FAQs / 常見問題

Is it slow to Act?

It is a common misconception that Homeopathy is slow to act. Acute conditions are treated in a day or two, and in some cases, even in hours. Chronic diseases which are present since many years and suppressed by different kinds of applications and treatments are the ones which take a few months to a year for a complete cure. This is only because homeopathy cures from the root. Early treatment using homeopathy helps to cure faster.

Are homeopathic medicines substitute for antibiotics?

Homeopathic medicine acts fast aganinst all types of infections and in most cases antibiotics may not be required. Viral infections like common cold, measles, herpes zoster, chicken pox, influenza, viral meningitis, polyneuritis etc are treated very well by homeopathy.

What qualifications homeopath should have?

Any medical practitioner who has completed a full time, full length course in homeopathy and has completed practical training in a hospital qualifies as a homeopath. The requirements / qualifications for homeopaths differs from country to country. The homeopath should have either a graduate or post-graduate qualification in medicine. In India, homeopathy courses are five and half years of full-time study, and include practical training in a hospital. The UK, USA and other countries also have certified courses in homeopathy.

Can homeopathy cure all diseases?

As stated above, infections, autoimmune diseases, mental disorders, after-effects of immunization, pregnancy-related problems, children’s diseases, and allergies can be treated well with homeopathy.
In Dr Rupal’s experience, homeopathy does fail in 5 – 10% of chronic cases and some research is ongoing to get the best results. But in most cases, homeopathy does give excellent results.








根據Rupal醫生的經驗,順勢療法對5 – 10%的慢性病病例起不了作用。但是會透過不斷的研究以達最佳效果。在大多數情況下,順勢療法成效顯著。