Homeopathy is a branch of complementary medicine which stimulates the natural energy of the patient, leading to self healing.
It is a form of treatment which has long been recognised in both human and veterinary medicine. Remedies are safe to use, do not have side effects (in the way that drugs so often do) and may be used alone or in conjunction with many orthodox treatment techniques.
Over 2000 remedies exist, primarily derived from the plant, mineral and animal kingdom. Homeopathic remedies are created from progressive dilution and agitation (known as potentisation) of the parent substance.
Remedies can take liquid, powder or tablet form, each containing “information” enabling the the vital energy to channel itself in the most effective way in response to a disease picture.
When Can Homeopathy Be Useful?
Homeopathy has the potential to be used in many different complaints and is especially useful in the following:
How Does Homeopathy Work?
Being a complementary method working with the body rather than manipulating it, homeopathy has much to offer in the control of disease.
As no drugs are used, there are no side effects and no milk or meat withdrawal periods are required – an important consideration for agriculture.
If you would like to find out more about the suitability of homeopathic treatment for your own pet, please talk to Janet Nuttall, a member of the Faculty of Homeopathy.
Please Call Us on 01435 864422 to make an appointment.