Homeopathy Safe Natural Treatment for Parasites
Homeopathy – A Safe Natural Treatment for Parasites and Intestinal Worms
Homeopathy recognizes that everybody has a natural healing ability within them. Homeopathic medicine is given in very minute quantities to stimulate the natural healing process of the body. Natural remedies have been used for hundreds of years to eliminate parasites from the body. Homeopathy provides a safe natural treatment for parasites and intestinal worms. Homeopathy is gentle without some of the harsh side effects of prescription drugs. By bringing the body back into balance, the conditions that allow the parasites to exist will no longer be present.
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy has been in practice for over two hundred years. It is more widely known in Europe, and is starting to gain more acceptance in North America. Homeopathic remedies are natural. Homeopathy is a holistic system of medicine that assists the body with its natural tendency to heal itself. The definition of holistic is: “concerned with the whole rather than analysis or separation into parts”. Homeopathy works in balance with our immune system. Some conventional medicines work the opposite way. Cough medicine is an example of this, working by suppressing the cough reflex which is our body's way of trying to clear the lungs. As a holistic system, homeopathy addresses the cause, not the symptoms of illness or disease. Homeopathic remedies are highly diluted making them gentle and safe for children as well as adults.
Homeopathic medicines that may be prescribed by your homeopath to treat parasites and intestinal worms
- Cuprum Muriaticum
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