"Homeopathy and natural medicine are the main passions of my life. When my daughter had some problems with teething I went to see a homeopath. I was really impressed how quickly the little white pills sorted out the problem!

I did not want my daughter to suffer with colds and coughs as I did in my childhood so I decided to continue with homeopathy as a preventative therapy for myself and my family. As a result we have not had any conventional medication since we started seeing our family homeopath in 1998. Then, wanting to help other people to get healthier, I made a decision to learn more about this amazing medical system. I was really privileged to be able to study homeopathy for four years with the best homeopathic teachers in the country at the London’s College of Practical Homeopathy..."  read more about  Galina



Homeopathic Consultant and Family Homeopath

Recent years have seen an unprecedented growth of interest in Homeopathy.  This has been a part of the surge of interest in complementary therapies driven by worries about environmental problems such as chemicals in foods and anxieties about the side-effects and failings of many conventional drugs and treatments.  People are also dissatisfied with conventional medicine, which fails to treat them as individuals and sees them as a set of clinical conditions instead.  In addition patients want their practitioners to take time to listen to them.  Homeopathy is particularly well placed to respond to these desires.


Homeopathy is a complete system of medicine. homeopathy is the second most widely used form of medicine for primary care in the world today. Many GPs now refer NHS patients to professional Homeopaths and many private health companies consider Homeopathic treatment a good investment. 
Homeopathic remedies are natural and derived from plants, minerals or metals, which have been used medicinally for generations. Homeopathic remedies are tested and proved on humans, not on animals. There are currently some 2000+ remedies.  
Homeopathy aims to provide a high standard of care for those wishing to improve and maintain their health and well-being.  Homeopaths want to help their patients achieve freedom from limitations in their lives, and, ideally, to reach a level of health where they are no longer dependant on medicine or therapy.
The results of good Homeopathic treatment can improve your mental outlook on life, increase your energy level, focus your thoughts to improve your quality of life, control your emotions and remove physical problems that have been bothering you for years. 
Homeopathy is a long-term solution to maintaining a good standard of health, and not a quick fix. It is much better to be cured of both the cause of the illness and its symptoms rather than merely obtaining relief.
A consultation with professional Homeopath can be the turning point that will lead to a restoration of your health and vitality.


"I love Galina's approach to her patients. She always devotes a lot of time to every patient and looks into a problem from different angles. Galina gives advice on a healthy diet, natural vitamins and food supplements, exercises and healthy habits. She also takes into consideration emotional status which is also very important as it has a significant impact on our health. Galina treats chronic diseases very well, she's helped me a lot with eczema I've had for years. I'm always recommending Galina to all my friends, especially those with children. Also Galina prepares great immune tonics which are great when your little ones show first symptoms of a cold. I definitely recommend this great homeopath for the whole family!" Y.L. London


*   The English Royal Family has been under Homeopathic care since 1830 and there has always been a Royal Homeopathic Doctor, the post is currently held by Dr Peter Fisher.   The Queen carries her “black box” of Homeopathic remedies with her on all her travels.
*  In 1831 Cholera swept through Europe.  Homeopaths achieved a mortality rate of less than 4% whereas conventional medical treatments had a mortality rate of 59%.  In 1854 during the cholera outbreak in London deaths at London Homeopathic Hospital were a mere 16.4 %, compared with the 50% average for other hospitals.
*  Since 1992 Medical Doctors in Germany must graduate with a course in Homeopathic First Aid, for two reasons, one is cost effectiveness, and secondly with the failing of antibiotics, Homeopathic medicine is a very important treatment for infections. 
*  In France, all pharmacies are required by law to fill Homeopathic prescriptions as well as prescriptions for drugs from conventional doctors.  The best-selling flu remedy in France is a Homeopathic medicine Anas barbariae 200c commonly marketed under the trade name OscillococcinumTM, it is effective primarily at the first signs of influenza. 
*  In Brazil there are 17,000 practising Homeopaths and in Indo Asia 300,000 Homeopaths practice with 70,000 registered to state boards where there are 40 Homeopathic Medical Colleges.
*  Homeopathy has been available on the NHS since 1948. A report by the Centre for Complementary Health Studies in Exeter in 2001 noted a 49% increase in the number of statutory health practitioners who practise Homeopathy.
*  45% of GPs consider Homeopathy useful. 60% of the doctors who use Homeopathy do so because of good experience of Homeopathy as effective treatment and anxiety about hazards of conventional treatment.
*  There are five NHS funded Homeopathic hospitals in Britain: Bristol, Liverpool, Glasgow, Tunbridge Wells and London opened throughout the late 19th and early 20th century.  The largest, the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital treats around 2,000 patients per week. Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital sees 2500 new patients a year, 81% of patients rated their care as very good or excellent, with only 9% choosing to be treated only by conventional medicine in future.  A survey in Glasgow has shown recorded referrals to the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital from every GP practice in Glasgow over a two-year period.  Referrals to the all NHS Homeopathic hospitals continue to rise.
*   In Britain the market for Homeopathy is estimated to be growing at around 20% per year.  British consumers spend more than £20 million a year on over-the-counter Homeopathic remedies.  The sale of Homeopathic medicines in pharmacies is increasing between 15% and 20% a year.
 *   The World Health Organization has stated that Homeopathy is the second leading system of medicine for primary health care in the world. It is covered by national healthcare systems in many countries and is recommended by healthcare professionalsworldwide.  Over 30 million people in Europe use Homeopathic medicine.