Power of Healing Nature


Quality and safety of Homeopathic remedies regulated by the

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and American Pharmacopoeia requirements.



  Natural: Native to the world and carry the power of elements and creation

  Gentle: Homeopathic remedies are so diluted that they do not have toxic effects

  Energetic : Once a remedy reaches a certain dilution, the healing power is purely energetic

  Safe: No adverse effects, not-toxic, non-addictive

  Compatible: Not known to interfere with conventional medications

 It is always advisable to let your Doctor know ifyou are using homeopathic approach

  Easy to Take: Prepared in the form of drops, or sugary pellets, dissolve quickly in the mouth, have great taste, loved by kids and adults

  Non-drowsy alternative for allergic hay fever conditions

  Obtainable without prescription for first aid and domestic use

  Approved by the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the US


  Supporting: Support the process of healing

  Balancing: Simulate body self –regulating mechanisms 

  Invigorating the body’s natural attempts to heal      

Preparation: Minute amounts of natural sources used for preparation of remedies: parts of plants (roots, leaves, bark, flowers etc), minerals, and to a lesser extent, animal and biological products that are native to the world and carry the power of elements and creation.

Potentization: is a process of preparation of Homeopathic remedies that enhances and arouses to activate the curative effect of latent and inherited properties of various substances. It includes a systematic process of dilutions and succussions of a material substance.  It acts to remove the presence of the actual physical material while retaining its dynamic, energetic vibration and increasing the sphere of its action. This process, developed by Samuel Hahnemann, dilutes out any trace of harmful elements from the original substance and energizes it through the process of succussions. Succussions of the diluted substance capture and transmit the energy of the original substance into the diluted, neutral matter (water and alcohol). Through this process, the energy of the original substance is retained, and each series of dilutions and succussions produces a more powerful and deeper acting medicine that is released as kinetic energy without toxicity.

Provings: Homeopathy advocates that only meticulously studied remedies should be used in practice Before the medicines can be prescribed, their curative powers are discovered by testing  on healthy volunteers of different age groups and constitutions and carefully noting emotional, mental and physical changes. This is called a ‘proving’. This information constitutes the basis for ‘like cures like’, for a medicine’s unique symptom picture must match an individual’s unique expression of illness, that is, the present and persisting symptoms of disease.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  Remedies derived from naturally occurring substances: Preparation designed to ensure that they will resonate and stimulate the core of the weakened life force, enabling it to become strengthened once again and allow the healing process to occur organically from within

  Preparation of soluble drug substances: like flowers leaves, roots, bark derived from vegetable kingdom requires careful selection, cleaning, chopping and soaking in alcohol. The solution is placed in a cool dark place for a number of days, so the maximum quantity of the drug substance is dissolved in alcohol. The residual is strained off and the saturated solution is called the Mother Tincture. It is further used for the preparation of higher potencies

  Metals or other not soluble compounds: Are triturated (grounded) in a mortar by a pestle for one hour with the sugar of milk. This becomes the first potency . For the next potency, one part of content mixed and triturated with 99 parts of sugar of milk.

Potency (strength of the remedy) is indicated on the package or vial.

There are 3 major scales used in Homeopathy:

  Centesimal (C) 1:100 dilution ratio (1part of Mother tincture / triturated substance diluted with 99 parts of solvent (water/alcohol mixture) and given 10 strong succussions. Examples: 6C, 12C, 30 C 200C

  Decimal (D or X) 1:10 dilution ratio( 1 part of Mother Tincture /Triturated substance diluted with 9 parts of solvent ( water /alcohol mixture) and given 10 strong sucussions). Examples: 3X, 12X, 30X

  ​​​​​​​Millesimal Scale (Q) 1: 50,000 dilution ratio (more complex preparation)

Remedies available in dry doses (pellets, globules, tablets), liquid form (alcohol and glycerin silver based), suppositories, ointments and jells

Remedy Repetition: The frequency of administration depends on the nature of the disease and the condition of the person. The higher the potency, the less often repetition is necessary. It is important to decrease the frequency and stop the remedy intake as soon as condition improved.

As a rule in most of Acute Cases low (6-12C) or medium (30C) potencies are indicated. One dose ( 2-3 pellets)repeated 4 times a day for 1 or 2 days at the end of which the state should be much improved.

If there is no improvement the remedy should be changed or other form of treatment considered.

When the symptoms seem more Acute, Severe and Alarming (asthma, traumatic accident), remedies may be repeated at the interval of 5-10 minutes with gradual decrease in intake with the improvement of symptoms.

In care for a Chronic complaint, remedies can be repeated once a week, once a month or once in two months, most likely in the different dosage.

Storage and Dispense of Homeopathic Remedies: Remedies can be taken in the dry form or diluted in water and succussed (shacked vigorously), stirred between each dose.

Important Rules of intake:

  Take remedies from the tube by pouring them to the cup and transferring the content to the mouth under the tongue. Plastic or glass spoons or vials can be used to assist with transfer. Allow remedy to melt in the mouth

  Keep remedies in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight, substances of high flavor, perfumes, aromatic substances, mint/menthol, and essential oils

  Keep remedies in the original containers

  Do not  touch remedies with hands

  Do not  to pick up and use remedies that slipped out of the vial

  Do not  to chew or swallow homeopathic pellets or pills

  Do not keep remedies on sunlight, heat or close to aromatic substances

  Do not repeat the remedy after the relief

  Do not keep remedies where children can reach as children may be highly attracted to sugary content


  Adults 2-3 pellets or 2-3 drops administered under the tongue

  Children 2-3 pellets or 2 -3 drops administered under the tongue or diluted in small amount of water if necessary for convenience.


Homeopathic remedies are potent energized substances can be effective after exposure to X-ray, working in conjunction with conventional drugs, after drinking coffee, alcohol and using recreational drugs ,using mint products and eating citrus fruits and pork ,but they will be more efficient in a clear and unobstructed field.

Remedy effect can be altered by:

  Food or Drink intake

  Do not take anything into the mouth 15-30 min before and after the intake of the remedy (drinking water before the remedy is acceptable).

  Refrain from eating pork, citrus fruits while taking homeopathy or at least for 2 days after the intake of the constitutional remedy as the effect of the remedy can be altered.

  Use of Caffeine and caffeine products: Try to avoid intake of caffeine products. Try to refrain from coffee at least 2 days after intake of the constitutional remedy.

  Camphor and camphor products, lip balms, cough lozenges, tiger balm or deep heat liniments, mint products, and essential oils, aromatic fumes (paint, ammonia, hair permanents, nail polish and remover, mothballs, etc.) should not be inhaled.

  Mint and mint products including mint containing toothpaste, gums, mouthwashes, menthol candies.

  Electric blankets (including heating pads) have been found to be detrimental to your health. It is best to avoid them altogether.

  Intense electromagnetic waves or radiation exposure.

  Prescription drugs, recreational drugs, alcohol and smoking can alter the action of the remedy and you may need to adjust the dose, by repeating the remedy more often.

Do not smoke/drink alcohol  30 min before and after the remedy intake

  Stress factors, mental/emotional shocks and dental work may require acute remedies, before resumption of chronic care.