What is it?

Homeopathy is a form of medicine that has been used for over 250 years deriving substances from nature to treat a myriad of health conditions. It was established by a German physician and chemist, Samual Hahnemann (1755-1843) and based on the principles of ‘likes cures likes’.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recognised and declared homeopathy as being the second most used medical system internationally. Countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany and India use homeopathy in both clinical and hospital environments, and it is through this wide use and clinical observations that homeopathy’s effectiveness and methods are supported.