This method is popular all over the world, especially in Western Europe. In many countries, homeopathy is taught in medical universities. Homeopathy, also called gentle medicine, is a method of prevention and treatment of the human body that uses small amounts of natural elements to support the healing process in the patient. It is based on the Law of Similars – The like cures like. Homeopathy has been used since antiquity, by Ayurvedic medicine, and then by Hippocrates (IV century B.C.). Later, in 19th century A.D. the German physician, toxicologist, and chemist Dr. Samuel Hahnemann substantiated the method scientifically.
The most accurate definition of homeopathy was given by Paracelsus: „What chews the teeth is not a cure; no one can see the remedy. It is not in the body, but in the power.”

The power is in the information, not in its material carrier. The essence of a medicinal plant is precisely in its individuality, its soul as a representative of some primary principle, expressed in its physical organism. If the body lacks a primary principle, it can be searched in the macrocosm and the missing information can be given to the patient as a microcosm. That is why the homeopathic examination is longer and more detailed than the usual one.
When homeopathy is applied as one of the means in the complex organic treatment, including natural diet, organism cleansing, movement, rational occupational and rest regime, etc., its effect is exceptional.