Homoeopathy is the medical practice of treating like with like. That is to say, treating an illness with a substance which when taken by a healthy person produces symptoms similar to those displayed by the person who is ill.

Letter 47

Alfred Gardens
17th October 2010

I have been a patient at Dr Saran Zeb’s clinic since 2008 after I became extremely ill and was recommended by a family member who was already a patient at his clinic. I started suffering from pain in my back which spread to other parts of my body and I soon became restricted to bed rest. I started off my going to my GP who told me it was not a major problem and was only due to weather changes and gave me some antibiotics.
Over the next few weeks my condition got worse and became very slow and felt tired all the time even though I was on bed rest and did not move without any physical support from a family member. The antibiotics given to me by my GP gave me a very severe side effect which involved the corner of my eyes blood red, itchy and they used to water a lot. I could not go out into the sunlight without sunglasses because it would cause me a lot of pain in my eyes. Realizing that antibiotic were doing me no good I decided to visit Dr Saran Zeb and ask him for any help he could offer although I was not rather optimistic about whether his medicines would benefit me where as all antibiotics failed.
Through his visits where he took a detailed account of my condition every time helped him analyse where my symptoms were and he gave me medicines accordingly. To my surprise the medicines started showing effect within the first couple of days of me taking them. Gradually my body became more active and I was able to walk around and attend college normally again which looked rather impossible just a few weeks back. My eyes also lost the redness and it became possible for me to out without having to cover my eyes which were a huge relief.
Being a university student I would not think a twice about the NHS providing us this service because I find it difficult to pay for my medicines consider having to pay for my fees and other expenses that come along. I believe that I am not the only one that needs such medications to help them and would be grateful if service such as the one that Dr Saran Zeb provides is funded through the NHS. Especially university student like me, who may see expenses as an obstacle into getting such help. I am sure if NHS opted for this scheme it could be life changing for many people.
Miss H R