Homeopathy Treatment – Medicines & Remedies
What is Homeopathy Treatment?
Homeopathy is one of the most familiar of the alternative therapies and is widely used alongside conventional medicine. The approach is holistic with the overall state of health with the patient, especially his or her psychological and emotional well-being, regarded as being highly significant. Homeopathy is a gentle therapy suitable for all age groups, and for many ailments and conditions, including those related to aging.
What is a Homeopathic Remedy and is it right for me?
A Homeopathic remedy must be suitable both for the symptoms, characteristics, and temperament of the patient. Hence two patients with the same illness may be offered different remedies suited to their individual natures. Likewise, one remedy may be used to treat different groups of symptoms or ailments. Homeopathic remedies are based on the concept that “like cures like”, an ancient philosophy that was revived in the 19th century. They are derived from plant, animal or mineral sources.
What medicines are used in Homeopathic treatments?
Substances used are first soaked in alcohol to extract their essential ingredients and to produce a solution called the ‘Mother Tincture’. This is then diluted several times with the more dilute remedies being held to have greater potency. The remedies are made into tablets or they may be used in the form of an ointment, solutions powders, suppositories etc.
Where can I receive more guidance about Homeopathic treatments?
Our Homeopathy clinic (The Cenacle Treatment Centre) is located at former St Mary’s Rectory, Stockport, next to Manchester and Cheshire, provides Homeopathic treatments along with many other alternative and complementary therapies. Our location is set in peaceful relaxing grounds, adding to the healing and calming atmosphere of our clinic.
The aim of our Homeopathy center is to focus a number of alternative health therapies under one roof, thereby offering a comprehensive range of treatments for clients in the North West region.
For further information, call us on 0161 483 9005 or complete an enquiry form and one of our friendly staff will be happy to help with your enquiry.