Happy Homeopathy Awareness Week!


Happy Homeopathy Awareness Week!

It’s Homeopathy Awareness Week around the world. Learn more about homeopathy, and how to celebrate.

Dr Samuel Hahnemann, credited with developing the system of medicine known as homeopathy, was born April 10, 1755. That’s why the week of April 10 has been designated Homeopathy Awareness Week. So happy birthday to Hahnemann, and happy Homeopathy Awareness Week to the rest of us!

If you’re unfamiliar with homeopathy, it’s the perfect time to get to know more about this fascinating and unique system—see the “Learn more!” section below. If you’re already familiar with it, pat yourself on the back. Homeopathy is becoming more and more popular in North America, and is already very popular in other parts of the world, such as Europe.

Many groups are celebrating Homeopathy Awareness Week around the world. This year, the week’s theme is “Homeopathy for Trauma & Disasters”, as homeopathic remedies are designed to treat everything from acute trauma (such as bruises, strains, and sprains) to chronic effects of trauma (such as grief and emotional stress).

Learn more!

Interested in learning more about homeopathy?

  • Read our article “Deciphering Homeopathy.” 
  • Learn about how we can all help to bridge the divide between conventional and complementary medicine. 
  • Check out the Canadian Consumers Centre for Homeopathy and the Canadian Society of Homeopaths.
  • Stay tuned for our upcoming article “Homeopathy 101” in our May 2013 issue.
  • Discover what’s happening to celebrate Homeopathy Awareness Week in your community.
  • To find a homeopathic remedy for you, drop by your local health food store and talk to their in-store expert. There is a wide variety of homeopathic preparations available to treat simple conditions. For an even more personalized and thorough approach, visiting a professional homeopath is best.

What do you think?

How have you used homeopathy in the past? Or, if you’re new to this system of medicine, are you interested in trying it out? Let us know via blog comments below, Facebook, or Twitter.


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