Homeopathy is a system of medicine, developed by Samuel Hahnemann in the 1700s, that uses small amounts of medicines derived from nature (nanopharmacology) to initiate a healing response in the individual. Homeopathic medicines are made through successive dilutions and succussions (collectively known as “potentization”.)
Homeopathy is based on the principle that “like cures like”, and therefore the ideal homeopathic medicine is chosen based on its characteristic “match” to the person's collection of symptoms. Homeopathic medicines come in a variety of forms: pellets/granules, liquids, creams or salves. Some homeopathic medicines will contain only one medicinal ingredient, while others will contain a combination of remedies. Dr. Jasper, ND uses homeopathy for a variety of health concerns, but often when working with children. Homeopathic medicines are safe, effective and typically inexpensive.