rajboms on 2005-12-09
the two work on a differing basis.
From a homeopathic point of view allopathy "cures" symptoms.
But in doing this it simply displaces the problem to someplace within the body --- it does NOT NOT , sole the problem that gives rise to the symptoms.
Only suppresses them -- possibly giving rise to chronic incurable conditions.
I have tried to be as clear as possible,
walkin last decade
Walkin's is the homeopathic opinion, and if you're talking about self limiting conditions then, absolutely - take homeopathy only.
If you're dealing with anything serious, such as cancer, diabetes, etc, then quiting the allopathic medicine could have serious consequences for you. What people often do is take homeopathic meds to deal with the side effects of, for example, chemotherapy.
monza last decade
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