Homeopathic Proving Trials

Homeopathic Proving Trials Overview 

AMCH conducts homeopathic research by doing Homeopathic Proving Trials.  Provings are a method to determine the healing power of natural substances. They form the core of our understanding of homeopathic remedies, providing the data to select the remedy that matches the case before you. All AMCH Homeopathic Proving Trials are Hahnemannian Provings conducted in a manner consistent with national standards for such trials (North American Network of Homeopathic Education Proving Standards) and the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States.  

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AMCH Homeopathic Proving Trials To Date

To date, AMCH has conducted provings on the following substances:

Complete monographs of these Homeoapthic Proving Trials are available from the AMCH Bookstore.  

Other Homeopathic Proving Trials

AMCH faculty and other leaders in homeopathic research have also conducted Homeoapthic Proving Trials on the following substances:

Jeremy Sherr has a wonderful proving site that has a listing of many of the modern provings.  

What is a Homeopathic Proving Trial?

A proving is a carefully conducted study in which new remedies are discovered for use in homeopathic treatment. Provings involve ‘healthy’ individuals taking a prepared homeopathic remedy. In this process, the symptoms experienced by provers are collectively analyzed to build the foundations of a remedy picture for a homeopathic medicine to be used in treating the sick. Click here for an article on homeopatic proving trial research by Dr. Todd Rowe.  

All homeopathic provings conducted by AMCH have been published by Desert Institute Publishing and are available from the AMCH Bookstore, 602-347-7951

Homeopathic Medicine Preparation for Provings

Homeopathic medicines are prepared using standard homeopathic methodology.  Most of the homeopathic medicines are available from the Hahnemann Pharmacy, in Oakland California, as well as other homeopathic manufacturers.

Subject Selection

The AMCH Department of Research is actively seeking proving participants for future Homeopathic Proving Trials. If interested, contact Carole Eastman, Proving Director, at (602) 347-7950.