Much of western medicine is based on an allopathic approach. Allopathy
is the treatment of symptoms rather than the cause. Allopathy (per
Google) means... the treatment of disease by conventional means, i.e.,
with drugs having opposite effects on the symptoms.
The two flaws with the allopathic approach are:
#1: The cause is not fixed, thus the patient remains a patient. This
is good for the doctors but bad for the patients.
#2: Drugs, even though they are 'prescribed' are still drugs. The
side effects are often stepping stones for the administering of MORE
drugs. This also happens to be good for the doctors and bad for the
Homeopathy is the treatment of disease with a wholistic (treating the
body as a whole) and natural approach. Per Wikipedia: Homeopathy is
a medical system based on the belief that the body can cure itself.
Those who practice it use tiny amounts of natural substances, like
plants and minerals. They believe these stimulate the healing process.
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