Allopathic preparations focus on the “symptom” and they are clearly useful, for instance, in emergency medicine, even if they do have potential side effects.

On the other hand, low dose medicine works on the whole body, “educating” it to react to the disease, with obvious advantages. In addition, low dose preparations have virtually no side effects.

The ideal solution is to combine the two, i.e. to use low dose preparations every time we need, especially before symptoms appear, and to use the allopathic preparations every time it is unavoidable, due to the particular severity of a disease, but making sure to avoid any abuse. Physicians will decide when to use one or the other.