Homeopathy treats each person as a unique individual with the aim of stimulating their own healing ability. A homeopath selects the most appropriate medicine based on the individual's specific symptoms and personal level of health.
This website has been designed to introduce you to the healing potential of homeopathy and make it easier for you to find a qualified practitioner, who is regulated by one of the UK’s homeopathic registering bodies.
- Homeopathy is the second largest system of medicine in the world. 1
- There is a substantial body of scientific research demonstrating homeopathy is an effective form of treatment.2
- There are over 3,000 registered practitioners across the UK. 3
- Homeopathy can be prescribed alongside other forms of medicine.
- Each homeopathic medicine is specifically matched to the patient.
- It is a well-regulated and safe form of medicine with little or no side-effects.
- Homeopathy has been established and refined for over 200 years.
- 70% of those that use homeopathy experience improvements in health.4
The question is - have you tried it?
1. The World Health Organisation.
2. British Homeopathic Association, Mathie, R. The Research Evidence Base for Homeopathy, 2009.
3. UK register bodies.
4. 6-year study at Bristol Homeopathic Hospital, 2005.
24 Apr 2016
A Perfect Balance- Homeopathic Homeostasis
As we have spent April celebrating Hahnemann’s Birthday, and in turn Worldwide Homeopathy Awareness Week, it is fitting, in Hahnemann’s honour, to briefly focus on one of the key teachings in The Organon, that of striving to achieve the perfect … Continue reading
09 Apr 2016
FREE Homeopathy App
4Homeopathy launches their new, free app in time for UK Homeopathy Awareness Week (10-16th April). A new digital platform to enable the public to find a registered homeopath, get information on homeopathy and find out about commonly used homeopathic medicines. … Continue reading
22 Mar 2016
A Homeopathic and holistic approach to the treatment of depression, with reference to current conventional management
Article with thanks to Gill Graham BSc (Hons) BA (Hons) RS Hom, DHMHS ‘By March, the worst of winter would be over. The snow would thaw, the rivers begin to run and the world would wake itself up again. Not … Continue reading