Frequently asked questions

It’s good to have questions. We want to make sure you have all your questions answered to integrate this practice into your life.

what’s the difference between homeopathy and Naturopathy?

Homeopathy uses remedies, produced by taking a substance and conducting a series of dilutions and agitations on the substance in order to reach certain levels of potentization. Classical homeopathy is a single system form of medicine.

Naturopathy uses mainly tinctures sometimes paired with vitamins and minerals, dietary adjustments or other alternative medicines.

Homeopathy and naturopathy can be used together. Both have a holistic approach to health and wellness.


Generally you can find basic homeopathic remedies in stores at a 6C, 12C or 30C.


X = 1 part tincture (substance) to 9 parts solvent = 1X

C = 1 part tincture to 99 parts solvent = 1C

Repeat the process with 1 part 1X or 1C with 9 (1X) or 99 (1C) to produce 2C etc. The higher the number, the higher the potency.

At 12C and above, the dilution factor exceeds Avogadro's number. It is past the dilution of 12C where the ability to measure molecular substance stops. Past molecular presence is where the energetic stimulus increases in depth. Higher potencies are less material in nature and will therefore stimulate the energetic parts of the human being. 

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