homeopathic

[hoh-mee-uh-path-ik]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or according to the principles of homeopathy.
2.
practicing or advocating homeopathy.

Origin:
1815–25; homeo- + -pathic

homeopathically, adverb
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homeopathy or homoeopathy (ˌhəʊmɪˈɒpəθɪ)
 
n
Compare allopathy a method of treating disease by the use of small amounts of a drug that, in healthy persons, produces symptoms similar to those of the disease being treated
 
homoeopathy or homoeopathy
 
n
 
homeopathic or homoeopathy
 
adj
 
homoeopathic or homoeopathy
 
adj
 
homeo'pathically or homoeopathy
 
adv
 
homoeo'pathically or homoeopathy
 
adv
 
homeopathist or homoeopathy
 
n
 
homoeopathist or homoeopathy
 
n
 
homeopath or homoeopathy
 
n
 
homoeopath or homoeopathy
 
n

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Example sentences
My first step to recovery was homeopathic treatment which included homeopathic remedy and serious diet change.
We use homeopathic remedies, healthy foods and generally have a healthier lifestyle.
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