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Useful Homeopathy Links

Please note that inclusion of a link on this page does not imply endorsement of the website or organisation by the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths

Find a Homeopath

Find a Homeopath
Plenty of information about homeopathy and what to expect from your first visit to a homeopath, plus a search facility to find a registered homeopath in your area.
Website: www.findahomeopath.org.uk

Find a training course in homeopathy

Which Homeopathy Course? (WHC?)
An online guide for prospective students of homeopathy, to finding a training course which meets their particular needs
Website: www.whichhomeopathycourse.org

Homeopathy at Wellie Level (HAWL)
The Homeopathy at Wellie Level (HAWL)  course was developed specifically for farmers and stockpersons by the School of Agricultural Homeopathy, and is taught by homeopathic vets, teachers and homeopaths – all with farm experience.  This is the only course in the UK to provide qualified teaching aimed at empowering farmers to use homeopathy safely and effectively for their animals.
Website: www.hawl.co.uk/

Campaigns for homeopathy

The Homeopathy Hub
Protecting patient choice is at the heart of everything we do. Homeopathy is a form of treatment which plays a vital role in the lives of hundreds of thousands of people across the UK. There is, however, a movement to try and withdraw homeopathy from the public and make homeopathic medicines difficult to secure.
We are a central “hub” which provides accurate information on current campaigns to retain access to homeopathy. Details on how you can get involved and make your voice heard can be found on our website.
Website: www.4homeopathy.org/

H:MC21
Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century is based in the UK and exists to campaign for homeopathy and to provide access to information and research for homeopaths, patients and others interested in supporting diversity in medical approaches. As part of its work, H:MC21 provides information about the unscientific nature of the attacks on homeopathy, and on this H:MC21 site, an allied site (www.homeopathyworkedforme.org) , and via a newsletter, H:MC21 presents arguments, information and research for those who want to defend homeopathy.
Website: www.hmc21.org

Complementary health information

What Doctors Don’t Tell You
Website: www.wddty.co.uk

Books

Minerva Homeopathic Books
‘Friendly, helpful service offered by people who really know their homeopathy!’
Website: www.minervabooks.co.uk

Minimum Price Books
‘Almost every book on homeopathy.’
Website: www.minimum.com

The Homeopathic Book Company
‘Fast, efficient, reliable service at competitive prices.’
Website: www.homeopathicbooks.co.uk

Serpentina Books
Online shopping for a large range of new and second hand book on homeopathy
Website: www.serpentinabooks.com

Health insurance companies which recognise ARH

Birmingham Hospital Saturday Fund
Website: www.bhsf.co.uk

Foresters
Website: www.foresters.co.uk

Health Shield
Website: www.healthshield.co.uk

Norwich Union Health Insurance
Website: www.norwichunion.com

Patient Aid Association
Website: www.paycare.org

QUINN-healthcare
Website: www.quinn-healthcare.com

Simply Health (comprises HSA, BCWA, Healthsure, LHF and Totally Active)
Website: www.simplyhealth.co.uk

Westfield Health Scheme
Website: www.westfieldhealth.com

History of homeopathy:

Homéopathe International
Website: www.homeoint.org

Institut für Geschichte der Medizin der Robert Bosch Stiftung
(The Robert Bosch Foundation’s Institute for the History of Medicine)
The Institute’s archives house the private papers of Samuel Hahnemann, his second wife Mélanie d’Hervilly, and important students and successors, including Clemens and Friedrich von Bönninghausen. There is also a museum of artefacts that belonged to Hahnemann.
Website: www.igm-bosch.de

Homeopathic pharmacies:

Ainsworths
Homeopathic medicines for humans and animals, and a range of flower essences
Website: www.ainsworths.com

Helios
‘Homoeopathic remedies made by homoeopaths for homoeopaths.’
Website: www.helios.co.uk
Website: www.helioslondon.com

Homeopathic Supply Company
Website: www.homeopathicsupply.com

Neal’s Yard
Website: www.nealsyardremedies.com

Nelsons
‘Europe’s oldest manufacturer of homeopathic medicines.’
Website: www.nelsonspharmacy.com

New Vistas Healthcare
New Vistas Healthcare provides a range of quality products for homeopaths, doctors, naturopaths, nutritional therapists, vets, practising CAM professionals, and anyone else interested in integrating natural solutions for optimal health and vitality
Website: www.newvistashealthcare.com

Weleda
‘Anthroposophic and homeopathic medicines.’
Website: www.weleda.co.uk

The Herbal Apothecary
‘The Herbal Apothecary maintains the largest range of herbal medicines for practitioners in the UK.’
Website: www.herbalapothecaryuk.com

Homeopathic dentists

British Homeopathic Dental Association
The British Homeopathic Dental Association was founded in 1991 by a group of dentists who were (and still are) enthusiastic about using homeopathy alongside their dentistry. The objectives of the BHDA are to promote the use of homeopathy within the dental profession and to advance knowledge and understanding of the subject.
Website:  www.bhda.co.uk/

Homeopathic vets

The British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons
Working to advance the knowledge, understanding and practice of veterinary homeopathy.
Website: www.bahvs.com

Organisations representing homeopaths

The Faculty of Homeopathy
The Faculty of Homeopathy promotes the academic and scientific development of homeopathy and ensures the highest standards in education, training and practice of homeopathy.
Website: www.facultyofhomeopathy.org/

European Central Council of Homeopaths (ECCH)
The European Council for Classical Homeopathy (ECCH) represents professional homeopaths throughout Europe. Its primary objective is to ensure that quality homeopathy is available as a healthcare option to all citizens living in Europe. The ECCH has developed a number of guidelines that encourage and promote a high standard of homeopathic practice.
Website: www.homeopathy-ecch.org

Homeopathic charities

The British Homeopathic Association (BHA)
The British Homeopathic Association (BHA) promotes patient access to homeopathy, and works to make homeopathy available for everyone through providing useful and factual information but also through supporting education and research. Their website contains lots of useful information about NHS provision of homeopathy.
Website: www.britishhomeopathic.org/

Friends of the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine 
The FRIENDS is the charity of the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (RLHIM) which has been a flagship for an integrated approach to patient-centred healthcare in the NHS since 1948 – combining the best of conventional and complementary medicine to help patients of all age groups – many with chronic and long-term medical conditions. The Friends have been raising funds to provide support to the hospital’s patients and staff since 1975.
Website: www.friendsrlhim.org/

Homeopathy Action Trust (HAT)
The Homeopathy Action Trust (HAT) is the membership charity that encourages and supports public understanding of homeopathy, for the benefit of patients, practitioners and students. We believe Homeopathy is invaluable to many people and plays an important role in maintaining their health and wellbeing. The Trust advocates that patients retain their right to choose Homeopathic treatment and access to it through our projects, on the NHS or privately.
Website: www.homeopathyactiontrust.org/

Travelling Homoeopaths Collective
The Travelling Homoeopaths Collective offer a drop in acute clinic at many out door events during the summer months. Check their website for details.
Website: www.thc.org.uk