Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a therapeutic method developed by Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician of the early nineteenth century, who restores health through the administration of homeopathic medicines, selected individually according to the therapeutic law

The law that establishes that a substance capable of producing a certain symptomatology (when experienced in healthy individuals) is also able to cure it in the patients, administering it in minimal doses.

Homeopathic treatment is generally indicated for any disease and at any time of life, either as an exclusive treatment or as a complement to other therapies.

The goal of homeopathic treatment is to achieve the patient’s overall healing (not just his illness), by stimulating the natural process of each person. Its effectiveness is backed by the more than 200 years of clinical experience of homeopathic physicians worldwide and the development of conclusive scientific studies.