Frequently Asked Questions
What are homeopathic medicines made from?
Homeopathic medicines are made mainly from plants and minerals, then highly diluted before adding to lactose tablets or sucrose pills.
How often do I take the medicine?
Instructions will be given with the prescription. A small amount of medicine is administered and your progress is assessed at the next appointment.
Is homeopathy suitable for babies and children?
Homeopathic treatment has an excellent safety record and because homeopathic medicines are non-toxic, they can be used by babies, children and during pregnancy.
Can I get help with the cost of treatment?
In the UK there are over 400 GPs practising homeopathy who are regulated by the GMC and are members of the Faculty of Homeopathy. They treat around 200,000 NHS patients per year with homeopathy. GPs are able to refer NHS patients to qualified and regulated homeopaths. Most private health insurance companies and/or cash-plans, consider homeopathic treatment a good investment - FacultyofHomeopathy.org/homeopathy-on-the-NHS
What can homeopathy offer help with?
After an audit of my clinics, (April 2015-2016) I collected the most frequent problems that my patients suffer from. The list is in order, the greatest amount of people suffering from the first problem on the list.
Side effects of treatments
Chest and lung problems
To promote wellbeing
Joint pain and problems
Symptoms in pregnancy
Migraines and headaches
Problems after surgery