What is Homeopathy
For example, in maxillary sinusitis, the pus formed in the sinuses puts pressure on the gums, thereby spreading bacteria that cause gum and tooth infections. In this case, since there is a single cause for both the problems (both sinusitis and the gum infection or genguitis), there should also be a single remedy to address both problems.
A cure refers to the complete elimination of signs and symptoms, including the tendency to be repeatedly afflicted with the disease. This restores good health and the only approach that ensure this is treating the patients using a natural and logical form of treatment that employs the minimal and diluted dosage of medicine that has no side effects whatsoever.
The mind and the emotions are also considered while treating the patient in homeopathy. At the end of the treatment, not only do the symptoms disappear, but the mind also becomes calm and peaceful. Modern medicine has recently started accepting the fact that many diseases (for example: migraine, acidity, ulcer, hypertension, and diabetes) are psychosomatic, whereas homeopathy has deemed this to be true over the last two centuries.
To treat disease, the body needs a little stimulus to trigger its own healing process. Administered medicine is not required to directly fight the disease. Rather, the body must fight the disease by improving its general resistance that reduces the probability of developing new diseases.