Homeopathy according to WHO

Accordingly to WHO (World Health Organization), Homeopathy is the second most used form of complementary therapy after allopathy (conventional medicine) in the world.

While allopathy focus more on symptoms, Homeopathy strengthens the body vital force, stimulating your body natural ability to heal from inside out. It takes in considerations all aspects of your well-being, physically and emotionally, in a integrative manner. The job of the homeopath is to understand you as a whole, beyond your symptoms, reaching the root cause of unbalance.

Allopathy and Homeopathy are complementary to each other. Sometimes I see people so inspired about the results of homeopathy, that they decide to ditch all conventional medicine. As a professional in the area I truly believe there is a place and situation for each of them, combined or not, and both can save lives.

Author: Katia Martinho

I first came across homeopathy in 1998, during my training in veterinary medicine in Brazil. I developed and published scientific research in homeopathy, moving to England few years later where I carried on my studies and practiced for years until moving to USA in 2011. I am committed to support our community health and well being based on homeopathy, nutrition and educational workshops.

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