Homeopathy Awareness Week is celebrated annually between April 10th and April 16th.
It is a time of celebration of both homeopaths and those who have been healed and supported with homeopathy as well as for raising awareness to let people know more about homeopathy, a time to exchange and discuss ideas, promote homeopathic institutions worldwide, and give people additional information about the discipline.
The date of April 10, World Homeopathy Day, represents both the start of the awareness week and the birthday of Dr. Hahnemann, the founder of Homeopathy.
His work ‘The Organon of Medicine’, outlines the philosophy and the guiding principles upon which homoeopathy is based.
Some Interesting Facts About Homeopathy
Homeopathy helps an estimated 450 million people across the world each year
Homeopathy can be used together with other forms of medicine
Homeopathic medicines are prepared in a special way to make them safe, and they produce little or no unwanted reactions.
Homeopathic remedies are cost effective and sustainable.
An estimated 450 million people choose and use homeopathy and the World Health Organisation tells us that it’s the second largest system of medicine worldwide.
Homeopathy is both an art and a science
Homeopathy helps the body to heal by itself, and works to help the patient reach a higher level of health.
Homeopathic remedies work by communicating a pattern of energy through the entire body to activate the body’s healing mechanism.
Homeopathic remedies awaken and act as a catalyst to set healing into motion
Because homeopathy is a natural form of medicine, it is safe for everyone; this includes new babies, small children, adults, women during pregnancy, and for the elderly.