Homeopathy at The Healing Point


Dive into the world of Homeopathy, a unique therapeutic system of medicine founded on the profound principle of the “law of similars,” encapsulated in the motto “let like be cured by likes.” This foundational concept has guided homeopathic practitioners for hundreds of years, emphasizing the idea that a substance, when administered in significant doses to a healthy individual, will produce specific symptoms. However, the magic of homeopathy lies in its ability to harness the healing power of minute doses of the same substance. By administering these highly diluted remedies, the body’s inherent healing mechanisms are stimulated to alleviate the very symptoms they would typically induce.

A versatile approach

Equally effective in addressing acute and chronic conditions, offering a gentle, non-invasive alternative to conventional treatments. The remedies, available in various forms such as liquid, pellets, or tablets, are known for their palatability, making them a favored choice, particularly among children.


One remarkable facet of homeopathy

Is its capacity to substitute for some vaccines or ameliorate the side effects of vaccinations. This presents an intriguing option for those who seek alternative ways to bolster their immune systems or alleviate the discomfort that can sometimes accompany vaccinations. 

Supplements and herbs used in treatment

Homeopathy: Getting To The Point Of Your Health Issues

A therapeutic system of medicine based upon the "law of similars" - "let like be cured by likes."

This means that a substance administered in large crude dosages to a healthy individual will produce specific symptoms, but when the same material has been reduced in size and administered in minute doses, it will stimulate the body’s reactive process to relieve these same symptoms. Homeopathy is used to treat acute and chronic conditions. It may be given in liquid, pellets, or tablets. Remedies are very palatable and quite popular with children.
Homeopathic remedies can be given in place of some vaccines or to lessen the side effects of the vaccine.
Treating adults and children