The health benefits and the healing powers of nature and traditional medicines are being increasingly recognised globally.
The health benefits and the healing powers of nature and traditional medicines are being increasingly recognised globally. In India, one doctor has been spearheading the cause of “reconnecting with nature” by treating several diseases using homoeopathy and natural products and inspiring people to live a natural life.
Indore-based Dr Swatantra Jain has devoted his life to the cause of promoting homoeopathy and natural living. Over the years, he has treated countless patients suffering from diabetes, blood pressure, joint pain, and liver, kidney, and heart ailments to get rid of health problems and diseases using homoeopathy.
“Nature has the remedy to most health problems and diseases. Homoeopathy uses nature’s power to treat any health problem or disease from the root and hence is more effective than other forms of medicine. Homoeopathic remedies have helped many of my patients avoid undergoing complicated operations over the years. My homoeopathic medicines strengthen the body’s natural immune system and help it fight diseases better. Adopting a healthy lifestyle that includes yoga, exercise, and proper diet also helps a great deal,” says Dr Jain.
Dr Jain has worked with patients from around the globe and helped them regain their health by eliminating various diseases from their roots. He aims to popularise the method of natural homoeopathy all over the world and help more people suffering from various diseases overcome them.
Dr Jain has been providing counselling and treatment to patients from across the country and the world in a selfless manner. His organisation Muktiyan Trust provides treatment to patients free of cost reflecting his commitment to people’s welfare rather than treating the field of medicine as a profession.
A successful spiritual writer and reputed motivational speaker, Dr Jain is also the vice president of the International Human Rights Organisation in Madhya Pradesh and has been doing a lot of work to promote human rights. His books including Mukti and Mukti Shikhar are a source of inspiration for many. He also holds important posts in many religious and social organisations and has been serving society and the nation in many ways.
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