Monatsarchiv: März 2017

ECH Spring meeting in Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands

ECH’s council and subcommittees will hold their Spring meeting in Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands, on 21-22 April 2017.

Our host – Artsenvereniging Voor Integrale Geneeskunde – Vakgroep Homeopathie (AVIG) – our Dutch national member association, will take this opportunity to strengthen the links with all our European members.

The meeting will take place very close to the Remedy Bank Laboratory and Botanical Garden that will be visited by the participants.


Subcommittee sessions will be held on Friday afternoon and Saturday, and on Friday evening there will be a session on Homeopathic Pharmacy.

  • visit to Visit to Remedy Bank Laboratory and Botanical Garden
  • ECH Subcommittee pharmacy: 
    • introduction of Jack Hendrickx about the collection of certified homeopathic raw and starting materials for the preparation of homeopathic medicines
    • He will give an overview about analytics, required standards and perspectives in availability problems.
    • A short film gives a very nice impression of the REMEDY BANK – please have a look:


In addition to this opportunity to get an broad overview about homeopathic pharmacy we will continue in an interesting discussion in our Subcommittee pharmacy about

  • education in homeopathic pharmacy  

All those who would like to participate can get in contact with the ECH General Secretary and ECH Vice-president (respective emails : and

All details regarding organisation and registration are handled by our secretariat, please get in contact if needed:
We very much looking forward to meeting you this spring in the Netherlands.

Click here for the event Invitation.

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2nd Dynhom Colloquium – Medicine & Homeopathy

Saturday 13 May in Brussels

This 2nd DYNHOM colloquium is devoted to the links between good manufacturing practice of homeopathic medicines, results from basic research and the daily practice of homeopathy.

A coherent rationale will be proposed explaining clinical results in man and animals obtained using a remedy of metal origin (Cuprum metallicum) and a vegetal remedy (Gelsemium sempervirens).

An expert panel representing various skill areas is invited. They will present their own understanding of the matter, each contributing a piece of a puzzle which will make an integrated whole when assembled. We expect there to be an interactive discussion which will result in a number of “take home messages”.

More than two years ago, UNIO HOMOEOPATHICA BELGICA initiated the DYNHOM project. This aims to elucidate the nature of the specific information contained in a homeopathic remedy. The most modern and innovative measurement methodologies were used, ranging from electron microscopy to electro-photonic analysis and nuclear magnetic resonance.

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