Homeopaths and their patients worldwide have known for over 200 years the irreplaceable value that homeopathy offers in the healing of so many pathologies, discomforts, and illnesses. But we are being told differently, particularly across various forms of media and by some well-meaning medical sources, that our own personal experiences and health outcomes are not to be trusted.
These misinformed sources might refer to homeopathy as “unscientific” or “psuedoscience”, claiming that “there’s no research” to support homeopathy’s principles. One just needs to look to the popularity and clinically successful use of homeopathy throughout Europe and the rest of the world to understand how unfortunately misinformed the public and health authorities are in the U.S.
The truth of the matter is that there exists in fact a bounty of definitive scientific evidence supporting homeopathy. While homeopathy research is challenging for a number of reasons (including individuality of treatment and research budgets amounting to a tiny fraction that for commercial medicine), we continually find more and more definitive scientific proof of homeopathy’s unrivaled efficacy and effectiveness.
Here I’ve compiled some links on homeopathy research. I invite you to explore this research, and to consider for yourself whether homeopathy has scientific backing. (note: you will find repetitions of studies listed in the pages below; I prefer to be thorough and not leave anything out.)
Americans for Homeopathy Choice – Compendium of Homeopathic Research
International Academy of Classical Homeopathy (IACH) – Positive Articles
Homeopathy Research Institute (HRI) – Essential Evidence
National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) – Research Library
American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH) – Guide to Homeopathic Research
AIH Homeopathy Research Evidence Base