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The physician’s high and only mission is to restore the sick to health, to cure, as it is termed. - Dr. Samuel Hahnemann Tributes to the founder of Homeopathy on his birth anniversary. Best wishes to everyone on World Homeopathy Day! Stay healthy with Homeopathy!!!
This is a very common question asked by the patients that what is the source of Homeopathic medicines, is it natural? Is there any chemical inside? Here is an insight on the ingredients of your Homeopathic remedy, which is, by all means, natural and safe. H omeopathic medicines are prepared from various sources as following - 1. Plant Kingdom Image:classichomeopath.com The medicines are prepared from the core extract of the plant, which is known as the mother tincture. It may come from any part of the plant like the roots, stems, leaves, fruits, seeds or the whole plant. Examples- Arnica montana , Bryonia alba, Cinchona officinalis, Pulsatilla nigricans, Rhus tox, Symphytum etc. 2. Animal Kingdom Image:classichomeopath.com Several homeopathic drugs are prepared from the animal kingdom which is prepared in a similar manner as that of the plant kingdom the only difference being here the part of the whole animal is taken to prepare the medicine.
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