isotherapy

isotherapy

(i?so-ther'a-pe) [? + therapeia, treatment]
1. The treatment of an organ disease by consuming the healthy organ of an animal
2. The treatment of viral and bacterial illnesses by administering dilute dosages of those microorganisms to infected patients. Isotherapy has been considered by some experts as a heretical branch of homeopathy. Synonym: isopathy

isotherapy (ī·sō·theˑ·r·pē),

n in contemporary homeopathy, the use of isodes as remedies based on the principle “the cause is the cure.” See also isodes, isopathy.
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Added together to make a complete supportive program of detoxification, isotherapy, classical homeopathy, behavioral therapy, craniosacral therapy, diet, and nutrition are the missing pieces for autism.