Homeopathy is based on taking highly diluted substances, which homeopaths call 'remedies', that are usually taken in tablet form.

Homeopathic remedies are available over-the-counter and a pharmacist can advise you on specific ones you think you might need. Remedies are also available over the internet but these may not meet your requirements.

What to expect

Your first session with a homeopath will involve answering questions about your general health, lifestyle and emotional state. Please keep an open mind and answer questions honestly.

The homeopath may also ask about your family medical history and sleep patterns. These factors assist the homeopath to make a homeopathic judgement and reach a decision about which remedies might best suit your needs and how they should be taken.

The homeopath may, for example, advise you to take a remedy half an hour after eating or to avoid food and drinks believed to have an effect on the remedy
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Is it right for you?

Homeopathy has been widely used by some people for more than 200 years.

Homeopathy will not interfere with the action of medicines prescribed by your doctor. Because homeopathic remedies are non-toxic, there are no side effects and they are safe for pregnant women and babies.

Anyone taking prescribed drugs should first discuss with their GP about seeking homeopathic therapy and also inform their homeopath about their GP's diagnosis and prescriptions during their first appointment.

Homeopathy is not an alternative to treatment by your GP who should always be informed about any condition from which you are suffering.

Practitioner profiles & prices:

Len Marlow

Marian Byham