THE AMERICAN HOMEOPATH JOURNAL
NASH is proud to continue the longstanding tradition of publishing The American Homeopath, the journal of the North American Society of Homeopaths. Created in 1994, this annual journal is a scholarly collection of articles, interviews, case studies, materia medica studies and more.
The American Homeopath Mission
The American Homeopath journal will strive to publish and disseminate homeopathic information that remains true to the tenets of classical homeopathy as envisioned by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in the 6th edition of the Organon. Our purpose is to promote the practice and profession of Hahnemannian homeopathy and support all professional homeopaths, regardless of the medical background or other discipline from which they come, in their efforts to inform and educate themselves so that they may provide high quality homeopathic care to those who seek them out. Our guiding philosophy includes a dedication to publishing original work that maintains the integrity, honesty, humility, and spirit we have come to expect of those who truly practice a Hahnemannian form of homeopathy with the purpose of bringing the sick to health.
NASH is currently seeking submissions for publication in the next issue. We encourage NASH registered members to write an article and use this great opportunity to share your experience in your journal. First time authors are welcome.more
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