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Help Us Share Australian Homeopathy Research with NZ

Supporting Aurum Project

Aurum Project

Australian Homeopathic Health Research Appeal

I am raising funds for the First National Homeopathic Research Survey Project.

I am inspired by the Aurum Project and have been its Research Coordinator since 2018. We need Australian Research on homeopathy, and we need data to show who we are helping and what we are helping to treat in our practices.

We need positive homeopathy reports and published research outcomes to show people the benefits this approach has for many health conditions people experience. It is a method that integrates with other medical approaches. It acknowledges the systematic and holistic nature of life and is implemented in practice with that understanding. It is truly functional and integrative of the body and mind.

The difference homeopathy has made to the lives of so many people is simply extraordinary. It excites me in my own practice when I see the changes in health people make with homeopathic treatment. I know there are many others who would benefit from this support if only they knew more about it.

Results from this First National Survey will help in sharing this important information with people and scientists, policy makers and influencers.

We've been fortunate to present the research in a poster at the 4th International HRI in London in June 2019. We have been accepted to present a research paper to the NZHC in August 2019. Ann Manning and Celeste Salter are presenting this paper.

But we need more funding to make this happen. Please support this work by donating to my CrowdRaiser, as I know every cent received will be appreciated and used wisely. And I will be very grateful for your contribution too!

Also, I would be very grateful for you to share the link to this CrowdRaiser page to your friends and family. The more people who can help the better!

Thank you

Help to reach the goal of $1,885

$210 raised

Donations Received

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