Homeopathy is a medical system which considers the whole person in their totality, not just the illness a person is suffering with. It recognizes the importance of the individual's unique mental, emotional, and physical characteristics and interrelated factors.

Homeopathic medicine was developed as a systematic healing method by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755 – 1843), a German physician. It has been further established by over 210 years of recorded clinical experience. Homeopathy is founded on the principle of healing that was implemented by the ancient Egyptians, Chinese, Incas, Aztec, and Native Americans. This principle is known as the Law of Similars or “like cures like”.

According to the Law of Similars, a substance that produces specific symptoms in a healthy person could be used to treat those same symptoms in a sick person (“like cures like”). Homeopathy matches the presenting symptoms "picture" of the illness with the symptom "picture" of the remedy. Homeopathy utilizes a small amount of the medicinal ingredients to stimulate the body's own immune healing mechanisms.

Homeopathic Medicines

Homeopathic medicines are recognized and regulated in Ontario since 2015 and are scheduled in the United States' Homeopathic Pharmacopeia. All homeopathic medicines are prepared following the highest quality standards and are manufactured by established pharmaceutical companies under strict DIN numbers, as with all other drugs in Canada.