In the late 18th century, Samuel Hahnemann founded homeopathy. There was an epidemic and homeopathy was used to treat patients. It was successful, so in the 19th century, it became a boon in the field of medicine. This branch became controversial because of its high use of dilute medicines. Despite being highly controversial, it has proved to be silent and is now geographically widespread.
Homeopathy was introduced in India in the early 19th century. It grew in Bengal at first and then spread all over India. Homeopathy is coined from the terms “homolos”, which in Greek means similar, and pathos, which means suffering, referring to the principle of the law of similar that is the basis of the treatment in Homeopathy. Amateurs in the civil and military services extensively practiced homeopathy. Mahendra Lal Sircar was the first homeopathic physician in India. At present, in India, homeopathy is the third most popular method of medical treatment after allopathy and Ayurveda. There are over 200,000 registered homeopathic doctors in India.
Benefits of homeopathic medicine:It is used for a wide variety of health issues, including some chronic diseases.
- Treats Seasonal Allergies
- Treats Migraines
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Rheumatoid authority
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Premenstrual disorder
Importance:Homeopathy has proven effective in the treatment of diseases and it treats the root cause and promotes health. treats Homeopathic medicines are not considered in themselves harmful, homeopathy can be considered harmful if the person relies on on it as a medical treatment and uses them as a replacement for conventional medical treatment .
It is relatively free of adverse side effects , enhances the
The body’s ability to restore balance is remedial in some diseases that we can usually hope only to manage with allopathic medicines, which speed healing, and are inexpensive.