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Homeopathy Awareness Week Celebrates Safe, Natural Health Care Choice

April 13, 2017
(McLean, Virginia, 10 April 2017)—Long recognized as a health care choice that is as safe for children as it is for adults, homeopathy is also an attractive option for the elderly because it is more affordable than traditional medicine and often does not require office visits.
Homeopathy’s advantages for senior citizens are the focus of 2017 World Homeopathy Awareness Week (WHAW), which begins today. The National Center for Homeopathy (NCH), which represents the homeopathic community in the United States, is the US organizer of WHAW.
World Homeopathy Awareness Week honors the birth and career of Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician recognized as the father of homeopathy. More than 40 countries are celebrating the week with free lectures, clinics, volunteer events, and other activities.
Homeopathy is a safe, gentle, and natural system of healing that works with the body to relieve symptoms and improve overall health. Homeopathic medications, known as remedies, are made from natural sources and are available over the counter in many grocery stores, drug stores, and health food stores and online. They are safe even for pregnant and nursing women and are administered in such small doses that they do not cause side effects.
NCH offers free webinars and other resources through its website, Seniors may be particularly interested in these webinars:
To learn more about World Homeopathy Awareness Week, visit the NCH website.
About the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH): Founded in 1974, the National Center for Homeopathy is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health through homeopathy by advancing the use and practice of homeopathy. NCH supports education in, awareness of, and increased access to homeopathy. NCH has the largest, most diverse membership in the homeopathic community and the organization is the national go-to resource for all who are interested in learning about homeopathy. NCH educates consumers and plays an important role in the continuing education of practitioners and is dedicated to making homeopathy more accessible to the public. NCH informs legislators and works to secure homeopathy’s place in the U.S health care system while working to ensure that homeopathy is accurately represented in the media.