Using duckweed to investigate the effectiveness of homeopathy

July 20, 2020

Duckweed is a small, aquatic plant also known as water lentils. It is extremely sensitive to tiny amounts of impurities. For this reason, it is often used for water quality tests. A scientific study, led by a Swiss research group, showed homeopathic arsenic to be more effective for treating poisoned duckweed than water alone.

Just One Drop Screening

October 09, 2017

Screening for the new global documentary, Just One Drop, which tells the story of Homeopathy, reveals evidence of Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) misleading the public and includes case studies from around the world. 

Screening November 8 at New Farm Cinemas.

Your Health, Your Choice

October 09, 2017

Sign the petition to call for a Senate Inquiry into bias against complementary medicine and investigate NHMRC Review.


A Case of Panic and Anxiety Treated with Homeopathy

October 09, 2017

Clever H! the Mag's article shares the case of a woman effected by panic and anxiety and how homeopathy successfully helped her overcome the related struggles.

Rapid Action Epidemic Control

October 09, 2017

One Government's research on how homeopathy can prevent the spread of epidemic disease.

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