The Scottish Association of Professional Homoeopaths

Scottish Association of Professional Homoeopaths (SAPH)

Welcome to our Website!



Recent News 

includes the bashing that homoeopathy has received from a committee of MPs.


For more on this click on News.



If this is your first visit to our site, WELCOME!  

We hope this site is a useful resource for people interested in homoeopathy, including students, patients and practitioners: in short, in Scottish homoeopathy.


This site includes a growing number of pages covering a wide range of subjects and we hope it will help visitors understand the background, history and efficacy of this remarkable form of therapy.


The site has a list of those members of SAPH who wish their names to be available.


Currently there is a fair amount of discussion of homoeopathy in the media and we have a page with views and information about this.



SAPH is run by its Council - you can see who they are here. The Council meets normally 4 times a year.


Recent AGM Talk. After the AGM on 18th November 2017, there was a talk by Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott on Food and Homoeopathic Remedies.


For more news about us and forthcoming talks click on 'Association News'.



If you would like to become a member of SAPH please view our grades of membership (eg Full Member, Associate Member, Student Member or Friend of SAPH,) then contact our Registrar.


To contact us for any other purpose - please use the message facility under Contact Us.

SAPH - - represents Professional Homoeopaths in Scotland


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Should we spell it








The former is correct so of course we've chosen the latter for our website name because people searching often don't know what the correct spelling is, but we shall use the former spelling throughout the text within the site.


Do complain.

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