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Treating rubella with homoeopathy

Rubella is a mild but contagious disease caused by a virus that especially affects children. Contagion occurs during an 11-day period or, to be more precise, between 5 and 6 days after the eruption. Congenital rubella is transmitted from the infected mother to the foetus during pregnancy. The risk of contamination is greatest during the first 3 months of gestation (90%) and gradually decreases until the fifth month (25%). Pregnant women that are infected present major risks of foetal congenital malformations, particularly during the early weeks of pregnancy. This is the reason why termination of pregnancy is often advocated from the moment that the rubella infection is confirmed. Read more …

Alleviating redness with homoeopathy

Redness is a temporary colouring of the face due to blood flow that causes the blood vessels to dilate. However, this may also include skin alterations, that come in the form of scarlet patches or spots. Redness may spread to all body parts and have multiple origins. Causes of redness include skin hypersensitivity, as well as external factors like the sun or the consumption of spices, alcohol and tobacco. Read more …

Treating measles with homoeopathy

Persistent in developing countries, measles is among the leading causes of infant mortality. Indeed, it kills nearly one million children every year worldwide. This contagious disease caused by a paramyxovirus of the genus Morbillivirus and is especially deadly in Africa and in some developing countries in Asia and in the Americas. The onset of this disease if favoured by several factors such as malnutrition among children younger than three, malaria and other related affections. Read more …

Treating rhinophyma with homoeopathy

Rhinophyma is a descriptive term for a large, bulbous, ruddy appearance of the nose caused by granulomatous infiltration, commonly due to untreated rosacea. Mainly due to hypertrophy of the skin tissue and sebaceous glands of the nose, this disease most frequently affects men that are between the ages of 30 and 50. Indeed, the development of sebaceous glands and the thickening of the skin are accompanied by a significant proliferation of blood capillaries, which result in swelling of the nose. Those most at risk are people with fair skin, or skin that blushes easily and is prone to acne rosacea. Read more …

Treating the common cold with homoeopathy

Common cold epidemics often occur during the winter. Because of the mildness of the disease, its characteristic symptoms only last ten days, at the most. However, young children and people with weakened immune systems must be properly taken care of since it is their sensitivity to viruses that leads them to contract the common cold. Usually, the symptoms caused by a common cold do not last. However, they can be a source of irritation for people affected by this respiratory condition. Various homoeopathic remedies have been specifically developed to provide more comfort to patients and to reduce this disease’s symptoms. Read more …

Treating rhinoconjunctivitis with homoeopathy

Rhinoconjunctivitis is an inflammation that simultaneously affects the nasal mucous membranes and the conjunctiva. This inflammation is commonly called allergic rhinitis or “hay fever” because of the increasing number of cases observed during the flowering season of certain plants. Indeed, rhinoconjunctivitis is primarily caused by contact with or inhalation of an allergen such as pollen, house dust, moulds, dust mites, animal hair and other. Considered to be a mild disease, rhinoconjunctivitis may be subject to complications caused by a lack of adequate treatment, especially if it occurs in combination with other allergic diseases such as urticaria, eczema or asthma. Read more …

Relieving allergic rhinitis and infectious rhinitis with homoeopathy

Caused by a series of factors, rhinitis is an acute or chronic inflammatory disease that primarily affects the nasal mucous membranes. Depending on the circumstances, rhinitis can be caused by pathogens, such as viruses or bacteria, or by allergens, which are substances capable of provoking allergic reactions in the affected person’s body. It is interesting to note that allergic rhinitis is a much more common condition than infectious rhinitis. Sometimes seasonal, it is unfortunately persistent most of the time, significantly disrupting the lives of all affected individuals. Also known as hay fever or pollinosis, seasonal allergic rhinitis mainly occurs in the presence of pollen, especially that of grasses. Read more …

Treating retinopathy with homoeopathy

Retinopathy is a general term that refers to some form of persistent or acute damage to the retina of the eye. Because of bleeding, the vision becomes blurred and the eye will become painful in the disease’s final stages. Retinopathy may be caused by the deterioration of eye tissue, which may itself be due to a process of genetic origin or by ultraviolet rays. However, the most common cause of retinopathy is the worsening of arterial hypertension or diabetes. People who suffer from retinopathy are usually hindered by eye redness, visual impairment and eye pain. However, these symptoms and their complications can be avoided by resorting to homoeopathic remedies. Read more …

Treating gastroesophageal reflux disease with homoeopathy

Gastroesophageal reflux disease is a mild condition that causes gastric content to rise abnormally into the oesophagus. However, in the absence of treatment, gastroesophageal reflux disease can lead to serious complications. This disease particularly affects people that are aged over 50, pregnant women during the third trimester of pregnancy and overweight individuals. Reflux can also be observed in patients suffering from a hiatal hernia. Moreover, there is a higher incidence of gastroesophageal reflux disease among smokers. Read more …

Treating ulcerative colitis with homoeopathy

Ulcerative colitis, Colitis ulcerosa or UC, is a form of inflammatory bowel disease that shares some similarities with Crohn’s disease, although this condition is much less severe. Of autoimmune origin, UC causes inflammatory lesions to appear on the intestinal mucous membrane. In general, the disease occurs in the rectum and may spread to the large intestine, although the small intestines are always spared. Read more …

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Pathology and homeopathy are two fields of scientific research that go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, homeopathic research on a disease is always accompanied by a pathological study of that disease. Pathology is the scientific field that studies diseases, while homeopathy is a gentle method for treating diseases. Homeopathic treatment follows the principles of similarity (Similia similibus curentur or "likes are cured by likes") and comprehensiveness. There is no universal treatment for a given disease; it must be adapted to each patient.