Was established as a system of medicine in Western Europe by Samuel Hahnemann over 200 years ago. It is based on the use of highly diluted (potentised) substances and the understanding that ‘like cures like’, which means that there is a direct relationship between you, your symptoms and the medicine (remedy) prescribed.

As a result homeopathy emphasises the consideration of you as an individual and your symptoms as a unique expression of yourself.

Homeopathy takes a holistic approach, in which your complaint is not isolated from your overall make-up or from you as a person. This means that emotional states (for example grief, anxiety) as well as chronic physical conditions are considered in the homeopathic approach.

The theory behind the homeopathic method stipulates that symptoms – whether mental, emotional or physical – are not superficially dealt with. The aim is to affect the root of the disruption in your well-being, as well as the tendencies of your system to produce a certain range of symptoms.





True medical art is that cogitative pursuit which devolves upon the higher human spirit, free deliberation, and the selecting intellect which decides according to well-founded reasons.