Homeopathy (contemporary discipline)
Homeopathy is a branch of medicine originated in Germany in 1794, which is based on the principle of The Law of Similar. The word "homeopathy" is derived
from two Greek words: homoios which means "similar" and pathos which means "suffering." Homeopathy's basic premise is called the "principle of
similars," and it refers to recurrent observation and experience that a medicinal substance will elicit a healing response for the specific syndrome
symptoms (or suffering) that it has been proven to cause when given to a healthy person in overdose. Here, the dose administered is unbelievably
miniscule, which renders if absolutely harmless yet very powerful. Contrary to the conventional medicine, the action of homeopathy is much safer,
deeper acting, and results much longer lasting by energizing the body's curative powers. Homeopathy is amongst the youngest and latest medicines
needs for more research and promotion.