“I have always thought that Homeopathy seemed so right, yet it wasn’t until about two years ago that I actually went to see a homeopath.”
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George Bernard Shaw was an Irish playwright and Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1925. He was also a strong advocate of homeopathy.
During the past 200 years, homeopathy has flourished in India. It is recognised and funded by government and has broad usage across all sectors of the populace.
Read one person’s treatment journey with their troubling eczema. It began with suppression by steroids and antihistamines to eventual cure with homeopathy.
Summary: When a pharmacist recommended a popular potentised remedy for Jimmy Wale’s sore throat the Wikipedia founder went on a public forum, Quora, and vented his hatred of homeopathy and …
Based on the song “American Pie”, this musical offering by Bara Waters and Robert Cassard sheds light on a little-known drama: homeopathy’s early popularity in the US, followed by its …
Did you know Abraham Lincoln was a huge supporter of homeopathy? So were many of his advisers. Read about early American homeopathy and AMA hostility toward it.
It is always interesting when well-known people or celebrities tell how they use homeopathy. Such is the case with professional tennis player and busy mum, Annabel Croft.
Farmers, vets, members of the homoeopathic community and politicians met earlier this year at the Scottish Parliament to discuss how homeopathy could play a role in reducing the need for …