WELCOME TO THE NZ HOMOEOPATHIC SOCIETY WEBSITE
Read about homoeopathy, its key features (potentised medicines, the prescribing of similars, and giving the minimum dose to effect cure); the history of the Society and what the Society has to offer; the story of homoeopathy in New Zealand; and articles from our journal, Homoeopathica.
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The Society was formed to promote what its charter document calls “pure homoeopathy” which is interpreted to mean especially the methods of Samuel Hahnemann and Clemens von Boenninghausen; but it also champions anything that advances the status of homoeopathy and wider understanding of its methods and medicinal merits.
Homoeopathy is a legitimate branch of medicine with its own range of specially prepared medicines and distinctive methods of prescribing them.
Did you know?
- “Patient outcome studies at the NHS homeopathic hospitals show that on average 70% of patients report positive health changes after homeopathic treatments – these are patients who have usually exhausted all the conventional options first and are coping with intolerable suffering.”
Faculty of Homoeopathy
- German soccer stars sold on homeopathic remedies
A study just published on how German sports doctors treat soccer aches and pains has revealed that Germany’s faith is in “homeopathic doping.”
“The success stories are impressive,” said Peter Billigmann, a sports doctor and the head of the institute that carried out the study.
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Homoeopathy (homeopathy) can look like a herbal therapy because a homeopathic remedy can be made from healing herbs; and it can seem to be a branch of naturopathy because it is a natural, alternative medicine; a holistic therapy looking after both men’s and women’s health as a cure or as a disease preventative. But a homoeopath (homeopath) is not a herbalist or a naturopath but someone who can offer a patient the services of a branch of medicine with a method of prescription based on matching symptoms, whether visible or internal or mental, with symptoms the same therapeutic agent has been known to cause. This information, to enable successful treatment using homœopathic remedies, has been found by trials on humans. A homœopath does not promote a product because it has been in the news, or in a magazine article, but makes selections on serious scientific methods.
So whether you want better health, even to improve sports performance, or to keep your home free of serious illness you should consider homœopathy.
More about homoeopathy – Frequently asked questions
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