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(With thanks to Miranda Castro for the original article: First Published in Homeopathy Today, February 2003 (Resource Issue)
Many veterinarians have their own websites full of information and articles. Just search for veterinary homeopathy to find them!
Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy–for referrals to veterinarians who practice homeopathy.
The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association
Informational sources on the web for everything and anything to do with animals and alternative treatments–including homeopathy.
Search for numerous inspirational and informative articles by noted homeopathic veterinarians including Christina Chambreau and Richard Pitcairn.
There are 138 homeopathy groups on the Yahoo website including this one for those wanting to talk about homeopathy for their pets.
Everyone’s favorite bookstores were Minimum Price Homeopathic Books and Homeopathic Educational Services. Most of the pharmacies (see below) also sell books.
Minimum Price Homeopathic Books: a comprehensive homeopathic bookstore with many book reviews. Flexible and varied search options make finding a book easy.
Homeopathic Educational Services: this site has an incredible number of books and products and a plethora of useful links.
Get some incredible deals on used/second-hand homeopathic books and kits and other homeopathic paraphernalia.
Go to the above site and click on the 9 th link down the page: ” Download-Seite Organon der Heilkunst” to download Hahnemann’s Organon in its original German.
An unbelievable collection of homeopathic books online many of which have photos and illustrations. Bradford’s biography of Hahnemann, The Life and Letters of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, is a distinct treasure. This site is seriously addictive: do not go to it late at night unless you can take your laptop to bed with you…
There are many websites offering homeopathic treatment by email–for both humans and animals. 262 sites came up when I searched for “homeopathic consultation” online–many from homeopaths in Pakistan and India. The homeopaths concerned may never meet or speak with their patients. As with all other consultations, you are advised to seek out homeopaths that are qualified as well as certified with reputable, national homeopathic organizations. It is always advisable to consult with your homeopathic practitioner face to face if at all possible.
Connect with enthusiasts from around the world and discuss everything homeopathic including philosophy, methodology, and materia medica.
Scroll down to the chart of therapies at the bottom of this (long) home page and click on homeopathy. The link at the top, “Homeopathic Discussion Groups,” takes you to a listing of these sites. The following are the most popular:
Browse the messages on the web’s biggest online homeopathy discussion board and join the list so you too can participate.
Another popular homeopathic discussion group.
A work-group on homeopathic theory and philosophy, this group is attempting to understand the Organon by going back to Hahnemann’s original German edition.
Live chats with homeopaths around the world make this site a unique resource. It has some interesting articles too.
There are a tremendous number of sites offering online education or distance learning opportunities: from basic, first-aid homeopathy courses to more comprehensive ones. Using the words “homeopathy” or “homoeopathy” and “distance learning” or “online” and “course” or “class” (e.g., “homeopathy online class” or “homoeopathy distance learning course”) will bring up hundreds or even thousands of results.
If you are interested in studying homeopathy at a real school instead of a virtual one, then search for “homeopathy school” or “homeopathy program.” You can find a listing of schools in the Resource Guide (Homeopathy Today, Feb 2003) , but you will find many more by searching on the web. Use the discussion groups to find out which schools or courses might suit you the best.
Several websites publish homeopathic events in the U.S. and around the world. Whole Health Now ( www.wholehealthnow.com ) and the NCH website ( www.homeopathic.org ) have the two best seminar, conference, and homeopathic events listings.
This German pharmacy site has hundreds of photographs of homeopathic remedies. Click on the British flag (for English!) and then click on “Arzneimittelliste” in the bar on the left-hand side and again on the same word in the middle of the next page that appears. All the remedies that have a “link” are listed in blue and can be clicked on for further information and many beautiful photos.
This British site has a surprisingly smart online remedy finder that is fun for when you are stuck in bed with a cough or the flu and are bored with playing computer games or watching daytime soap operas and the remedy you took isn’t working. The process of questioning takes you from the general to the particular in a way that encourages you to think like a homeopath!
A comparison of the 5th (German edition) and 6th (English) editions of the Organon with discussion and commentary from four homeopaths in Germany (comparing the original German edition with the English translations), Canada, South Africa, and the U.S.
This was where I got stuck in a veritable homeopathic wonderland of data. These sites are my and many other people’s favorites. If your favorite site isn’t here, let me know. (It may be because it isn’t up-to-date or is slow to load or has a ton of annoying ads on it.)
This French site–Homéopathe Internationale–is a homeopathic treasure trove. It was the most-recommended site by those who responded to my email request–it receives 6500 visitors a day. It is huge, glorious, and multi-lingual with the English sections clearly marked. It has articles galore, books online, and hundreds of photos of homeopaths old and new. There’s a page that defines old diseases by name–an invaluable resource when using old repertories.
The next favorite site was Homeopathy Home. It has tons of links, and over 3000 visitors a day. It was many people’s favorite jumping off point for all other sites.
Many papers including books, journals and papers online from the British homeopathic Library.
David Little’s site was the favorite for most students and practitioners wanting to study certain subjects in depth. The articles are of an extremely high quality.
Great site. Lots of articles for homeopaths and students–and lots of links too.
The site for Homeopathic Educational Services, it is packed with resources for the home prescriber and the serious homeopath.
