Homeopathy was revered in the 18th C and had been a well-accepted branch of medicine, being taught in medical schools, having its own hospitals, and favored by Royalty.
Unfortunately, partly because of homeopathy’s success, its economies of use (hence drug companies did not profit) and the difficulty of some scientists to comprehend how it worked, it became demonized and subsequently phased out of conventional medical practice.
How homeopathy works has been well tested by science based on two principles- 1) water has memory, and 2) dilution and succussion , both essential processes that were proven by early quantum physics scientists yet still poorly understood by ‘conventional’ scientists.
Using the natural laws of healing, homeopathy essentially assists the body to heal itself, using the natural substances from minerals and the plant & animal kingdoms. It focuses on treating the animal, not the dis-ease, matching the totality of symptoms of the pet to the choice of the remedy. Animals respond exceptionally well to this modality, whether it’s for their physical, mental or emotional state.
Anyone who has seen the seemingly ‘miraculous’ effect of a well-chosen remedy for a very ill new born pup, a severe case of gastro enteritis or a cat in renal failure, will appreciate its power.