The CAH is currently looking to raise 2.4 million dollars in the next five years in its efforts to complete projects essential to the future of homeopathy.

Gwen Khanna

14 March 2024

Amount Donated

Judelon LaSalle

21 April 2023

Amount Donated

Maya Guruswami

6 July 2023

Amount Donated

The Canadian Academy of Homeopathy (CAH) relies on grants and donations to help fulfill its mission of research and development. The Canadian Academy of Homeopathy is a not-for-profit organization incorporated with the Canadian government (Canadian Corporation Number: 2778513). Patrons of homeopathy have already made very generous donations to the CAH while others have included the CAH in their wills.

They are namely:

Total number of hours for the first three projects is estimated to be more than 35,000 hours. The estimated cost for the eight projects is 2.4 million dollars (US) over 5 years.

Other Notable Donations

Picture of CEARNA Inc. - $10,000

CEARNA Inc. - $10,000

Dr. Josephine Polich, CEO of CEARNA, generously donated $10,000.00 USD to The Canadian Academy of Homeopathy on June 22nd, 2020.

Picture of Samueli Foundation - $10,000

Samueli Foundation - $10,000

The Samueli Foundation generously gave a $10,000.00 USD grant to The Canadian Academy of Homeopathy for the completion of the scientific evidence of the effectiveness of homeopathy in the treatment of the pneumonia patient in April, 2019.

Active improvement of the two most important tools for homeopaths: Materia Medica and Repertories.

André Saine and all his colleagues of the MMPP (Materia Medica Pura Project) are improving the two most important tools available to practitioners, continuing the materia medica work of Samuel Hahnemann and Constantine Hering.

Since T. F. Allen and Constantine Hering compiled and published their comprehensive works of the homeopathic materia medica at the end of the 19th century, no further systematic revision of the materia medica has taken place. A great number of provings, cured cases, and intoxication and clinical experience reports have since been published and can be found scattered throughout a vast literature. They are lying there idle, and are therefore not accessible to practitioners in their day-to-day work. The main objective of the MMPP is to gather, index and integrate all this information into our materia medica and repertories with the ultimate aim to improve prescribing accuracy of every homeopathic practitioner.

For each individual remedy, a monograph (word file) is compiled with a clear presentation of the entire characteristic symptomatology, based on provings, intoxication and clinical experience reports, and on a collection of all available cases. We are offering two free monographs to all, the ones of Trillium pendulum and Quassia amara, as examples of the work of the MMPP. Only reliable and, for the main part, primary sources are considered. Modern sources are only used insofar as they are not speculative.

Materia Medica Pura Project


Homeopathy Research Evidence Base

Curated by Iris Bell M.D., Ph.D., and Peter Gold.