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Helga Fuller, CCH

Human beings are amazing and mysterious. While we are home to a myriad of chemical processes, we are also so much more. If you are looking for a path to healing for yourself, or your child, which addresses the spirit, mind, and body, then you will want to learn more about homeopathy.

Some of the famous fans of homeopathy include Mahatma Gandhi, Tina Turner, Paul McCartney, olympic sprinter Usain Bolt, soccer star David Beckham, and jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, who said:

“There have been two great revelations in my life:
the first was bebop, the second was homeopathy.”

Here are some essential facts about the prevalence of homeopathy around the world taken from HRI (Homeopathy Research Institute.)

http://www.hri-research.org/resources/essentialevidence/use-of-homeopathy-across-the-world/

Homeopathy use around the world

Worldwide

Worldwide, over 200 million people use homeopathy on a regular basis.12

Homeopathy is included in the national health systems of a number of countries e.g. Brazil, Chile, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Switzerland.

India

India leads in terms of number of people using homeopathy, with 100 million people depending solely on homeopathy for their medical care.1

There are over 200,000 registered homeopathic doctors currently, with approximately 12,000 more being added every year.3

Europe

100 million EU citizens, some 29% of the EU’s population, use homeopathic medicines in their day-to-day healthcare.2

Homeopathy is practised in 40 out of 42 European countries.4

  1. Prasad R. Homoeopathy booming in India. Lancet, 2007; 370:1679-80 | Full Text
  2. Homeopathic medicinal products. Commission report to the European Parliament and the Council on the application of Directives 92/73 and 92/74 | Full Text
  3. Ghosh AK. A short history of the development of homeopathy in India. Homeopathy, 2010;99(2):130-6 | PubMed
  4. Legal Status of Traditional Medicine and Complementary/Alternative Medicine: A Worldwide Review, World Health Organization, 2001 | Full Text
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