Homeopathic Detox Therapy (HDT)
From birth and even before, a human being encounters substances that can be harmful to the body. Every human being is different, so where one person develops complaints, the other will not. The body has excellent ways to detoxify. However, gradually the substances can accumulate and the body can no longer adequately drain. This may eventually cause (chronic) symptoms. Chronic symptoms occur at ever younger age.
With Homeopathic Detox Therapy health problems caused by toxic substances can be tackled. Examples of possible harmful substances are hormonal contraception and treatment (prednisolone, corticosteroids), anaesthesia in surgical and dental treatment, antibiotics, vaccinations, painkillers, paint and solvents, narcotics and environmental pollution. Homeopathic remedies are used in combination with orthomolecular supplements to enhance the detoxification process.
Homeopathic Detox Therapy can improve long existing vague complaints and symptoms of serious chronic diseases such as asthma, eczema, PMS, ADHD / ADD, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, migraines, autism, Lyme disease and epilepsy. Also acute and chronic effects of vaccinations can be treated successfully.
HDT combines classic homeopathy with homeopathic detox to support the body in the detoxification of harmful substances and to regain a good balance.
A time line is constructed during consultation to obtain an overview of the occurrence of complaints. When harmful substances seem to play a role in the development of complaints, the HDT method might be of help. For example, complaints since vaccinations or surgery (anaesthesia) or hormonal imbalance due to hormonal contraception or use of hormonal creams. The treatment comprises of one or more homeopathic detox / balance courses, a remedy that fits the totality of the person concerned and, possibly, supplements to support the homeopathic courses. The aim of HDT is to assist the body in detoxifying and to improve organ functions.
Side effects of medicines and vaccinations can be reported at Lareb.