FDA APPROVED AND RECOMMENDED BY YOUR BODY HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES
What are Homeopathic Medicines?
Homeopathic medicines are natural substances, mineral, botanical and biological substances that in very small (micro) doses are used to relieve a variety of symptoms. Since most homeopathic medicines are micro-dosed, they donít cause side effects and they donít combine dangerously with other medications.
What Conditions Can Homeopathic Medicines Treat?
Homeopathic medicines are used to treat many acute health conditions such as allergies, coughs, colds, flu, stress, arthritis pain, muscle pain, teething, etc.
How Safe are Homeopathic Medicines?
Homeopathy has been used for more than 200 years, building a remarkable safety record and generating a great body of knowledge. In recent years more than 150 studies were conducted and published in medical journals. Clinical research is providing evidence of the efficacy of homeopathic medicines.
Homeopathic Medicines are FDA approved!
Homeopathic medicines have been regulated as drugs by the FDA since 1938 and are manufactured in strict accordance with the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS) and drug Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Thousands of healthcare professional prescribe homeopathic medicines to there patients, including family physicians, pediatricians, plastic surgeons, dentists, nurses, naturopathic doctors, pharmacists, chiropractors and veterinarians.
Because of their history of safety, homeopathic medicines are frequently used for treatment of self-diagnosable conditions.
These medicines provide you with the opportunity to nip your problem in the bud as soon as you detect the first sign of illness. It is the best time to help your body fight a disorder.
We invite you to seize the opportunity offered by homeopathic medicines. They are body-friendly. They are body-compatible. In other words, they are ďRecommended by your body.Ē
Presented by Dr. Larry Cimperman and Dr. Agnes Gallagher, contact us at 724-586-9777 for your natural health questions.
This information is not meant to treat, diagnose or cure any disease, illness or health condition, please contact a qualified health care provider with all your health concerns.