Resources & Research

Homeopathy is a fully developed system of medicine that is based on a set of principles. One of these is like cures like, meaning that symptoms of the body resulting from a state of imbalance can be healed by giving it a substance found in nature that causes those same symptoms. For example, when you cut an onion, you experience burning, watery eyes. The homeopathic remedy Allium cepa, which is made from red onion, may help alleviate these symptoms due to cold or allergies.

Additional principles include the use of a single remedy for the totality of symptoms, which is all of your mental, emotional, and physical symptoms and the pattern they represent, given in the minimum dose needed to stimulate your body to heal.

The resources below can help you further understand homeopathy.

Magic Pills Documentary
Through conversations with scientists, homeopathic practitioners, and clients, this documentary examines the science and real life stories behind homeopathy.


Introducing Homeopathy Documentary 

Through interviews with leading minds in the fields of homeopathy and research, and through case success stories grounded in scientific methods, this documentary aims to reveal the true power of homeopathy and bring it to its rightful place in households and healthcare systems across the globe.


National Center for Homeopathy
This organization provides education and reliable resources on homeopathy and advocates for increased accessibility of homeopathy.


Council for Homeopathic Certification

This organization certifies individuals who meet and maintain recognized professional standards and ethical competence in classical homeopathy and maintains a directory to assist the general public in choosing appropriately qualified homeopaths.


North American Society of Homeopaths
This professional organization of homeopaths sets standards of competency in homeopathy, promotes and represent professional homeopaths, and enhances the role of the homeopathic profession as an integral part of health care delivery in North America.

You deserve healing, and homeopathy is a safe and gentle way to achieve restoration of health. The following published studies are a small sample of the large and growing body of research on homeopathy. I encourage everyone to exercise informed consent.
Adler, U.C., et. al. (2018). Double-blind evaluation of homeopathy on cocaine craving: A randomized controlled pilot study. Journal of Integrative Medicine 16(3): 178-184.

This study reveals that psychosocial rehabilitation alongside homeopathic Q potencies of two homeopathic medicines were more effective than psychosocial rehabilitation alone in reducing cocaine cravings.


Das, A.D., et. al. (2022). Efficacy of individualized homeopathic medicines in irritable bowel syndrome: A double-blind randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Explore. S1550-8307 (22)00169-0.

This study shows that individualized homeopathic medicines are significantly more effective than placebo in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. 


Frei, H., et. al. (2005). Homeopathic treatment of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a randomized, double blind, placebo controlled crossover trial. European Journal of Pediatrics 164(12): 758-67.

This study demonstrates the positive effects of homeopathy in the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, particularly in areas of behavioral and cognitive functions.


Jacobs, J., et. al. (2001). Homeopathic treatment of acute otitis media in children: A preliminary randomized placebo-controlled trial. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 20(2): 177-83.

This study demonstrates the positive effect of homeopathy in the treatment of acute otitis media (ear infection) when compared with placebo.


Jacobs, J., et. al. (2003). Homeopathy for childhood diarrhea: Combined results and metaanalysis from three randomized, controlled clinical trials. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 22(3): 229-34.

This article analyzes three independent trials of diarrhea in children and illustrates that individualized homeopathic medicine decreases the duration of acute childhood diarrhea.


Viksveen, P., et. al. (2018). Homeopathy in the treatment of depression: A systematic review. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 22: 22-36.

This article examines eighteen studies on homeopathy in depression and concludes that homeopathic medicines are comparable to some anti-depressants and superior to placebo in the treatment of depression with clinically significant effects. A significant portion of patients reported improvements in depression following treatment by homeopaths.


Witt, C.M., et. al. (2008). How healthy are chronically ill patients after eight years of homeopathic treatment? Results from a long-term observational study. BMC Public Health 8: 413.

This study, which followed over 3500 adults and children receiving homeopathic primary care services in Germany and Switzerland, found that patients who seek homeopathic treatment are likely to improve considerably and the effects persist for as long as eight years, indicating steady long-term health benefits.


Yakir, M., et. al. (2019). A placebo-controlled double-blinded randomized trial with individualized homeopathic treatment using a symptom cluster approach in women with premenstrual syndrome. Homeopathy 108(4): 256-269.

This study illustrates that individualized homeopathic medicines are associated with significantly greater improvement in premenstrual syndrome compared to placebo.