What is Health?
It is that condition of physical and mental machinery in which all the parts work easily and harmoniously, each performing its duty without friction or inconvenience. Most person knows when a piece of machinery is out of order, and they also know the importance of repairing it as soon as possible. If the repair is not made promptly irreparable damage is likely to follow prolonged derangement.
Evidence of Good Health.
A person in good health is cheerful and good natured, the eyes are bright and sparkling , the lips are red and the complexion clear. The hair is soft, oily and glossy. The skin is smooth and velvety, with the pinkish tint; the sleep is sound, dreamless and refreshing. The appetite is good and no distress of any kind follows eating; no great thirst; no disagreeable taste in the mouth; the tongue is clean and the breath sweet; no belching , no bloating and no flatulency. The bowels moves once a day with ease; the urine amounts to 3 pints in 24 hours; is amber coloured and no sediment is found on standing a day. In health the urine doesnot have to be passed at night after retiring. A healthy person is free from all aches and pains of every kind. Many person call themselves perfectly healthy yet suffers many aches and pains. Healthy person does not cough or expectorate nor is he obliged to blow his nose. The pulse of a healthy adult ranges from 70 to 80 a minute. In health the temperature of the body is 98.5 degrees when taken by the thermometer in the mouth. There are rare exceptions to this rule.
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Classical homeopathy is a holistic therapy. The individual is considered as a whole and symptoms from the body, mind, and spirit are considered when choosing a homeopathic remedy. Homeopathy takes into consideration a person’s environment and lifestyle, providing individualized treatment for the person.
Homeopathy is a medical science developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), a German physician. It is based on the principle that “like cures like”. In simple words, it means that any substance, which can produce symptoms in a healthy person, can cure similar symptoms in a person who is sick. This idea is referred to as the “Law of Similars“, and was understood by Aristotle and Hippocrates and mentioned in ancient Hindu manuscripts. It was Hahnemann, however, who turned it into a science of healing.