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ho·me·op·a·thist

(hō'mē-op'ă-thist),
A medical practitioner of homeopathy.
Synonym(s): homeopath

homeopath

Homeopathy
A practitioner of homeopathy.

ho·me·op·a·thist

(hō'mē-op'ă-thist)
A medical practitioner of homeopathy.
Synonym(s): homeopath.

homeopath

, homeopathist (hō′mē-ō-păth″, hō-mē-ŏp′ă-thĭst)
One who practices homeopathy.
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Further, many practicing homeopaths know that coffee is not the problem that it is presumed to be, because we know that many of our patients have occasionally or frequently drunk coffee without experiencing problems doing so.
To prepare for work as a homeopath, you can take a qualification that's recognised by one of the professional organisations for homeopathy.
Although scientists argue the potions are so dilute they are unlikely to contain any of the original substance, homeopaths claim the water retains a 'memory' of the active ingredient, which it passes to the body to help fight the illness.
If you're considering consulting a homeopath, make sure they are trained and registered with a body that recognises their training - The Society of Homeopaths, the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths, the British Register of Complementary Practitioners and the Faculty of Homeopathy.
Homeopaths will argue they have anecdotal evidence that their remedies work.
To a homeopath, this most recent picture of symptoms is again a new totality that needs to be addressed.
Let me tell you, homeopaths and ayurveds or let it be any other pathy, all go through the same books and practice.
For a free list of medically qualified homeopaths contact The British Homeopathic Association on 0870 444 3950 or email info@trusthomeopathy.
Homeopaths believe that dilution increases, rather than decreases, the strength of a remedy.
Andy Kirk, chair of The Society of Homeopaths which is the largest body of professional homeopaths in Europe, points to its general acceptance within the National Health Service - available since its inception in 1948.
Healers and homeopaths have been using extracts of the marine plant to good effect for millennia.