Whenever we are about to try a new type of medication we usually have lots of questions regarding it. Let’s take a look at the most asked questions about Homeopathy Medicines.

The basic difference between Homeopathy and Allopath is that the former is a modern form of medicine whereas the latter is an ancient form of medication.

Where Allopath aims at curing the infection of the unwell part/organ of the patients, Homeopathy aims at curing the entire body.


“Homeopathy is way considered best when it comes to safe and sound treatment as it is devoid of any kind side effects or after as in and  as in Ayurveda where you need many sessions to cure the disease. Though they all do the same job to eliminating the root cause of the disease but Homeopathy heals with ease and eliminates other root causes to make to fit and healthy.”

Homeopathic remedies do not have any adverse effects. After taking homoeopathic remedies, you may get a cold, a rash, or a little amount of discharge. This indicates that the system is clearing. Similarly, earlier symptoms such as constipation, warts, or any type of skin rash may reappear. Do not use any medication to address these reappearing old symptoms because they will fade away in a short time and you will be well for a long time.

Yes. It is usually preferable to take homoeopathic remedies prescribed by a licensed homoeopathic physician. If the treatment is properly arranged, both the mother and the kid will profit greatly. The youngster will be lot healthier, and the drugs will aid in the treatment of inherited ailments that are passed down through generations. In reality, if homoeopathy is used during pregnancy, the delivery will be more normal and straightforward. The child will be healthier and more emotionally balanced, as well as academically and physically stronger.

Yes, it is safe!

Ever since homeopathic medicines began to be regulated, there have been very few cases of them being ineffective or toxic. And homeopathic medicines are prescribed by taking all your previous medical history, allergies and intolerances into consideration.

The word “Homeopathy” comes from the Greek words “Homoeos” and “Pathos” which mean “similar” and “suffering or disease” respectively. Homeopathy follows the axiom “similia similibus curentur” which means “let like be treated by likes”. It was a practice that was known to the world in earlier generations but it was Dr. Christian Fredrich Samuel Hahnemann who developed it into a branch of medical science in the 1790s.

The duration of the medicine intake depends on the severity of the disease and the quality of life of the patient. Research and findings indicate that homeopathic medical therapy may play a beneficial role in the long-term care of patients with chronic diseases.

There aren’t many food restrictions during homeopathic treatment but there’s a “half-an-hour-rule” which is, “do not eat or drink anything half an hour before and after taking the homeopathic medicines”. If you wish to take the medicines at 7PM then you should not consume anything from 6:30PM to 7PM, then take the medicine at 7PM and then do not consume anything till 7:30PM. As long as you’re following the half-an-hour-rule there aren’t many restrictions when you are under homeopathic medication. However for certain diseases, there are certain restrictions and your homeopath might ask you to avoid certain food for sometime.

Yes, homeopathy is based on  the philosophy of treating the whole person based on mind, body and life force relationship. In this concept, health is considered a perfect state of harmony of functions in mind –body –life force and illness is often the result of disharmony.

It is important to describe your mental state along with allergies and intolerances  to the homeopath during consultation so that the homeopath can prescribe medicines accordingly.