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What is the difference between allopathic and homeopathic medicines?

Q: Are synthetic chemicals found in allopathic medicines equivalent to the natural chemicals found in fruits and vegetables required by the body? Do they rejuvenate the cells of our body by curing the disease and keeping our body healthy?

A:Allopathy is a term used by Homeopaths to designate all systems of medicine other than homeopathy. Modern medicine is based on proven scientific principles, which are evidence-based rather than the anecdotal principle of homeopathy. The debate over natural versus synthetic chemical used for treatment is complicated and comprises many issues. Without going into details, anything can be a poison in large amounts. Most poisons are natural. And certain poisonous chemicals can also be used in treatment, if used judiciously by experts.

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