Homeopathy is a natural form of medicine used by over 200 million people worldwide. It is safe, gentle and effective for a wide range of conditions.
Homeopathy is also cheap. In France, where it is widely available as a healthcare option, a government report showed that treating a patient using homeopathy cost 15% less than using mainstream medicine.
Homeopathy in Glasgow
Glasgow has a long association with homeopathy. 1880 saw the opening of a dispensary providing free treatment to the city’s poor and the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital was established in 1914. Now located on the Gartnavel site, the hospital is part of The NHS Centre for Integrative Care. Homeopathy is available at the CIC via GP referral.
Homeopathy at the Centre for Integrative Care
At the Centre for Integrative Care our highly trained doctors and nurses use homeopathy alongside conventional medicine to provide patients with a choice of treatment options. This allows patients to support and manage their health and wellbeing and puts them firmly in control of their life.
For more information, patient stories and links to scientific research into the positive effects of homeopathy visit:
For more about Homeopathy research evidence visit the HRI website
All the research and activities of the Homeopathy Research Institute
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