diseases with remedies, prescribed in minute doses, which are capable of producing symptoms similar to the disease when taken by healthy people.It is based on the natural law of healing- "Similia Similibus Curantur” which means"likes are cured by likes”.It was given a scientific basis by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann ( 1755-1843) in the early 19th century.It has been serving suffering humanity for over two centuries and has withstood the upheavals of time and has emerged as a time tested therapy, for the scientific principles propounded by Hahnemann are natural and well proven and continue to be followed with success even today.

Diseases Cured

Homeopathy cures both acute and chronic illnesses across age groups.