Neuro-emotional technique, or NET, is a chiropractic healing method that is used to stabilize any unresolved physical or behavioral patterns in the body. It uses speech, acupuncture, psychology, chiropractic and homeopathic remedies. According to the One Foundation, there are currently over 4,000 practitioners in the U.S., and most use homeopathic remedies to supplement their practice.
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is based on a whole-person evaluation. Everything from a personal medical history to body type and emotional status is used to determine the best remedy for the individual. Remedies are made using the principle of similars, which states that a substance that is used to produce symptoms in a healthy person can also cure those symptoms in a sick person. It also employs the principle of dilutions, or law of minimum dose, which states that the lower the dosage, the greater the effectiveness. The liquid in the remedy can be diluted up to 1 part per billion. While this amount might seem insignificantly small, it’s effectiveness has been proven in multiple studies.
Remedies are made with all-natural substances such as plants, minerals or animal products. The treatments are nonaddictive and safe for both children and adults. In 2007 the National Institutes of Health estimated that approximately 3.9 million adults and 900,000 children used homeopathy.
Choosing the Right NET Remedy
You and your licensed NET practitioner will choose the right remedy for your needs. Remedies for common complaints are premade. In some cases, patients may use a homeopathic doctor in conjunction with the NET practitioner to obtain individually formulated remedies.
You can buy remedies online or in person. They are compatible with any vitamins, supplements, herbs or prescription medicines that you are already taking. If you have any doubts, consult with your practitioner.
Common remedies are designed for digestive problems, nasal congestion, menstrual or hormonal imbalance, kidney problems, allergies, emotional or physical trauma and pain relief.
Medicines come in liquid, spray, pill or ointment forms. Be sure to follow directions carefully.