frequently asked questions
What is Electropathy?
In sick person, the body fluids, lymph & blood become polluted and all the parts become abnormal state, which is why the disease develops in the body. Electropathy is system of dynamic form of healing force [energy] extracted from the plants [as a comparison to electric current, a source of invisible energy]. It preserves and controls the organism Lymph and Blood, consisting of atoms, molecules, cell tissues, organs etc, by purifying them and returning them back to the normal state. The sick person recovers speedily and completely.
What is Electro?
The name Electro Homoeopathy comes from the Electro [energy] content extracted from the plants, and the way this energy is extracted and made into the remedies. Electro is not related to the electricity current and not using any type of electric machine in the treatments.
Why was the name given Electro Homoeopathy?
Electro Homoeopathy is a name given by the founder, on the basis that those remedies are class of energy conforming to the law of similar and they posses a power and promptness and speed of action of the remedy which allows them to be compared to electricity.
Who discovered it?
The Italian noble Count Cesare Mattei discovered these remedies in the later part of the 1800’s in Bologna, Italy. Under the influence of the philosopher Paolo Costa, Count Mattei was induced to devote his time and wealth to the service of humanity. He was elected as a member of the Roman Parliament but soon abandoned political life and gave himself up entirely to medical studies. He acquainted himself with the researches of the illustrious Hahnemann, the discoverer of original Homeopathy, and also with human polarity. Being a herbalist himself, he prepared these remedies from herbs and named them Spagyric Homoeopathic medicines.
Who was Theodore Krauss?
Theodore Krauss was the disciple of Count Mattei. Mattei made only 38 remedies in his life time but Krauss added more 22 remedies in his life time. After death of Count Mattei the progress and development was stopped in First World War, so therefore Krauss took charge and established the pharmacy of Spagyric homeopathy in Germany which is why this pathy also known as spagyric method of Krauss.
The proving of remedies
Electropathic remedies work on the principle that diseased organisms are far more sensitive than healthy organisms and change the condition of the bodily fluids. A remedy should not be given to remove the symptoms of the body but to work on the cause of the disease.
What is the difference between Electropathy & other therapies?
Electropathy is a system of medicine that draws all of its remedies from non-poisonous plants. It does not use sources from the mineral or animal kingdom. The remedies work with nature and help the healing force in the shape of Electro element.
Who can use Electropathic remedies?
Electropathy can be used by anyone of any age group who suffers from acute to chronic illnesses, for example, depression, arthritis, migraine, ulcers or ME.
What does the treatment involve?
Electropathy treatment is always based on the Law of Temperament. The patient may be lymphatic, sanguine, mixed or of a nervous temperament. The person belonging to a specific temperament will show symptoms based on that constitution. In order to learn the constitution of the patient, a full background into their history any inherited family health matters is required. A remedy is then given accordingly.
What are the side effects?
These remedies are all extracted from non-poisonous plants and do not create drug addiction or side effects. All remedies use the physical properties and not the chemical ones and are therefore ideal to combat the human body disorders without any side effects.
How do Electropathic remedies work?
The manner of preparing these compound remedies is the method of “cohobation”. This method uses plant extracts in the higher energies (vital force). This is a very potent invisible force, abstract in the natural form and transforms every constitution of the living being as an ‘Od Force’ (vital force). Each remedy is derived from the active enzymes of several plants. When the complex remedy is administered to the patient it completely covers and controls the body. The remedy will then move through the body acting on the parts that require it. As soon as the diseased part is sufficiently saturated with the remedy, it stops to absorb it. When all the parts of the body have been healed, the medicine itself is no longer absorbed.
Who is authorised to administer the treatment?
The qualified Practitioner who are trained and registered. N.E.H.M is an organisation of Qualified Professional Electropaths and they are bound by a strict code of ethics and obliged to carry professional indemnity insurance, so that the public may seek treatment with absolute confidence.
What does the treatment involve?
This will depend on the individual & their personal health fitness. The holistic approach to illness needs to be given time & many ailments will not disappear overnight. Therefore a course of treatments is recommended to get the best result. Spagyric Homoeopathy treatment is always based on the Law of Temperament. The patient may be lymphatic, sanguine, mixed or of a nervous temperament. The person belonging to a specific temperament will show symptoms based on that constitution. In order to learn the constitution of the patient, a full background into their history any inherited family health matters is required. A remedy is then given accordingly.
What to expect when, visiting a practitioner?
The patient will be asked questions relating to their medical history and perhaps that of their immediate family. Lifestyle questions, such as stress levels, diet; exercise regimes, and sleep patterns will be asked to ensure that a holistic approach is taken. Their own expectations of the treatment and what they hope the therapy will achieve will also be discussed. It is necessary for the practitioner to know that the patient comes under which temperament then the treatment can be assessed.
The disease or condition they are displaying will also indicate what medicines should be taken. The patient will need to take the medicines, which come in the form of pill and liquid. You will be asked to attend another consultation when your prescription may change.