What do you think of, when you hear the words homeopathic medicines?

Safe, effective and natural way of healing the body. We all are in search to find a natural and safe system in medicine, to help aid in many health problems. Many patients have found homeopathy as one of the systems, which possesses the potential power to cure many illnesses with a gentle and non invasive approach.

 

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How are homeopathic medicines made?

Homeopathic medicines come in many forms, like pills, dilutions and mother tinctures. Several homeopathic medicines are made from a wide range of sources. Homeopathic medicines are derived from plants, vegetables, minerals, metals and also animal extracts. 75% of the medicines originate from different parts of plants like flowers, roots and leaves etc.    

 

Some of the properties present in the remedies may surprise many, but each remedy has a unique pattern to cure several health problems. The symptoms are correctly matched with the illness after it is carefully diagnosed by a homeopath. These remedies are made to stimulate the healing powers of the body using “Like cures like” theory.

 

The preparation of homeopathic medicines is  quite unique compared to other systems of medicine. Homeopathic remedies are carefully procured in a unique manner, which consist of various methods to reach its full potential and potency. These methods of preparing homeopathic medicines have been adapted from the traditional methods used by homeopaths since its discovery, but has evolved over time.

 

The process of making homeopathic medicine are:

  1. Raw materials are carefully selected before the process begins

  2. The raw materials go through a process of Trituration (grinded together) in a mortar and pestle which was the traditional way of doing it.But now,it is done by a mechanical device known as a ball mill. A ball mill is a cylindrical porcelain jar with a tight lid that contains the materials inside, which rotates and grinds the materials for several hours. The outcome leads to a fine mixture or powder at the end of this process.  

  3. The liquid potencies are prepared by dilution and succussion.

  4. Blank pellets are then added with liquid potencies.

  5. Drying of the medicated pellets is quite important to ensure they are dry and ready before it reaches its final stage.

  6. The medicines are finally packed into vials which are then dispensed to patients for various health problems.

 

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The raw materials which are used in preparing the homeopathic medicine are of the highest quality. In the  first stages of preparing the medicine, some of the substances are diluted and shaken. The dilution method gives the medicine the potency required in order to heal the illness successfully. Many dilutions or potencies are made depending upon the patient’s health problem. The practitioner then chooses whether to make a weaker or stronger dose depending on the specific health issue.

 

Homeopathic medicines are absolutely safe and non-toxic, preferred by men and women irrespective of age groups. Expecting mothers, babies, children and the elderly opt to use homeopathy due to a few limitations set by using western medicine. Homeopathy works on the mental, physical and emotional spheres of the body. It is paramount to discuss all of the symptoms with a doctor to ensure the correct remedy is chosen to cure the problem at hand to get the best results.

 

ABOUT DR. MANOJ’S HOMEOPATHY

Dr. Manojs Homeopathy is run by a team of highly talented homeopathic doctors headed by Dr. Manoj Kuriakose. All the doctors are well trained and capable enough to take care of the need of patients for all their ailments.

Dr. Manoj has developed his ‘unique preparation of homeopathic remedies’ which have are effective in treating numerous health conditions for patients world over.

 

Those wanting to consult Dr. Manoj can visit our clinic or get an online consultation through our website www.drmanoj.com which is designed to your comfort of having a consultation with the doctor, from any corner of the world.

 

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