Homeopathy is one of the therapeutic modalities in the field of complementary medicine

It is widespread in the world today
The physician's diagnostic and therapeutic approach is based on finding a disorder in the immune system of the glandular nervous system, or PNEI, that causes symptoms in various organs of the body

It is on this basis that a patient who presents to a physician with a specific complaint, such as a headache, will be thoroughly examined by a homeopath
All other symptoms in his other organs also underpin the diagnosis of central PNEI system disorder
The purpose of homeopathy is to stimulate the PNEI system to modulate its function

In homeopathy, no medication enters the homeopathic pharmacopoeia. Unless the toxicological reports of that drug have been reviewed first

And in addition, in safe conditions, the drug is tested on healthy people
This makes the physiological effects of a drug on a healthy person well known to any drug
Digoxin may be the best example to explain the similarity principle
It is one of the most widely used medicines in the treatment of heart failure patients in traditional medicine

It has been well known over the years
Toxicology reports indicate that the most common complication of digoxin poisoning is impaired cardiac conduction

Digoxin is prescribed for a patient with heart failure who has impaired cardiac conduction
And the same medication improves the guidance of the heart and the patient's guidance network
This is a homeopathic treatment, though the drug is not prescribed by a homeopath
And digoxin is a common medicine pharmacopoeia

Also use acetaminophen to treat fever
One of the important symptoms of acetaminophen poisoning is hyperthermia or elevated body temperature

And in medicine, acetaminophen is used to treat a patient with fever

It is also a homeopathic remedy. Therefore, although acetaminophen is classified as an antipyretic drug, its use as a homeopathic fever treatment

The question of similarity is not far-fetched, and in traditional medicine many drugs do so
It is important to note that in this discussion we mean clinical symptoms and cannot be generalized to mechanical changes

On this basis, it can be said that homeopathy is also used in traditional medicine

What are homeopathic remedies

What are the homeopathic drugs in response to the question
More than 2% of homeopathic remedies are of plant origin, about 2% of them are of mineral origin and about 2% of them are of animal origin
In homeopathy, drugs are diluted and empowered in a special way
The naturalness of the drugs and their high dilution have made homeopathic remedies not cause side effects

What are the clinical uses of homeopathy

Homeopathic doctors are trained to treat a wide range of conditions in primary care and specialized cases

In general, homeopaths are able to diagnose and treat patients using their medical knowledge, along with other medical and paramedical practitioners
And, where appropriate, refer their patients to the appropriate specialists

Therapists often treat patients with chronic problems that have not been adequately managed and treated by conventional medicine

Such as arthritis, allergies, autoimmune diseases, or non-life-threatening acute problems such as viral infections or minor trauma

Parents may take their children to homeopathic doctors for recurrent problems such as infections or allergies

Take antibiotics, corticosteroids, or other chronic treatments to avoid repeated use
It should be noted that the most widely used cold medicine in France is homeopathy