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Why are there remedies made from conventional medicines?

"Can remedies made from drugs be used instead of medicines?"

This blog answers this frequently asked question. Please read this as it is very important to know when using homeopathy.


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I often hear customers at pharmacies asking,


``My doctor prescribed a medicine, but I don't want to take it, so I want a remedy made from the same medicine. How should I take it?''


The customer also mentioned,


``I found it on the pharmacy's remedy list.''


It's important to note that while there are homeopathic remedies made from medicines, they are not meant to replace your medication.


It is used by homeopaths for special purposes.


Homeopathy operates based on the principle of ``Like Cures Like,'' which means that ``substances with similar symptoms can cure those symptoms.''


If you want to learn more about the basic principles of homeopathy, please refer to the "Frequently Asked Questions" page.



Remedies made from drugs are ``used when you experience side effects or unpleasant symptoms due to the use of drugs.’' They are not ``substitutes for drugs.''


It’s important to avoid this mistaken idea, as it can be very dangerous.


There have been cases in Japan that have ended up in court based on this misunderstanding. In this case, a homeopath (who may have been a student) recommended a remedy made from medicine to a client instead of actual medicine, which tragically led to the client's death. I


f you are using medicine and would like to reduce or stop taking it, please consult with a homeopath for a guidance.


Below I will explain why some remedies are made from medicine.



#1 - What is Isopathy?


The Greek word "isos" means "equivalent," and "Isopathy" refers to using a remedy made from the substance that is causing the illness.


The basic principle of homeopathy is to use a medicine that matches the characteristics of the symptoms. However, when that doesn't work, we use a method called Isopathy as an adjunct.


For example, if a disease is caused by bacteria or viruses, we would use remedies made from those bacteria or viruses.


In addition, if the person has an allergy to wheat, gluten, pollen, etc., remedies made from these allergens are administered to the person with hay fever or allergies.



#2 - What is Tautopathy?


Prescriptions using remedies made from a specific drug are known as "Tautopathy."


The term "Tauto" originates from the Greek word for "same," and it is one of the variations of the prescription method Isopathy.


Tautopathy involves using remedies made from drugs or poisons for individuals whose health has been clearly affected by these substances.


Similar to Isopathy, the fundamental principle of homeopathy is to use drugs that correspond to the characteristics of the symptoms. Most homeopaths do not aim to forcefully stimulate the body, especially when there are no symptoms present.


When carefully selected remedies do not yield the desired results, Tautopaty is used as an auxiliary method.



#3 - When do you use these remedies?


It is used when remedies that match the symptoms are not effective.


For example, people who continue to use paracetamol as a painkiller may damage their liver, or people who have used the pill in the past may find that their periods do not return properly even after they stop taking the pill, or that their cycle is affected.

It is used for people who are suffering from various symptoms caused by drugs or poisons.


This method is used when it is obvious that the condition has not improved since the use of drugs or poisons.



#4 - Homeopathic Detox


Homeopathic detox is a well-known technique advocated by the late Dutch homeopath, Dr. Tinus Smits, under the name CEASE (Complete Elimination of Autistic Spectrum Expression) Therapy.


His disciple, Ton Jansen, a Dutch homeopath, advocates "Homeopathic Detox Therapy" and educates today's homeopaths on all variations of this treatment method, making the term "homeopathic detox" more widespread.


Homeopathic detox involves using homeopathy to detoxify drugs and poisons, taking into account the severity and relationship of each person's symptoms.


However, the method and timing of prescription will vary depending on the person's condition. Therefore, it is important to consult with a homeopath, monitor your symptoms, and obtain prescriptions under strict supervision.


I also recommend and use this method with my clients when necessary.





#5 - Conclusion...


The fundamental principle of homeopathy is to use remedies that match the symptoms.


If the effect is still not sufficient, you can use a method to remove blocks that have delayed the effect or to make the effect more effective.


However, if constitutional remedies and supporting remedies are not prepared during this detox process, some people may experience a healing crisis (deterioration before improvement).


If you are interested, it is best to consult with a homeopath before making your decision.


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Happy using homeopathy!


Love and gratitude

Hiroko



Reference:

Watson.I. (2004). A Guide to the Methodologies of Homeopathy. Revised Edition. Totnes, Dexon, England. Cutting Edge Books.

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