World Homoeopathy Day (WHD)


A homeopathy is an alternative form of medicine. World homeopathy day is celebrated each year on April 10. This day is celebrated to honor the birth of the father of the Homoeopathic system of medicines Dr. Samuel Hahnemann.

Born in Paris, France, he was a German physician, who was an acclaimed scientist, a great scholar, and linguist. He discovered the way to heal through the use of homeopathy. He died on July 2, 1843.

 World Homeopathy DayThe Theme of World Homeopathy Day 2022 is “Homeopathy: People’s Choice for Wellness”
World Homeopathy Day 2021 theme – “Homeopathy- Roadmap for Integrative Medicine”
World Homeopathy Day 2020 theme – “Enhancing the scope of homeopathy in Public Health”

Homeopathy medicines are safe to use because they rarely cause side effects. It is based on the principle of ‘like cures like. It means that a substance in which a small amount is taken will cure the same symptoms it causes if taken in large amounts. Homeopathy is derived from the Greek words homeo, which means similar, and pathos means suffering or disease.

World Homoeopathy Day (WHD) gives us an opportunity to review the path trodden so far, take stock of the challenges facing us, and formulate future strategies for the development of Homoeopathy. There is a need to focus on the quality of education, enhancing the success rate of an average practitioner. There is also a need to ensure the production and availability of high-quality homeopathic drugs in the market. This is not possible unless the homeopathic community innovates, modernizes, reinvents, forges ahead jointly, with a variety of initiatives and research projects. Therefore the theme gives “Homeopathy: People’s Choice for Wellness” opportunity.


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