Simple difficulties: what do homeopathy and traditional medicine have in common?
Under traditional medicine, most often mean those methods of treatment that were successfully used by our great-grandmothers
Under traditional medicine, most often mean those methods of treatment that were successfully used by our great-grandmothers. Ointments based on herbs, tinctures, various folk methods of treatment. Of course, now, in the 21st century, medicine has made a big leap, and if before it was close to nature, now it has become more of a right hand of progress and nanotechnology.
However, this does not mean that traditional medicine has outlived its usefulness.
Now homeopathy is the closest to traditional medicine. This science is based on the use of various natural substances and their properties to get rid of a particular disease. Tinctures, drops, flower collections, decoctions - this is all that now characterizes homeopathy. And it also has something in common with traditional medicine.
The bottom line is that no matter how many different drugs have been synthesized, they are all based on the properties of the substances included there. But homeopathy offers an independent combination of these substances, thereby selecting and deducing an individual formula for each patient, while conventional modern medicine, instead of collecting a formula, "adjusts" people to the existing ones, without achieving 100% coincidence and not getting such a brilliant result.