Latest News from the NZ Homeopathic Society
7 July 2020 We will not be open until 1.30pm tomorrow. Online orders will be processed as normal. We ask that you phone in advance before visiting on a wednesday to check opening hours. The Homœopathic Society is run by a small team of very dedicated volunteers. New volunteers are warmly welcomed.
We are also happy to announce the addition of Instagram (nzhomeopathicsociety) and Facebook (@nzhomeopathicsociety.nz).
Please follow us on these platforms to find out the latest news, interesting book promotions, overseas activity in the homeopathic world AND to share and feel part of our wonderful community.
A list of homoeopaths can be found on the New Zealand Council of Homeopaths website https://homeopathy.co.nz/
or email/ phone us for a practitioner in your area and for further information about homoeopathy
Covid-19 may not be over yet. If you are interested in homeopathy's track record in epidemics there is significant data available. A wealth of information can be found in books and articles on this subject.
The New Zealand Homœopathic Society was formed by Alfred George Grove, a lay practitioner, and a group of his patients and friends on 26 February 1952. The objectives of the Society were then, as they are today, to promote and support the use of homœopathy in New Zealand and to ensure information is readily available for anyone interested in learning more about Homeopathy. Alfred Grove was the Society’s first president. He and the members of that time presented monthly lectures about homœopathy. Some of his dedicated supporters travelled around NZ and held meetings in town halls that were frequently filled with enthusiastic locals. Mr Grove began to import homœopathic books, which instigated the Society’s book selling operation. Sixty-five years on, homœopathy has continued to grow in New Zealand and the New Zealand Homœopathic Society has grown along with it and has continued to develop into a vibrant and cooperative organisation.
More details on the NZ Homœopathic Society’s history go to History