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 Naturopathy practice is more proactive than reactive to disease management

 It focuses on patient education, promotion of health and prevention of disease.

 Treats the patients as a whole and not only the symptoms.

 Disregards the concept of disease and embraces the concept of wellness.

 Does not depend on any external chemical agents or herbs to heal.

 External treatments are only supportive of the healing force but not the primary focus

 The holistic approach includes; fasting & diet, hydrotherapy, yoga therapy, magnetotherapy, etc.

 Limited role in medical emergencies.

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 In 1796, a German physician Samuel Hahnemann developed a new branch of medicine now called


 Homeopathy is based on the principle, “like cures like.”

 A substance that causes symptoms of a disease in a healthy person, will, in highly diluted form, cure the same symptoms in a sick person.

 Part of homeopathy is the law of minimum dose, the lower the dose the higher will be the effectiveness.

 Homeopathy medicines are derived from plants, animal or mineral sources.

 Homeopathic medicines are mostly prepared as lactose globules, ointments, gels, drops, creams and


 Homeopathic remedies are individualised to suit specific needs of a particular person.

 Many homeopathic medicines are so diluted that no molecule of the original substance is likely to remain in the diluted product.

 Critics of homeopathy call these dilutions placebos.

 However, it is known that even a placebo can exert strong therapeutic responses, especially in cases of pain, inflammation and psychosomatic disorders.

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 The scientific foundation of mainstream medicine took shape in the latter half of the nineteenth century.

 Louis Pasteur’s Germ Theory of Disease, Robert Koch’s postulates, Paul Ehrlich’s discovery of Salvarsan

against syphilis in 1909, were few of the milestones which brought about a paradigm shift in the practice of medicine.

 Science was added to the art of medicine,

 In subsequent years this science was greatly influenced by the pharmaceutical industry.

 While modern medicine or allopathy has contributed greatly to advances in treatment, particularly in

surgical specialities, it has increasingly adopted the “mechanical model” or one size fits all approach.

 This treats humans as machines overlooking their diversity. It killed the art and fragmented the science.

Under influence of market forces, it overlooks the immense self-healing powers of the body.

 Modern medicine has immense value in medical emergencies and can be life or limb saving in such acute situations.

 It has made great strides in surgical specialities.

 It has its limits in chronic and lifestyle related diseases where a holistic approach is more appropriate.

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