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 84

2nd January 2013

To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing with regards to the treatment, I Mrs. A. B, have been receiving from Dr Saran Zeb at London Homoeopathic Clinic. Basically I had a very bad persistent cough for over a year which was troubling me a great deal and I had tried various courses of antibiotics from my GP but these were pretty much ineffective and did not help to stop my cough.
Therefore I tried to find an alternative means of treatment and that is when my daughter found out about London Homeopathic Clinic from the Internet, and as it was local to me I decided to try it out. So approximately 2 years ago I started going to see Dr Saran Zeb for treatment of my persistent cough, and for the one year or so I went regularly every month. I noticed that after a few months my cough was getting better and that the Homeopathic medicine was working, gradually over the year the cough had pretty much completely gone and the homeopathic medicine had worked its miracle cure on me finally.
To this date, in the winter I still sometimes get a bit of a cough, but immediately go to see Dr Zeb and get the medicine from him to get rid of the cough. I am truly grateful for the help and treatment given by Dr Zeb.
However, being a pensioner in the current economical climate, money is getting tighter and it is harder for me to continue to pay for the homeopathic medicine which I require regularly. Therefore it would be very beneficial to me if this medicine was available to me free of charge through the NHS, as this would mean a less financial burden on me and that I would be able to continue to get the help and treatment for my cough that I require, as clearly the normal antibiotics from the NHS didn’t work at all so I would be left pretty much helpless otherwise.
I thank you in advance you for your co-operation and understanding of my circumstances.
Kind Regards,
Mrs A. B.