Homeopathy is reactive therapeutic method. Therefore its boundaries depend on the body responses According to the basic definitions of the method, homeopathic treatment is possible only if the following three conditions exist:
• Disease process is reversible.
• The patient is able to respond and his body can handle the response.
• There is a substance, which in healthy individual can cause “similar suffering” and in the patient causes healing process.
It also becomes clear that some diseases are beyond the scope of its action: severe acute illness, shock, requiring emergency medical intervention or classic surgery. Like the traditional therapy, homeopathy is not “a panacea” and cannot be effective in all diseases. It does not claim to cure anything. Its sphere of action is quite wide, but still limited. Basically, homeopathy is effective and recommended in cases where the body is able to fight the disease, mobilizing its own potential. Homeopathy remains powerless when the immune system is exhausted or extremely limited. For example, chronic diseases or illnesses in the acute stages, requiring emergency surgery or other specialized interventions are not curable with homeopathy. No conscientious doctor, homeopath will heal with homeopathy as meningitis, tuberculosis, cancer, myocardial infarction, or insulin dependent diabetes. In these cases, it can be used as a supplement (complement) to traditional treatments. In chronic diseases treated conservatively with allopathic drugs or surgery, homeopathy can be used as a complementary therapy, even in severe cases due to their pharmacological action and specific approach to the patient. This complementary effect helps for better tolerance to conventional treatments or in achieving optimum results from the allopathic medication at a lower dose. In many cases, it allows you to avoid side effects, cumulative effects.
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