Creating Waves of Awareness
Each day we receive notifications from major homeopathic organizations, which gets relayed to members and friends telling us about news that will change history.
As stars and celebrities come out with their true stories using homeopathic remedies for self and family many will learn the beneficial and positive effects.
A few have been listed by the British Homeopathic Association at the webpage CelebHomeopathy
"The British Homeopathic Association has launched a campaign which brings together ten well-known faces in support of today’s launch of Homeopathy Awareness Week, running every year from 14th – 21st June.
Exclusive photographs of celebrities including former model Jo Wood, TV personality Gaby Roslin, actress Louise Jameson, former professional tennis player Annabel Croft and British Olympic sprinter James Ellington who are convinced of the therapeutic value of homeopathy, have been revealed today. These celebrities regularly use homeopathic medicines such as arnica, lavender, sulphur, bellis perennis and pulsatilla for the treatment of every day complaints such as bruising, tension headaches, menopause related symptoms, exertion and coughs."
After reading these testimonials, many people will want to investigate and find a homeopath in their area of the United Kingdom. To fulfill that need a new page where people insert their zipcode provides this service.
The qualified homeopaths in the directory are registered with one of the following UK registering bodies.
Everyone in the homeopathic community has been effected by those who vehemently oppose homeopathy. Their efforts to quell the practice of this form of medicine and block any funding that could bolster the increasing evidence of effectiveness. So far, they have not deterred those in the field practicing this art and medical science.
In this light, the truth about a Parlimentary review has been brought out into daylight for all to read, research and determine their own opinion.
In October 2009, the Science and Technology Committee of the UK Parliament announced an "evidence check" into homeopathy. A general media release asked for evidence submissions limited to 3,000 words on one of three topics:
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