There are instances where homoeopathy reaches it’s limits, e.g. after a serious accident, with oversized gallstones or tumours. In such cases, homoeopathy can be used to support a patient before or after medical surgery and/or as a secondary treatment during convalescence. The inner well-being of the patient is at the heart of supporting palliative care.
Limits of Homoeopathy are reached:
- in case of unavoidable surgical intervention
- if cells of non-regenerating organs are destroyed
- in case of insufficient care, nursing and monitoring
- in the final phase of a fatal disease