ESCP BSc (Hons) LCHE RSHom
Homeopath and integrated Health Practitioner
"Sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong. When they are presented with the evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted. It would create a feeling that is extremely uncomfortable, called cognitive dissonance. And because it is so important to protect the core belief, they will rationalise, ignore and even deny anything that does not fit in with the core belief."
Frantz Fanon, 1952
In case you may have heard or read that there is no scientific research showing that homeopathy works, the latest research summary prepared by Dr. Iris Bell, Peter Gold and Mary Lou Sullivan will give you an idea of how far this is from the truth:
You can use the CAM Quest database for free and see for yourself the research gathered in it either per type of disease or per type of therapy:
The most reliable website for accurate and scientific information about homeopathic research is the Homeopathy Research Institute:
Hereafter various organisations that are active in the field of homeopathy either as registration bodies or for information purposes to the users of homeopathy and the general public:
The Society of Homeopaths is the UK’s largest group of registered professional homeopaths and has the stamp of approval from the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA). The PSA is a UK Government agency that protects the public by overseeing the regulation and registration of healthcare professionals:
I love Homeopathy
European Central Council of Homeopaths
The European Committee for Homeopathy
Homeopathy Resource Wordpress
Hereafter various articles or sites about the most recent developments in homeopathy, its possible applications in challenging fields of healthcare or its situation in distinct countries:
Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India
Switzerland to recognise homeopathy as legitimate medicine:
New Horizons in Water science. Evidence for homeopathy?
Antioxidants in homeopathy, a revolutionary concept
Antimicrobial resistance inquiry (UK Parliament)
In defense of Homeopathy
To understand the present and get a chance to anticipate future trends, knowing the past is indispensable:
The Flexner report of 1910: How homeopathy became "Alternative medicine"
For history geeks, the most brilliant website on biographies of homeopaths: