About Us
Natural Equivalents has the exclusive rights to distribute Homeostasis Products in Canada

Natural Equivalents is a Canadian company that has earned the exclusive right to distribute the Homeostasis line of homeopathic remedies in Canada.
Request Product Catalogue

Brief Homeopathy History

The German physician Samuel Hahnemann first formally articulated the principles of homeopathy in his famous work entitled the Organon of the Art of Healing in 1810.

The word homeopathy is derived from the Greek roots "omio" (meaning the same) and "pathos" (meaning suffering).

One of the principles of homeopathy is that the same entity which causes symptoms of disease in healthy subjects also is able to remove those same symptoms in sick subjects. Hence Hahnemann's theory "similia similibus curentur"" or "Like may be cured by like"".

The Homeostasis product line is manufactured in Canada by a facility in Toronto that has been licensed by Health Canada to manufacture homeopathic products.
We understand the primary belief of homeopathy, which is that only
the human body can heal itself.

As a result, homeopathic remedies work to provoke a reaction from the human body to
bring about recovery.

Another inherent benefit to homeopathic therapy is that the micro-dose nature of the
remedies are unable to produce any systemic toxicity. Homeopathy is a modality that
seeks to restore health by understanding the underlying basis of disease and not by masking symptoms of disease.

Homeostasis is proud to be manufactured in Canada and is capable of creating
custom formulations for qualified Practitioners.

There are very few such facilities in Canada that actually manufacture homeopathic
remedies. Most products on the store shelves and in practitioner’s offices are imported from Europe and the United States.

Each Homeostasis formulation has been designed by Dr. Manohar Sood, a homeopathic practitioner who has been trained in classic homeopathic medicine. Dr. Sood has been practice in Canada for the last 30 years and has recently brought his line of homeopathic remedies to the practitioner market in Canada.

Quick History of Homeopathy VS Traditional Drugs

Modern medicine has evolved based on a reductionist scientific model in the sense that “disease” has been
reduced to be the a single physiological response or “symptom”.

Consequently, modern day drugs are developed based on models that target the symptom and not necessarily the
disease. For example, Acetaminophen is the most widely prescribed OTC pharmaceutical today. Acetaminophen
inhibits the formation of internal biochemical messengers (the prostaglandins) so that the symptoms (headache,
pain, inflammation) are managed, however, the etiology responsible for the headache, the pain or the inflammation
is not addressed.

As an alternative, Homeopathy is a method of self-medication by stimulating the body’s defensive powers. This
activates the body’s capability to react, regulate, adapt and restore itself on a natural basis. Therefore, Homeopathy
complies with a new way of thinking about healing, with more awareness being placed on the body’s inherent
restorative abilities.

The downside of homeopathic therapy is that it is not a magic bullet in the sense that the almost instant relief one
experiences after "popping" modern-day medications does not happen with homeopathic remedies. Given that
disease is by nature multifactorial and that chronic diseases manifest over years, it makes sense that homeopathic
remedies require time to have any effect.