An Introduction to First Aid using Homeopathy.
Here are a few guidelines for you to begin using natural medicines at home. You will be able to treat coughs and colds, cuts and bruises, teething and colic pains, and minor illnesses … …
Always follow the Law of Similar’s in homeopathy
Homeopathy means similar suffering. Choose a remedy based on the symptoms experienced, select the remedy that matches the patient as much as possible.
Always follow the Law of the Minimum Dose
When you have the right remedy, only give one dose and then wait. Repeat if the benefit wears off and the same symptoms return. The symptoms may change – then you will need to change the remedy.
Stay in your comfort and competence zone
Begin using homeopathy for treating your family and friends with simple first aid situations like bruises, muscle aches, burns and insect bites. This will help you gain more confidence in homeopathy and your ability to read all of the symptoms and choose the right remedy.
When you are confident, begin to deal with other minor illnesses. Now will will really start to get accustomed to finding the right match. Even coughs and colds are experienced in many different ways.
Get a homeopathy kit
Keep it with you at all times because you never know when you might need it. A good kit will cover things like: Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Bites, Stings, Sprains, Strains, Coughs, Sore throats, Headaches, Earaches, Measles, Mumps, Chicken pox, Whooping cough, Colic, Cramps, Cystitis, Stomach upsets, Food poisoning, Pain and discomfort after dental work, Teething, Test, Examination or Performance anxiety, and Flu.
As you get more into using Homeopathy you’ll need a really in depth reference book. There are many good ones. I like Miranda Castro’s “The Complete Homeopathy Handbook.”
Take advantage of free online software – try the homeopathy app = Homeopathy UK it’s free.
Get professional help if you need it.
First aid is acute symptoms that last only a few days or weeks. For anything lasting longer than 3 weeks seek a qualified homeopath to help you with more chronic or recurring symptoms.