Why homoeopathy?

Homeopathy offers highly effective and safe health solutions for a wide range of diseases. Even some of those diseases for which no help is available with other systems of medicine can be effectively treated with homeopathy. Homeopathy also has a history of successfully treating a number of cases where surgery was imminent. Most of the people prefer homeopathy to other modes of treatment because the treatment Continue reading →

Who can benefit?

If you have a medical problem that has so far defied all treatments or disappears temporarily while taking medicines and recurs as soon as the medicines are stopped, homoeopathy might help you get rid of it as it did Mr. Mushtaq of Karachi of his recurring tonsillitis or Mr. Ashraf Azeem, an engineer of Karachi, of a recurring cyst. Continue reading →

Why this website?

Homoeopathy is misrepresented and misunderstood in Pakistan. Misleading advertisements through the print and electronic media by some money-hungry homoeopaths claiming to have a cure for every disease have distorted its true face. Lately, some homoeopathic pharmaceutical companies have also joined the advertisement galore and the latest trend among them to market and promote their products through false claims has made the situation even worse. Added to this are the myths, notions and misconceptions about the effectiveness and practice of homoeopathy, obscuring its true potential. Continue reading →

Looking for a good homoeopath?

Before choosing a homoeopath Finding a good homoeopath is the first step towards regaining health. A wrong selection may delay your return to health. It may even make your problems worse. Don’t be hasty in making a choice. Ask your friends and relations; they might be able to recommend someone they personally know. If possible, visit his clinic and have a chat with his patients. Try to find answers to the following questions: Continue reading →

Want to avoid surgery?

Saved from being subjected to an unnecessary surgery! The testimonial of Professor Badruz Zaman of the Federal Urdu University, Karachi, below, shows, how at times the orthodox medicine (Allopathy) could fail in properly diagnosing a case despite using modern diagnostic tools. On the other hand, how homoeopathy relying on the signs and symptoms of the patient as a guide to establishing a diagnosis can afford relief. Continue reading →