Health is the state of harmony between the body and mind. Disturbing harmony results in health problems. A person experiences two kinds of health problems - Common and Uncommon. Common are those found in most cases of a people having a particular problem, whereas uncommon reflects the individuality of a person. This is the basis for individualizing approaches for each person in homeopathy.
Each organ has no separate existence in the body, i.e. the organs are interdependent. When a particular organ has a problem, the chain of harmony is broken and the problems start surfacing. In Homeopathy, the individual should be addressed as a whole rather than by each organ separately.
There won’t be any problems when health is in a harmonious state. This should be achieved by individualizing, selecting a remedy by the law of similar, and administering a minimum and diluted remedy with no side effects. The mind and emotions are under consideration for remedy selection in homeopathy. At the end, the mind feels calm and peaceful along with the harmonious state at the physical level.
A little stimulus improves personal constitution to bring health back themselves.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose or treat any health condition and is not a replacement for treatment by a healthcare provider.