Historical Review | Homeopathic Drug Regulation

By Laura Held & Holly Sullivan, J.D. Background The estimated $1.2 billion dollar homeopathic drug industry in America supports small businesses, creates substantial job opportunities, and provides individuals with access to safe, effective, nontoxic, and affordable homeopathic drugs to restore and maintain one’s health. Homeopathic medicine is a complete system of medicine used by nearly […]

Homeopathy for Fever: A Mother’s Story

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This is the second in our new series, Stories of Homeopathy. To read the rest of the stories in the series, click here. By Dierdre Beard My family first started using homeopathy about five years ago when my oldest son, Augustus, was really sick for the first time at age 2. Before that, he had […]

Stories of Homeopathy

Stories of Homeopathy in text, a small vial with homeopathy pellets spilled out on the table

Have you wondered, is Homeopathy right for you? Have you read allthethings but you’re still skeptical? Are you interested in hearing real stories from real people about what homeopathy has done for them? Introducing our new series Stories of Homeopathy. Real people sharing real stories of what made homeopathy real to them! We’ll update this […]

Homeopathy and My Mother’s Back Pain: A Homeopathy Story of Happy Tears

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This is the first in our new series, Stories of Homeopathy. To read the rest of the stories in the series, click here. By Tiffany Bloomingdale, ND. On March 28, 2013, my mom’s back pain led to her having back surgery due to a herniated lumbar disc. Soon thereafter, in mid-2014, she had a return […]

HAT Team Advocacy Update- February

Check out the an update our president, Paola Brown recently sent us on the AFHC advocacy work! Homeopathy on the Hill Marches Forward   Dear Homeopathy Supporter,   Our April Homeopathy on the Hill (HOH) event is creeping closer on the calendar and if you haven’t already signed up, I urge you to do so. […]

The History of Homeopathy

This article is part of our new series, Getting Started With Homeopathy. To read the rest of the articles in the series, click here. By Haroula Battista, Hon. BSc., DHMHS, HOM, Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine, @homeopathy_school_in_toronto Homeopathy is not a new age concept, in fact, the fathers of medicine referred to the basic foundational principle of […]

HAT Team January Advocacy Update

Homeopathy Petition While Congress Listens Dear Homeopathy Supporter, You were hearing from me all last fall about our Citizen Petition to the FDA which proposes to put a solid and reasonable regulatory foundation under homeopathy. Back then, I asked you to post comments supporting that petition on the FDA website. And you’ve come through with […]

How Does Homeopathy Work?

This article is part of our new series, Getting Started With Homeopathy. To read the rest of the articles in the series, click here. By Haroula Battista, Hon. BSc., DHMHS, HOM, Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine, @homeopathy_school_in_toronto “In the healthy condition of man…rules with unbounded sway, and retains all the parts of the organism in admirable, harmonious, […]

HAT Team Advocacy Update

Our advocacy work has made a mark on the FDA’s budget for 2021. If you recall last summer there was an amendment proposed by Rep. Biggs that would have not given the FDA any funding for the Draft Guidance. In lieu of passing the amendment, a Congressional delegation met with the FDA to discuss concerns […]

Announcement: The fall 2020 Pledge Drive: Revolutionary Women in Homeopathy

We’re happy to announce the 2020 Pledge Drive and it’s accompanying theme: Revolutionary Women in Homeopathy. The 2020 Pledge Drive will take place on Nov 9 – Nov 13. DONATE AND ENTER THE RAFFLE NOW If you’ve been here long, you probably know a bit about why we all care so much about homeopathy! Homeopathy […]