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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.
This and many other visits to the homeopath with excellent outcomes have convinced me of its effectiveness.
Completing my studies at the London School of Homeopathy in 1998, I was registered with the Society of Homeopaths in 2001 and have been funded by the Department of Health to research homeopathy.
Let me tell you, homeopaths and ayurveds or let it be any other pathy, all go through the same books and practice.
Two women with arthritis would probably come out of the doctors with a prescription for ibuprofen but if they came to see a homeopath they would probably get different remedies," said Olwyne.
There are, however, good reasons that homeopaths and their patients are not afraid of the flu, either this year or for years in the past.
As always, use common sense when treating your family, have a backup physician who is open minded, and a backup homeopath for chronic complaints, or if you want to use homeopathy but don't want to do it yourself.
9 million people in the US who either see a homeopath or use over-the-counter homeopathic medicines, obviously believe that they are being helped.
I embrace it as a way of life, visit my homeopath every few months and use a whole host of remedies.
Professor Ernst, a former homeopath who now researches complementary medicine at Exeter University, said the treatments could be dangerous if people chose them over conventional medicines with proven benefits.
History books talk about Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Punjab showering valuable rewards on a German homeopath who treated him for the paralysis of vocal chords and odema.