Myths & Facts
Is Homoeopathic medicine act
No, time taken according to the depth of the disease.
Can Homoeopathy treat any
thing and every thing?
Like any other systems of medicine, Homoeopathy has its
Is Homoeopathy first
aggravates the disease and then improves?
It does not happen to all cases and always, if the
chosen remedy matches the patient’s need.
Are there any diet
restrictions while taking these medicines?
It is myth regarding restriction in diet like onion,
garlic, perfume, paan and tobacco. These medicines have
been used on patients who are habituated to coffee and
betel. IT ALWAYS ACTS. But with certain medicines when
given, such restrictions are must. Otherwise the action
may be nullified. Asking not to use paan, or cigarette
are on the other hand are safe and healthy restrictions.
Is it a fact that
Homoeopathic medicines have no side effects?
It is a fact that homoeopathic medicines have no side
effects. The homoeopathic remedy is chosen because it
matches as closely as possible with the totality of
symptoms of the patient.
Can the medicines be taken
safely during pregnancy?
The safety of homoeopathic medicines is well known,
still it is advised to take the opinion of a qualified
Homoeopathic doctor in such situation.
Are homoeopathic medicines
safe for children?
Yes, They can be given safely to even to the youngest
Can animals be treated with
Homoeopathy is as effective for animals as it is for
Can homoeopathic medicine be
taken with ordinary drugs?
Always follow your doctor’s advice as stopping some
medicine may be harmful and taking some other medicines
may also be detrimental.
Is Homoeopathy safe?
Homoeopathic medicines are not harmful because they are
so greatly diluted. They are safe, non-toxic and
non-addictive. They are prepared in laboratories
licensed by the Department of Health, to stringent
standards of quality.
The Homeopathy treatment is
determined after evaluation of the patient's case in a
great detail. The case-study is the most vital part of
the treatment, whereby various aspects of the patient's
life-style, personality, food-habits, emotional make-up,
personal and the family history are evaluated
appropriately to decide on the correct medication to