A: Homeopathy is a form of natural medicine. Just as traditional/conventional medicine is not confused with religion, homeopathy should not be either. As outlined throughout my Teach Me Health and Homeopathy curriculum, homeopathic medicine is founded upon science and is rooted in the first principle of science: observation. When one applies a Christian lens to homeopathic medicine, you will find that the system is in harmony with Christian beliefs, perhaps more so than conventional medicine, because—similar to repentance—homeopathic medicine understands that our bodies were made to heal and become whole, both physically and emotionally. Homeopathy is and was beloved by Christians like Mother Teresa among many other Christians as well as those who are not Christian. Homeopathy is used by people from various walks of life for one reason: It works! Additionally, it may be helpful to know that the father of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann, was a person of deep Christian faith who said that our ability to heal was a “priceless gift of God to man”  and always gave glory to God for his discoveries. During his final days of life, Hahnemann’s wife—in an effort to comfort him and alleviate his sufferings—said, “Surely some mitigation of suffering is due to you [Hahnemann] who have alleviated the sufferings of so many.” Hahnemann’s final words before passing were: “Every man on earth works as God gives him strength … but no man has claim at the judgement Seat of God. God owes me nothing. I owe him much—yea all.”
-  For further insight on homeopathy and Christianity, you may want to visit my website, PaolaBrown.com, and download the workshop “A Christian Perspective on Homeopathy,” where I interview homeopath and Christian, Gerard Bocquee. 
 Jost Kunzli et al., The Organon of Medicine, by Samuel Hahnemann (Los Angeles: J. P. Tarcher, Inc.), para. 288.
 Cleave, Biographical Cyclopedia of Homeopathic Physicians and Surgeons, words of Samuel Hahnemann (Philadelphia: Galaxy Publishing Company, 1873), viii, https://archive.org/details/cleavesbiograph00cleagoog/page/n14 (October 9, 2019).