Homeopathy is an age-old healing art that can be traced back to Biblical times. The basis of homeopathy is the principal that by exposing the body to an extremely diluted amount of a substance, a large and beneficial response can occur. The results, among many, can be a stronger immune response specifically towards a virus, or a healthier process of liver detoxification or a revival of the adrenal system. Homeopathy provides the necessary rhythm and pattern that the body can follow, like a dance, to restore the function of specific organs and entire systems.
Chiropractic and homeopathy are a perfect fit! Chiropractic, via subluxation correction, allows the nervous system, the master control system of the body, to maintain control and command of every cell in the body. As proper nerve communications are restored in the body with specific and corrective chiropractic adjustments, the body can begin to heal and restore itself to proper function. This can be a BIG JOB. (Think trying to clean out a room that has not been properly cleaned in 15 to 20 years.) This is where homeopathy fits in perfectly. Homeopathy helps make the process easier and smoother.
A form of muscle testing can be used to assist in finding what area the body is working on or what area the body would like help with. By using muscle testing and homeopathy we choose to trust the body and work with the process it has laid out for itself. The body knows the priority and order in which it should heal.
No, the homeopathics will not interfere with any type of medication. Homeopathics work at a different level than traditional medicine. They work at the level of triggering the body to recharge and heal on its own. There are no chemicals or substances that will bind with the medications or interfere with the chemical’s action.
Homeopathics do not have listed side effects the way medicines do. Each person’s response to each remedy is different. They help the body to heal, reset itself and detoxify. Depending on which area of the body is healing will depend on the symptoms the person may experience. They are typically short lived if present at all.