can i carry homeopathic medicine in the flight to gulf - is there any restriction?
One of my friends wish to stay in Qatar for an year. He is a homeopathic practitioner and wishes to carry some homeopathy medicine to gulf. Is there any restriction in the flight to carry? What is the best method to carry the homeopathic medicine?
Question answered by iansand
Why would there be a problem carrying water? Put it in your checked luggage.
What exactly is a "licensed healthcare practitioner"?
But what else? therapists? Are there licensed homeopathic practitioners? Seems counter-intuitive that you would need a license for that.
Question answered by ckm1956
That's a generic term that includes MDs, DOs, PAs, NPs, CRNAs, and nurse midwives (I think).
Has a silica caplet safe to use on cat with intestinal obstruction?
Mentioned sick cat to homeopathic practitioner who suggested a small silica caplet to push obstruction out. Cat has been to vet who has blood work out & 'prescribed' getting Laxatone in him. Will the silica help or hurt?
Question answered by .
The silica caplet will absorb moisture from the cat's gut and create an even worse obstruction. In other words, it will kill the cat.
Does a homeopathic practitioner do any thing for they eyes?
I have glaucoma surgery, and after that it got worse. when i look at the light over the table i see rays coming out of it, when i drive in the day or night the same thing happens with headlights and backlights.
I have a lot of headaches and nausea.
Recently, my friend told me that i should try a homeopathic doctor.
Question answered by udaya k
Ophthalmologist was the right person for your malady, because by the time anyone approach the homeo doctor or show some faith in him it becomes too late to reverse the situation and surgery is often required. You may or must be suffering from hypertension and diabetis and probably of elderly disposition. In such cases, the underlying maladies are addressed first and on strengthening the metabolism the the vision and the ailments like hardening of the eyeballs and drying up of the lachrymal duct and pressure behind the eyes are corrected to large extent and further medicines focused on the area of the eye corrects everything. Since you have already done the operation the homeo doctor is at the disadvantage of taking on him the blame for the final results of an operation and may not be confident enough to take up the case. Nevertheless they are there to help you with those plain water as my friends do often say it is. The medicine that can be of high value to you is Arnica 30, Symphytum 200, Gelsemium 30, Ruta G 6C, Hypericum 30, Phosphorus 30, Eserinum 6X, Conium Mac 30, Comocladia Deniata. according to symptoms peculiar to you. Seeing halos around lights characterises glaucoma.If it is associated with excruciating eye pain or a severe headache, it may point to acute angle-closure glaucoma, which is an ocular emergency. Vision loss could occur if not attended to. Therefore, it is adviseable to have a second opinion from another ophthalmologist. Homeod medicines can usually go alongwith allopathic for strengthening the nerves, for correcting the trauma, and excruciating pains could be taken care of by Arnica 30 as well as Colocynthis 30. I hope this helps.
MEDICINES SHOULD BE TAKEN ONLY IN CONSULTATION WITH AN OPHTHALMOLOGIST AND /OR A QUALIFIED HOMEOPATHIC DOCTOR.
I want to grow taller through homeopathic medcines?
I am an 18 years old boy and 164cm tall .I want to grow taller through homeopathy. if possible please tell me the name and address of Homeopathic Practitioner in delhi
Question answered by Soul Doctor
Homeopathic treatment for gaining proper height in teenagers : -
2.BARYTA CARB 200X
Three drops each in a sip of water just once a week. Follow it up with these Tissue Salts: -
1.CALC PHOS 6X
2.NAT MUR 6X
Four tablets each all together 3 times a day half hour before meals on an empty stomach. After finishing the whole bottles of these salts (30 Days).
If you feel that they are not making a positive difference just raise the potency of these three salts and get them in 30 instead of 6X and keep taking them till they start showing positive results. Totally without any side effects or complications, Guaranteed.
And remember this can only help in your growing years(Teenage) not after that.
Take Care and God Bless You !
Are there any Health Insurance Providers/Policies that cover Homeopathic and/or Alternative Practitioners?
My homeopathic practitioner discovered the cause for my allergies within 10 minutes compared to NO ANSWER in seven visits to conventional doctors. I'm paying 100% for alternative treatments while concurrently paying expensive monthly health care insurance that I rarely use. I'd like to get insurance that covers homeopathic and alternative treatments.
