What is homeopathy and homeopathic remedies?

Homeopathy is a holistic treatment that uses diluted substances to initiate healing process within the person.
Homeopathic remedies have been used for more than 200 years and they are manufactured in strict accordance with the Homeopathic Pharmakopea and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
The active ingredients in homeopathic medicines include diluted extracts of plants, animals and minerals.

Is there any scientific research on homeopathy?

Recently an increasing number of scientific studies on homeopathy are being conducted and published in peer -review journals.
Clinical research is providing evidence of the efficacy of homeopathic remedies. Variety of laboratory research is confirming the biological activity of highly diluted substances which helps the scientific community better understand their mechanism of action.

Do homeopathic remedies have any side effects and do they interact with conventional medicines and diet supplements?

Homeopathic remedies have a low risk of side effects and no contraindications. They can be safely taken with other conventional medications and diet supplements and they might be taken to complement other treatments.

Is homeopathy safe for babies, children and pregnant or breast-feeding women?

The most advantageous time of life to encounter homeopathy is actually during pregnancy and childbirth. During pregnancy woman becomes much more sensitive and aware of body’s needs. Homeopathy genuinely cures illness and used wisely provides a safe and effective form of treatment for all ages.

How to store and take homeopathic remedies ?

Storage: store away from strong light, great heat, and especially on strong odours or perfumes for example camphor, menthol, mothballs or carbolic soap. Store away from microwaves, DECT telephone base stations, mobile phones and electromagnetic fields such as transformers.

Taking your homeopathic remedies:
Take your homeopathic remedies onto clean mouth away (15-20 minutes before or after ) from food or drink (water is okay), tobacco smoke, toothpaste, mouth washes and confectionery. Solid remedies (pills, granules or tablets) put into remedy vial cap and then into the mouth and suck or chew. Liquid preparations can be taken directly on the tongue or put in small water and sipped. Pills and granules can also be dissolved in small water and sipped. Tablets can be crushed between 2 clean spoons and dissolved in small water.
Do not wash down the remedy with water.