Frequently Asked Questions

Please note: These questions and answers are not intended to be a substitute to advice from a qualified homeopath or homeopathic doctor. If any symptoms persist, you should always consult your GP. Homeopathy can be used in conjunction with conventional medicine but please ensure both your homeopath and your GP are aware of the drugs and remedies you are taking.


Homeopathy Research

Whilst Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) are not necessarily the best way to measure homeopathy as they have been designed to measure the effectiveness of pharmaceutical drugs that are purely about treating a particular symptom rather than the whole person, there have indeed been a number of positive outcomes from clinical trials into the effectiveness of homeopathy. This page contains links to key research on homeopathy – useful when answering questions about the evidence base.

The Faculty of Homeopathy and the Society of Homeopaths both have excellent pages on homeopathy research on their websites. Please click on the links below:










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