Homeopathy is based on three principles: 1) The law of similars, a phenomenon first observed by Hippocrates; 2) The minimum dose, that sometimes includes ultra-dilute preparations; and 3) Individualized treatment, in which one patient’s experience of a condition takes precedence over the name of the disease. This is one of the biggest advantages of Homeopathy over any other system of medicine. Data from the survey were also used to determine whether vaccination was associated specifically with NDDs, a derived diagnostic category combining children with the diagnoses of learning disability, ASD and/or ADHD.
According to this theory there are three miasms which are responsible for all human disease, and homeopathic remedies are directed towards treating these offending miasms. As an adjunct to conventional medical treatment, professional homeopathic care is recommended for people who have been exposed (or think they have been exposed) to toxic substances.
As noted, because of the relatively small numbers of children with specific diagnoses, NDD was a derived variable combining children with a diagnosis of one or more of ASD, ADHD and a learning disability. The best way to ease their anxiety is to stop the bleeding as soon as possible.
A few small bottles of homeopathic medicines and three bottles of arnica oil, well known to be a quick healer, were bought for him. Nearly half of the homeopathic preparations were obtained by prescriptions from medical doctors or Heilpraktiker (non-medical practitioners) and used most often to treat certain self-limiting conditions.
An applicant may submit a PLA for a homeopathic medicine above 30 CH with a specific recommended use or purpose, if evidence is provided to support the safety of the proposed homeopathic potency. In other words, when animals were treated with a homeopathic dose that did not correspond to the toxic substance to which they were exposed, there was no benefit.