You may have heard of homeopathy or know someone who swears by it. With so many differing opinions on the matter, we decided to dive a little deeper into the world of homeopathy, what it is, and if it could be right for you.
Perhaps a topic that will raise some controversy. We’ll be discussing the good, the bad and the ugly of homeopathy with an expert in the field, Dr. Joseph Kepo’o.
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So why dilute it at all? Well, as you dilute the herbs, it creates more of a potent remedy without the negative side effects that you otherwise would get. Many vaccines are actually modeled after this same idea! So, it is what makes homeopathy so amazing that is also what critics choose to attack.
One of the advantages of having a scientific mind and working in homeopathy is knowing the difference between the good and the bad stuff out there.
Two large-scale companies Dr. Joe works with are Deseret Biologicals, based in Utah and Physica Energetics, which is located in Oregon. They run their products through a series of practices to make sure everything is sanitary and pure. The products are then put through a potentizing process that energizes the substance. They have the resources to run tests on their products as well as the patients they treat and have seen incredible results.
Do they actually work?
First off, we should say that homeopathy is like supplementation or drugs in that not everything will work the same way for everyone. There is specialized technology that is used to prescribe the proper homeopathic remedies. This equipment is used along with the understanding and discretion of the doctor prescribing it.
-Homeopathic vitamins are another thing that is not quite convincing in doing everything they say they will do.
At the end of the day, the only way to measure whether someones homeopathic is working is to apply it in a clinical setting and see the results that happen with the patient.
There is current legislation intended to regulate the homeopathic industry. Within the last ten years, there has been a spike in people not using homeopathic the way that they should. With the new legislation, the FDA and the United States Government will be able to make sure practices stay safe and use homeopathy the way it should be.
Homeopathy is a fairly inexpensive alternative that just may help your situation if you would give it a chance. It may be wise to take an agnostic stance on homeopathic treatments and see how you respond to them.
If you are one who is looking to take advantage of it and avoid those things that would waste your money, follow this advice: Be open to it, find a good doctor who uses it themselves, then give it a shot.
Note that this information is presented as educational in nature and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure or prevent any disease.