Here you will find a couple of great articles: one on LM potencies and another on Boenninghausen’s remedy relationships.
Dr. Will Taylor’s remedy of the week is always worth visiting and studying.
This site was full of information–and very slow to load, but worth it. Click on the link to homeopathy, and access a number of great articles on homeopathy and vaccination.
Some homeopathic libraries provide online services, an invaluable resource for students and researchers.
The library of the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital in Scotland has a searchable database of thousands of books and journals.
This site has the most comprehensive listing of homeopathic libraries around the world…
Homeopathy Online magazine.
Many of this popular magazine’s articles are available on the website. They are well-written, informative, and supportive of effective alternative therapies.
This site has great information on alternatives to be used for various conditions. I look here for adjunct herbal and nutritional therapies.
www.webmd.com and www.medlineplus.gov
Information about diseases, diagnoses, medical terms, and drugs in accessible format and language.
National Women’s Health Information Center, a government site with information on medical topics relating to women.
Check out drug interactions and side effects here at one of the faster and better organized sites. At the same site you can find information on herbs (Chinese and Western) and three monographs on homeopathic remedies! ( Arsenicum, Argentum nitricum, and Calcarea carbonica) .
This is the Combined Health Information Database offered as an online resource through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
This is the public relations website for the Centers for Disease Control, where you can keep up to date with public health issues. There has been a lot of information lately about smallpox and vaccinations. You can check rumors and hoaxes here, which is always interesting and sometimes entertaining.
Click on Topic Links A-Z to access an astonishing amount of statistics and data.
The website of the National Center for Homeopathy: a clearinghouse for information about homeopathy in the U.S. and around the world; a full membership list (6000 members including practitioners and study groups).
The certifying body for professional homeopaths, the Council on Homeopathic Certification website has a searchable directory of board certified homeopaths.
North American Society of Homeopaths: NASH publishes an incredible yearly journal ( The American Homeopath ) dedicated to a deeper understanding of homeopathy.
American Institute for Homeopathy and American Board of Homeotherapeutics: publishes on its website a directory of medical doctors who practice classical homeopathy.
Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians: for naturopaths who practice classical homeopathy.
American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists.
The Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention of the U.S.: for the legal and formal aspects of homeopathic pharmacy.
The U.K. Society of Homeopaths: their online leaflets are practical and helpful.
The website for the European Council for Classical Homeopathy.
Pharmacies: U.S. Pharmacies
The following pharmacies all have extensive single remedy listings in varying potencies. Remedies from the major homeopathic manufacturers– BHI, Boiron, Standard, Hylands, Dolisos, Boericke and Tafel–are all available from your local whole food store. The following sites specialize in selling remedies on the web and each site has something special to offer.
Hahnemann Laboratories provides high quality remedies as well as lots of information about how they are made.
Order remedies, books, and kits from Washington Homeopathic Products’ popular site. Search their online edition of Boericke’s Materia Medica for your symptoms.
Homeopathy Overnight: an interesting, fast site once you get used to the search fields.
Natural Health Supply sells a spectacular number of kits (including LM potency kits) as well as individual remedies and books.
The Luyties site is the place to visit for Biochemic tissue salts and an interesting range of oils and ointments.
Pharmacies: International Pharmacies
The following English homeopathic websites are popular with those seeking remedies that are not available in the U.S. (for example, less commonly used remedies or recently-proven ones).
Homeopathic students and practitioners make all the remedies at Helios by hand.
By appointment to the Royal Family, Nelson’s has been manufacturing and selling homeopathic remedies since 1860.
Ainsworths also holds a warrant to supply members of the Royal Family. Ainsworths sells their own Bach Flower Remedies using Dr Bach’s original methods of preparation.
The full text of some provings–new and old–is available at some of these sites. I am sure there are many others–these are the ones that I knew about or came across as I stumbled about the web.
The site for Louis Klein’s published provings.
Julian Winston (illustrious editor of this magazine, inveterate historian, and homeopathic enthusiast extraordinaire) has published a number of old provings on his site that aren’t to be found easily elsewhere. Click on the “archives” link to get to them.
Provings from Misha Norland’s Devon School of Homeopathy.
Recommended guidelines for provings by the European Council of Classical Homeopathy.
There’s a searchable database of homeopathic provings.
There are links from this Council on Homeopathic Certification site to all sites with Directories including: the American Board of Homeotherapeutics, the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians, and the North American Society of Homeopaths–all certifying organizations, all of which have directories on their sites.
The NCH has a huge member and practitioner directory. Note that the NCH is not a certifying body, and all practitioners listed are simply members who have identified themselves as practitioners.
This website maintained by Steve Waldstein, RSHom(NA), has an extensive practitioner listing based on his personal opinions (i.e., it does not constitute a referral from a certifying body).
This is designed for those who are new to homeopathies, who wish to read how homeopathy can help their complaint and locate a homeopathic practitioner in their area.
There are a handful of companies producing excellent homeopathic software packages for the homeopathic student and practitioner.
Cara: free download available online.
Hompath: free download available online.
Radar and Encyclopedia Homeopathica: free demo available on request.
MacRepertory and ReferenceWorks: free demo available on request.
There are many more software programs for the home prescriber, some of which are under $50! Click on the Software Link on this site to see some of them.