Taking more than one remedy in homeopathy. Prescribing and repeating remedies without fear.
I love homeopathy, my work helping people and homeopathic remedies!I can only practice in the way that I do because I trust the remedies and I prescribe them with confidence.
I feel very confident in my work because I have a bag full of tools that serve my patients. I trust my approach and I am confident in my prescriptions.
I know what homeopathy can do!
That is why I wanted to talk about something that is really bothering me.
The myths in homeopathy!
You will hear it over and over again -
homoeopathy is about USING THE RIGHT REMEDY- choosing ONE SINGLE REMEDY to clear the symptoms.
Well, let me tell you that as a practitioner if this was the case I would not have a single patient!
In homeopathy, we have over 3000 remedies alone! It's not easy to choose between those remedies to find the perfect one with a one-hour consultation!
or if you are self prescribing in a severe acute where pain or distress has taken over your senses!
Realistically, do you really think this is possible?
I have a secret to share with you, there is no such thing! and I can tell you that because I have been trained in classical homeopathy and I am also a flexible homeopath. I can do both practical and classical, therefore, I can judge which one works best and when to use one or the other or a combination of both.
I speak by experience, not by dogma.
Hello! I am a homeopath working online via Zoom specialising in Skin+Immunity
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Cristina Villacorta is a homeopath dedicated to helping everyone to find better health with homeopathy from her clinic online worldwide via Zoom. She writes blogs aimed for people who want to self prescribe homeopathy to improve their health and also trying to understand homeopathy at a deeper level. To keep up with her posts, follow Cristina on Facebook, Pinterest and subscribe to her blog.
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