Definition of Homeopathy in English

Homeopathy refers to the therapeutic method which treats diseases with similar substances that cause in a healthy human the same disease.

Homeopathy was founded in 1805 by Samuel Hahneman, based on the “law of the like”, cited by Hippocrates in 450 BC According to this law, patients should be given the same substance that causes bad in small doses to avoid poisoning and stimulate the organic reaction.

With homeopathy you can treat acute diseases (flu, bruises, migraine), chronic (allergy, asthma, dermatitis, anxiety), infections (throat, ears, urinary), gradual care, obesity, sleep disorder, quitting smoking, sexual problems, among others.

Homeopathy is a holistic medicine, since it treats man as a whole, and not only the sum of its parts, since it points out that for a correct therapeutic treatment the different aspects of the person must be taken into account, and the environment as its energy and balance.

The homeopath is the doctor who is dedicated to the study and the profession of homeopathy, which must have as a requirement a university degree in medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, or pharmacy.

Unicist homeopathy

Unicist homeopathy is a natural medical therapy that involves analyzing the entire patient to procure the cause that causes the medical condition.

By virtue of the fact that each patient is different, the study of the same allows to elaborate the own medicine for him, which is elaborated one by one in order to obtain knowledge of which is the medicine that acted in the internal imbalance that generates the suffering of the patient, to restore harmony to the organism.

There are special cases in which several medications must be given to activate the curative action, generating some confusion when not knowing which of the medications had an effect on the individual.

Homeopathic Medications

Medicines are made based on substances extracted in nature (minerals, vegetables or animals), of which there is a prior knowledge of their healing potential through the experimentation of the healthy man.

The drugs are passed through the techniques of “dynamization” and “potentiation”, where the substance is diluted with alcohol or distilled water, and then it is strongly agitated by 10 hard blows against an elastic body, this process is known as “succussion”.

The doctor Hahnemann, at the beginning of his experiences in homeopathy, began diluting the medications, and in the trajectory I verified that the more they were diluted the more they minimized the undesirable reactions that the patient felt.

I also notice that diluting successively and stirring the substances with force, and several times achieved better results, thus reaching the minimum doses to avoid the toxicities of the substances, and increasing the healing potential.

Homeopaths use treatments called “nosodes”, taken from infected material or pathological products such as fecal, urinary and respiratory secretions, blood and tissues. For their part, homeopathic remedies prepared from healthy specimens are called “sarcodes.”

Homeopathy in Mexico

Mexico was the first country in the world to recognize the practice of homeopathy, published in the gazette by former President General Porfirio Díaz, on July 31, 1895.

Homeopathy, in Mexico, was introduced between 1849 and 1856 by Spanish doctors, most of them Catalan. However, this practice emerges instability in early 1918, which arises a struggle between various schools and persecution of homeopaths.

After 10 years, in 1951 “Association of Homeopathic Surgeons and Midwives of the AC Center” was created, and in 1960 the “Homeopathic Organization of Mexico AC” was created, allowing Mexico to position itself again internationally in the field of homeopathy.