Articles with topic Research
The defining of medicine and the role of homeopathy in modern healing
The origin of homeopathy and 18th Century medicine
Homeopathic medicine came to light at the end of the 18th century, through the work of Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician, chemist and scholar. He practiced medicine for a...
Tools To Help You Write High Quality Homeopathic Case Reports
An interview with Dr Robbert van Haselen
This is the 4th in a series of interviews covering Covid-19 Data collection and research.
I recently had the honour of talking to Dr Robbert van Haselen, MSc. He brings his scientific background to homeopathic research, pharmacy and practice. Dr....
Health Hawk- Recording The Patient’s Voice
An overview, following discussions with Dr Philippa Fibert
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Dr Philippa Fibert, who is involved in the Health Hawk projects together with Dr Clare Relton. She states that “Health Hawk is group of homeopaths working in...
When Bad Science Discredits Good Medicine
By Ananda More HD, DHMHS Homeopath and Filmmaker
Republished from Greenmedinfo.com
The message that homeopathy doesn’t work has been hammered by the mainstream media and the medical...
A Bibliography of Basic Research in Homeopathy
Many thanks to Dr. Iris Bell who shared this wonderful and extensive list of studies in basic research of homeopathy.
Why is this important? Because when studies done in vitro, on cell lines, plants, or simply the actual remedies themselves all...
Why More Homeopathic Research Is Not Enough
This is the beginning of a new series discussing science and how we need to think about and approach the science and research of homeopathy. Guest writer Dr. David Nortman ND provides excellent perspectives on the philosophy and sociology of science and how that affects and limits our understanding of homeopathy.