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How to treat polyps with homoeopathy?

A polyp is usually non-malignant growth of tissue protruding from the mucous lining of an organ such as the nose, bladder, or intestine, often causing obstruction. They are outgrowths of which the diameter ranges from a few millimetres to a centimetre, depending on the type of polyp. To detect the presence of a polyp, it is necessary to perform a colonoscopy. There are three types of polyps depending on their location, and they may be found in the uterine wall, rectum, colon and nose. It is possible to treat polyps by resorting to homoeopathic treatment. Read more …

Relieving polyneuropathy with homoeopathy

Polyneuropathy is a neurological disorder that occurs when many nerves throughout the body malfunction simultaneously.  It manifests itself during the onset of degenerative and hereditary diseases that affect the nervous system. Polyneuropathy is included in the list of nervous affections (or neuropathic diseases) that lead to neuralgia. Read more …

Treating rheumatoid arthritis with homoeopathy

Rheumatoid arthritis has the unfortunate reputation of being a serious condition and it mostly affects women. This disease is the most severe condition among the inflammatory rheumatisms that affect the joints. Most of the time, it is debilitating and may appear in the 40-to-50-year-old age group. But there are rare cases of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, in which case the first symptoms may appear at an early age. When not properly cared for, rheumatoid arthritis can lead to joint deterioration. Read more …

Treating pneumopathy with homoeopathy

Pneumopathy refers to any disease of the lungs or, more specifically, of the lung tissue. The main factors of this disease are constant exposure to air pollution, eventual inhalation of chemicals, smoking or another type of viral illness, such as the flu. Pneumopathy may also be of genetic origin, eventually being linked to the other factors mentioned above. Read more …

Relieving pleurisy with homoeopathy

Pleurisy is a condition that affects the pleura, a bilayer membrane that covers the lung surface. There are several known types of pleurisy or pleuritis, including purulent pleurisy, serous-fibrinous pleurisy, dry pleurisy and haemorrhagic pleurisy. There are two main causes of pleurisy, namely pleural effusion and dryness of the pleura. As for the abundance or lack of fluid being secreted in the pleural membrane, it may be the result of an inflammation, injury or infectious disease, such as tuberculosis or pneumonia. Finally, certain cancers that spread to the lungs can also cause pleurisy. Read more …

Treating tinea versicolor with homoeopathy

Tinea versicolor is a mild skin fungus that is characterized by a rash on the trunk, abdomen and proximal extremities. This condition is caused by the fungi Malessezia globosa, Malassezia furfur, or Pityrosporum ovale. Tinea versicolor is observed in both men and women. It usually affects young adults. Tinea versicolor is especially fond of skin areas tha present a large amount of sebaceous glands. Read more …

Treating pityriasis rosea Gibert with homoeopathy

Pityriasis rosea is a rather common skin condition that affects persons, mostly female, aged between 10 and 30 years old. To date, it has not yet been established whether the disease is viral or bacterial. Note that pityriasis occurs more frequently in autumn and spring than in summer. While rather benign and not very contagious, this condition nonetheless requires treatment. Read more …

Relieving insect bites with homoeopathy

An insect bite can lead to four main risks: wound infection, tetanus, toxic reactions in the presence of venom, and allergic reactions or Quincke’s oedema (angiooedema). Read more …

Treating photosensitization with homoeopathy

Photosensitization is a dermatological disorder that is becoming increasingly widespread. Favoured by excessive exposure to sunlight, it can also be caused by several factors including the ingestion of certain drugs and the application of certain beauty products. Read more …

Relieving photophobia with homoeopathy

Photophobia is an abnormal sensitivity to or intolerance of light, especially by the eyes, and may be caused by eye inflammation, lack of pigmentation in the iris, or various diseases. There are two causes of photophobia, either an eye or neurological condition, or meningitis or meningeal haemorrhage. 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.