The term “homeopathy” comes from the Greek (“similar illness”) and was established by Samuel Hahnemann (1755 – 1833). Put simply, in homeopathy, a disease is treated with a small amount of a natural substance which, if administered in larger doses to healthy people, would lead to symptoms similar to those characteristic of a specific disease.
For example, taking larger amounts of the natural substance from wild jasmine would lead to typical flu symptoms. It is therefore understandable that wild jasmine extract is used either alone or as a major ingredient in homeopathic flu remedies. This “similarity rule” (Latin: Similia similibus curentur) is one of the three basic principles of homeopathy.
We have decades of experience in the field of homeopathy, and we have acquired in-depth knowledge as a result of numerous training courses both locally and abroad.
We would be pleased to advise you individually and in detail on our wide selection of homeopathic remedies and Schuessler salts!