British Homeopathic Association

The British Homeopathic Association is a registered charity founded in 1902. The principal objects of the charity are to promote and develop the study and practice of homeopathy and to advance education and research in the theory and practice of homeopathy provided that the useful results of such research shall be published.

The British Homeopathic Association’s overall priority is to ensure that homeopathy is available to all by means of:

1.            Providing information about homeopathy
2.            Developing the evidence base for homeopathy
3.            Encouraging the education and training in homeopathy of healthcare professionals
4.            Ensuring patients have access to homeopathy
5.            Fundraising to support all of the above

We strongly believe that homeopathy should be fully integrated into the healthcare system and available as a treatment choice for everyone and have a long-established reputation for providing authoritative information.

The BHA works closely with the Faculty of Homeopathy, the professional body for doctors and other healthcare professionals who have additional training in homeopathy and incorporate it into their everyday practice.
 

What is homeopathy?

"Homeopathy is a form of holistic medicine used by over 200 million people worldwide to treat both acute and chronic conditions. It is based on the principle of ‘like cures like’ – in other words, a substance taken in small amounts will cure the same symptoms it causes if it was taken in large amounts.

Homeopathic medicines are manufactured using a process combining serial dilution and succussion (vigorous shaking). Homeopathic medicines are perfectly safe to use for babies, children and pregnant or breastfeeding women, who are under the supervision of a medically-qualified practitioner."

SOURCE : British Homeopathic Association