There have been over 500 studies from human, animal, plant and in-vitro scientific papers published in peer review journals to date.  They demonstrate that there is an abundance of well-constructed, objective evidence recognising the positive effect of using homeopathy in treating disease as well as maintaining health and vitality.

This multitude of studies show examples of how homeopathy is used worldwide.  Examples include the treatment of acute diarrhoea in children in Nepal and Cuba and malaria in Ghana.  In Britain and Germany, homeopathy is being used to minimise the adverse effects of cancer treatments while both male and female fertility issues are being addressed homeopathically in India.  Anxiety, ADHD and autism have become a focus for American researchers while systemic bacterial infections are a focus of European research and how homeopathy has a place in restoring health to these patients.

Safety, efficacy and cost effectiveness have all been shown to be beneficial aspects of homeopathy.

The NZCH supports and encourages research in all areas of Homeopathy and are keen advocates of the Homeopathic Research Institute.

Homeopathic Research Institute

HRI is an innovative international charity created to address the need for high quality scientific research in homeopathy.

A form of medicine this widely used needs to be researched, yet scientific research in homeopathy is a relatively new field. Consequently, there are many important, unanswered questions, such as, How effective is homeopathy compared with conventional medicine for specific medical conditions? 

Researchers around the world have begun to investigate these kinds of questions and some exciting results have been published, but more research is essential if we are to find the definitive answers both patients and healthcare providers need.

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