The Charity Commission is currently conducting a consultation as part of its review into whether organisations that promote CAM therapies are deserving of charity status. To be registered as a charity the commission considers a number of factors, including whether the organisation’s purposes are beneficial to the public, and whether any potential harm may outweigh […]
These guides are designed to answer common questions about homeopathy and cover some of the most popular areas of enquiry. If you are looking for a particular position statement, we follow a similar stance to the Faculty of Homeopathy.
Safe and effective Homeopathy is perfectly safe. This is because homeopathic medicines are made from a very small amount of the active ingredient. Two hundred years of practice, research and trials have proved the safety of this gentle system of medicine for both people and animals. Gentle and non-addictive Unlike some conventional drugs, homeopathic medicines […]
The British Homeopathic Association is a registered charity founded in 1902. The principal objects of the charity are to promote and develop the study and practice of homeopathy and to advance education and research in the theory and practice of homeopathy provided that the useful results of such research shall be published. The British Homeopathic […]
The BHA is committed to the widespread availability of homeopathy across the NHS. Here are six different ways to help us keep homeopathy in the NHS. Read more