A Strong Testimonial For Homeopathy

Homeopathy has helped millions of people overcome serious chronic diseases. It is a 200 year old system that has stood the test of time both in terms of efficacy and safety.

In this video, patient and British Homeopathic Association Trustee Lauren Vaknine talks about how homeopathy has helped her live a normal life. She believes that without homeopathy she would have ended up in a wheelchair due to her Rheumatoid Arthritis which she was diagnosed with at the age of 2.

The British Homeopathic Association which is the sister organisation of the Faculty of Homeopathy exists to promote homeopathy practised by doctors and other healthcare professionals. As a charity founded in 1902, the organization a long-established reputation for providing authoritative information and supporting research and training in homeopathy.


2 Responses

  1. Another great example of why homeopathy needs to be more available for all. Thanks for the great information and video!

  2. This woman was first helped by homeopathy and then on taking the conventional medical drugs went downhill so quickly only to be dramatically helped again by homeopathy.

    It shows the positive impact that homeopathy can have on chronic disease. There are many studies that show this especially the ones by Iris Bell MD, a professor at a University in the United States.

    Listening to this woman it is also clear that homeopathy can save governments MILLIONS of GBPs, Euros or dollars! We should be investing heavily in research and the practice of homeopathy in each and every country.

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