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There has always been a debate over the efficacy of the two disciplines of medicine. Should I resort to homeopathy, which is said to get to the root of the problem? Or do I choose conventional, which gives me instant relief and results?
Homeopathy is based on some core principles. A homeopathic practitioner follows a methodology of finding the root problem before giving the diagnosis. Homeopathy is not concerned with immediate results. It aims to achieve long-lasting or permanent results.
Conventional medicine is not based on any principles. It does not rest on any philosophies. It relies on lab tests, and efficacy.
Homeopathy concentrates on curing the person safely. It is very cognizant about the side effects of any chemical. That is why homeopathy uses natural herbs to make medicines. Homeopathic medicine will not invade and alter your system like how conventional medicine does. It does so slowly. It gets the body to accept it, and makes the body change its core constituents gradually over a period of time.
Unlike conventional medicine, homeopathic medicine is cost-effective. People who take homeopathic medicines achieve permanent results. While people taking conventional medicine only have temporary results.
Conventional medicine seeks to suppress symptoms to give relief to the patient. This is actually not a good thing to do. The body should be allowed to condition itself to any illness and develop immunity to it.
Homeopathy concentrates on this area. It builds the body’s immunity by giving the body core constituents to raise its immunity. When conventional medicine suppresses symptoms, it is actually making the body depend on the medicine more.