How fast homeopathic remedies can act?
Homeopathic medicines - synonymous as remedies - have been proven for nearly two hundred years to be safe and effective in treating ailments major and minor, acute and chronic, physical and emotional. Many rare and medically unexplained illnesses have been treated by homeopathy. Increasing immunity to prevent a person from diseases is also an important role played by Homeopathy.
As an initial consultation which is usually quite time taking and thorough, the homeopath needs to carefully examine and question the patient so that homeopath can build up a multidimensional scenario of the patient’s symptoms and to match one drug’s picture to find the best and appropriate remedy for that particular person.
The choice of the remedy is basically individualized; it depends not only on the physical symptoms of the patient but various other factors, such as the person’s emotional, mental and constitutional make up, as well as the modalities that either adversely or favorably affect each symptom, are taken into consideration before choosing the appropriate remedy for that individual.
Although rapid results can be achieved, particularly in minor disorders, a more gradual improvement is usually expected in major diseases and in patients with low vitality (can be as a result of the previous illness or use of alternative drugs). How long the person is to be treated by homeopathy for a chronic problem depends on the length of time they have suffered from the disorder, its natural and based on the reaction of the individual to the disease.
Homeopathy have played a comforting role even in incurable diseases, such as cancer, to provide comfort to the patient up to an extent without major side effects that are often encountered with conventional medicines. Homeopathic drugs have been very helpful in various common pediatric diseases. For children who did not respond satisfactorily from treatment, or had undesirable side effects from conventional medicines, prescribed by pediatric allergist, pediatric pulmonologist, pediatric gastroenterologist, pediatric dermatologist, pediatric otolaryngologist, or other specialists for conditions such as seasonal allergies/high fever, chronic infant/childhood eczema, recurrent boils, recurrent staph dermatitis, psoriasis, bronchial asthma, constipation, infant colic, chronic diarrhea, unexplained urticaria, chronic unexplained cough, chronic rhino-sinusitis, recurrent upper respiratory tract infections associated with ear infection/wheezing, etc, homeopathy treatment should be considered after learning more about homeopathy.