Homoeopathy is a holistic system of healing aiming to achieve, and then maintain, a good state of health.

It is a different way of looking at health, treating you and your symptoms as unique, healing the whole person not just the ailment. Based on the principle of like cures like, a substance that produces certain symptoms in a healthy person will, when given in homoeopathic doses, cure those same symptoms in a sick person.

This natural medicine is gentle and safe, giving long-lasting benefits without any damaging side-effects. Homoeopathic remedies work by stimulating your natural
healing mechanisms, and at the same time strengthen your defences making you
less susceptible to ill-health.

Remedies are made from minute amounts of plant, mineral or animal extracts. They are non-toxic, non-habit forming, and are tested on people rather than animals.

The Consultation

The key to homoeopathy is to understand you as a unique person and finding the remedy that best matches you and your symptoms.

Good health involves both the mind and the body so time is taken to listen to your emotional responses as well as to your physical symptoms. You will be asked how your symptoms affect you, about yourself and your characteristics, your lifestyle, your preferences and your family history. At all times anything you say is treated with professional confidence.

The initial consultation takes approximately one and a half hours for adults, and an hour for children. Subsequent consultations last about thirty to forty five minutes. The information you give will be used to formulate your personal prescription. This may
take a few days and a remedy will be posted to you. Remedies are easy to take and pleasant to the taste.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does the Treatment Take?

This depends on the patient's vitality, the length of time of the illness and the nature of the illness itself. Generally at least three appointments would be required.

Any restrictions to diet?

The main restriction if coffee as it seems to antidote the homoeopathic remedies. It is also recommended that mint is avoided if possible. The patient's diet and lifestyle will be taken into consideration and advice given if appropriate.

What Homoeopathy Can Treat?

Homoeopathy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions.

Its gentle non-invasive nature makes it suitable in pregnancy, in the care of new-born babies and for children's health problems.

Homeopathy Facts

Treatments for Adults include:

  • Most common diseases.Allergies, hay fever.
  • Digestive problems, diarrhoea, IBS, constipation, ulcers
  • Diseases of the elderly e.g. arthritis, shingles, sleep problems, bladder complaints
  • PMT, Menopausal problems, pregnancy and infertility
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Psychological and emotional problems
  • Stress, anxiety, depression
  • Relationship problems
  • Low energy, chronic tiredness
  • Trauma, shock, grief, loss
  • Gout

Treatments for Children include:

  • Colic, teething problems, skin eruptions, eczema, psoriasis
  • Fears and phobias, bed-wetting
  • Children's diseases, coughs and colds
  • Ear aches, glue ear
  • Asthma
  • Learning difficulties

Treatments for Teenagers include:

  • Emotional complaints, eating disorders
  • Exam nerves, exhaustion, stress
  • Acne and spots
  • The onset of periods and period problems
Sujal Zaveri

Sujal Zaveri


Having been brought up in India I was surrounded by home remedies and alternative treatments of all kinds. Over the years I became familiar with the benefits of holistic and natural therapies and used them regularly for myself. However as a stereo typical Indian person my future was
medicine or engineering and I
chose engineering.

A few years down the road after another day at the steel works I decided to train and follow my real passion which was Homeopathy. Since then I have not looked back and the rewards of treating my family and my clients are not measurable. Adults, Children and pets are all reaping the fruits of this often misunderstood treatment and I hope that one day it will be used as the first line of treatment before conventional treatment of many illnesses.

Sujal woks as a self employed, independent practitioner.