FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Every human being (baby, child, woman or man) suffering from an acute or chronic disease. Homeopathy treats ill persons and not illnesses.

The consultation takes about two hours. During this time, the patient talks about his specific physical complaints but also about the emotional and mental aspects of his personality in general. All physical and emotional aspects are reviewed in order to understand the whole symptomatic picture. Symptoms which seem “not related” to the specific complaint may be the clue for the correct remedy.

In Homoeopathy we do not have medicines for specific symptoms or organs such as the head, the nose, the ears, etc. We give one single medicine treating the patient as a whole with the goal to remove all his symptoms. There is no medicine for any particular disease but there is a medicine for the patient who is suffering from the disease. A single remedy is chosen on the basis of a holistic approach which treats different complaints of the same person.

When the interview is over all relevant symptoms are processed into a computerized homeopathic program and the homeopath analyzes the results and chooses the most suitable remedy for the patient.

A short period of aggravating symptoms followed by an increase of general energy, better quality of sleep and a gradual improvement of the main symptoms.

Remedies are prepared from mineral, vegetable and animal substances through a process in which the active component (the energy) is released.

No they can not: Homeopathic medicines are energy. They are prepared by serial dilutions until they contain no actual material substance.

It is a myth that homoeopathy is slow acting. Homoeopathy is in fact fast acting in acute conditions such as fever, diarrhoea, vomiting, etc. In most cases patients come with a long history of chronic illness therefore the treatment takes time depending on how long they have been suffering. 

Acupuncture and homeopathy are ‘energy’ therapies. As such they could have counterproductive affects thus it is not advised to pursue both at the same time.

Certain remedies are sensitive to the effects of coffee. However, many people can tolerate a moderate amount of coffee and have no difficulty with drinking one cup a day. Some people are sensitive to it and find their nervous systems over stimulated by even a moderate amount. In this case their vitality and their general healing responses will be affected.

If you find that the effect of tea is similar to coffee then it is wise to take only moderate amounts or stop entirely.

It is generally inadvisable to use aspirin or paracetamol to suppress a fever. Fevers are one of the body’s self-healing mechanisms and actually help your body to fight infections.