Question answered by Little Britches
Thanks for posting this question. I've switched my whole family over to alternative medicine. 2 of us have gone to an alternative doctor so far and it has cured both of them of all their ailments, compared to 2 years of my stepdaughter going to a regular doctor for her allergies and nothing, nada--they coulnd't figure it out either! However, alternative meds are expensive and I looked around for an insurance company as well, I couldn't find one. But I see this other gentleman said that many are offering it now, that tells me I need to start looking again! Thanks!
How can you tell homeopathic remedies apart from each other?
If the labels came off two different homeopathic remedy bottles that looked the same, how could they told apart from each other, given that they would typically contain no molecules of active ingredient?
Could the contents be lab tested to determine which is which? Or is there some other way? If not, why not, and what conclusions should be drawn?
I would really like a homeopath's answer please!!
Question answered by Avicenna
Because it is virtually impossible - you do the same thing you do in telling two allopathic practitioners apart from each other.
To decide which one is useful or useless and tell the difference between - is impossible as well.
Just chuck them in the waste bin and select a new ones.
Can a Psychologist prescribe homeopathic remedies?
I know that a Psychologist is not a medical doctor, and that in order to prescribe MEDICINE you have to be a Psychiatrist.
But, seeing as homeopathic remedies are not pharmaceutical drugs I'm not sure of the answer to this question.
Please help, I've searched everywhere and cant find an answer.
Web links would be amazing!
Question answered by thenoseknows
If the psychologist has taken a course of studies to become a professional Homeopathic practitioner you bet s/he can.
So-called psychiatric medications are dangerous, create suicidal tendencies and are not based on any scientifically validated tests or studies.
The latest research shows that in comparative studies, Homeopathy outperforms drugs for depression, etc.
Can anyone give me any general information about Homeopathic medication?
I have read up about Homeopathic medication, and would like to know more about if it works, and how do you use it with your personality, and what kinds of medication would work with your personality?
i wanted to know about the research not your opinion.
Question answered by Aufbruch
You'll find everything you need to know about homeopathy here:
It contains an honest rundown of its invention, history, and the studies about its efficacy.
Homeopathy enthusiasts aren't particularly happy about the truth regarding their little delusion being spoken out about, so....it does encounter flood-jacking from time to time...but luckily I've had to dole out this "reality check prescription" so many times that I have the most relevent bit memorized:
"Homeopathy shares one very important component with most other alternative medicine systems. It was developed a long time ago, by one man, during a time when almost nothing useful or true was known about medicine, and it is rigidly required to stay frozen in time with the same original ancient worldview. Homeopathy, like other alternative medicine systems, does not, cannot, must not grow, evolve, or improve as we learn more about the human body. If it did adapt to new knowledge, it would cease to be homeopathy and would be something different.
This ability to include and adapt to new knowledge is the central strength of modern medicine. When we learn new things about the body, when we find a better way to treat a condition, we adapt. We publish the results and we train doctors on the new techniques. Every day, the knowledge base that modern medicine is built upon grows.
The upside of homeopathy is that it's not going to hurt anyone, since it lacks any measurable active ingredients. And when treating conditions that are not life threatening, like headaches or fatigue, there's no harm done. There is massive harm done when practitioners or store owners recommend homeopathy as a replacement for real medical treatment when a serious illness exists. Be vigilant, and protect the health of your family, your friends, and yourself."
What would an alternative health practitioner want with dental plaque?
I am a dental hygienist. I had a patient rhe other day that goes to an alternative health clinic. He asked me if he could have some of the plaque/calculus I was scraping off his teeth. He knew it was a strange request, and said that his health practitioner said she wanted a sample of it.
Now, I am very curious about all facets of the health sciences (dentistry in particular), so of course, I asked him why. He had no idea why, just knew that he was to bring a sample to his next appointment.
Can anyone tell me why the practitioner would want a sample of dental plaque?
Question answered by Gary K
Perhaps the practitioner wants to make a homeopathic remedy from it. "Like cures like" you know? Its a cure for dental caries....
Who knows with alternative medicine crackpots, it could be anything.
EDIT: actually it's almost certainly to test for allergies or toxins - using some dubious method to come up with some equally dubious diagnosis...