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(PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Homeopathic remedies are a type of healing that focuses on natural solutions rather than traditional medicine. The idea behind the remedies is that the body will naturally heal when it is provided the right combination of natural healing and nutrition.
Although homeopathic remedies have been used in the United States for many years, the applications of the remedies are still being studied and observed. In some cases, the remedies focus on healing specific health concerns and problems, such as back pain. However, many applications are also being used in combination with traditional medicine so that the body can heal, and the risks associated with the remedies are limited.
In the United States, homeopathic solutions are regulated to ensure that they are safe for a specific purpose. As a result, they can be used in combination with other methods of healing to provide realistic relief from specific symptoms and health concerns.
The "Leading Edge" series, with host Jimmy Johnson, will explore different remedies that are used as alternatives to traditional medicine, and the different applications of the remedies in an upcoming piece. During the segment, "Leading Edge" will explain how the remedies work and when they are appropriate for good health.
"Leading Edge" is a public broadcast. It is not distributed by PBS and it is available on public television channels. To learn more about upcoming segments or topics of discussion, visit http://www.leadingedgeseries.com or send an email to the producers at info(at)leadingedgeseries(dot)com.
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