Definition of Homeopathy

The concept of homeopathy was developed by Samuel Christian Hahnemann in 1808, a German physician and chemist. The term homeopathy comes from Greek homos (similar) and páthos (disease).
The definition currently accepted would be “therapeutic technique based on a thorough and rigorous clinical observation that leads to the prescription of homeopathic medicines whose indications come from a pharmacology based on an experimental finding that is similarity.” That is why it is considered to be the first medical system to try to systematically show the effects of each substance on the body. (White Paper on Homeopathy 2013).
Homeopathic medicine is characterized by its method of manufacture, which includes two essential stages and gives its activity: dilution of the original substance and serial agitation. The result is drugs with very little or no toxicity, and therapeutic effects that occur by stimulating the body’s own resources which in this way is strengthened.
For the patient
It is a safe drug.
It can be used by patients who are already taking other medicines, by pregnant women and children.
Involves the patient in the recovery process, helping him to become aware of his problem and to take responsibility for his self-care.
It may be given as an exclusive treatment, or supplemented with other drugs or interventions, or may be complementary to another main treatment, depending on the disease, the severity and the patient’s situation.


Floral therapy

What are Bach flowers?
It is a natural therapy for treating pathologies based on flower essences, which have more than positive effects on the health of people.
It is a global therapy as it treats the individual and not the disease or its symptoms. It takes into account the person’s health and mood, his personality and his way of dealing with problems.
Bach flowers are invaluable in balancing and preventing the onset of symptoms.
Some people think that it has a placebo effect, but it is also used in babies, animals, or even plants. transplanted).
We can use Bach flowers to fight stress, depression, anxiety, impatience, traumas, to reduce…
Benefits of floral therapy
They have no side effects.
No addictive children.
They are beneficial to animals and plants.
Suitable for all ages: Can be taken by newborns or the elderly.
They can be taken by pregnant women.
Bach flowers restore the balance of the individual