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Different Styles Might be a Better way to Put It

 

You will possibly have heard of different 'types' or 'styles' of Homeopathy, amongst which are:

 

 

CLASSICAL HOMEOPATHY

 

The majority of homoeopaths in the U.K. are trained in this form of Homeopathy, including myself.  The central core of this approach is to use a single remedy as little as possible to obtain a resolution to their client’s problem and to return them to a state of ‘balance’.  We seek to find what is known as the patient's constitutional remedy, in the process clearing away other 'layers', such as inherited illnesses.

 

 

In the last two centuries, since Homeopathy was discovered and developed, the world has undergone dramatic changes, including the development of the petrochemical/drug industry, pollution, chemically-produced foodstuffs and chemical additives etc etc, literally ad nauseam.  Often, nowadays, many people have been seriously affected by such things as the 'doctor-drugs' they have been prescribed or are struggling under a very great 'toxic load', where they have been exposed to chemicals in their environment (such as some people suffering with M.E.-type illnesses, for example).  

 

 

We are all riddled with 100’s of chemicals in this polluted world.

 

As a result of organ-damage etc some of these people are either too sick or weak to respond to ordinary or Classical homeopathy.  

 

However, it is often possible to slowly return them to a state where they will finally respond to a 'single' remedy.  

 

Wherever possible, usually with the healthier patients, and where appropriate, I will employ the classical approach.

 

 

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