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New Podcast: The Rise, Fall & Rise Again of Homeopathy

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The Rise, Fall & Rise Again of Homeopathy

In this podcast, we discuss the history of homeopathy in the US. From its surge in the early 1900’s when there were more than 100 homeopathic hospitals, to its fall at the hands of the Flexner Report leaving only a quarter of those hospitals left by 1935. Finally, we discuss its resurgence in the 1960’s and 70’s, in-part due to dissatisfaction with conventional medical practices and a shift in consciousness.

Where are we now? Is homeopathy on a rise or is it still being smothered by a system of medicine that seeks to suppress alternative health care options? Did the pandemic further stifle homeopathy with over-reaching bans on health freedoms and attempts to choke out non-allopathic options through censorship and “fact-checking?” Or did these measures simply create yet another resurgence of interest in homeopathy and other natural modalities? Listen in to hear our thoughts.

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Included in this virtual course are 7 pre-recorded modules (with 3-5 lessons per module) taught by Cilla Whatcott, CCH, PhD, that can be viewed at your convenience and re-visited any time you choose. Also included is an additional one-on-one conference session with our program coordinator to cover subsequent questions and to individualize the material to your practice.


I commend Cilla for making this training available to a larger practitioner base and to include practitioners who are not currently graduates of comprehensive homeopathic training programs for the treatment of chronic disease. Perhaps this training course and the administering of HP programs will spur practitioners to enroll in a comprehensive homeopathic training program. Shortly after her program was first launched on the Teachable platform in 2022, it was abruptly removed from that educational platform as part of an effort to suppress dissenting opinions and impose a form of medical tyranny. Cilla persevered and relaunched the program on her own website so that homeoprophylaxis could continue to be studied and practiced for the benefit of humanity. Hooray for Cilla!”
Gerald W., MD