It is part of the School's UK Programme that students take part in the Proving of a new remedy. Participation in this process provides invaluable insights into the philosophy of healing as well as the action of homeopathic remedies. The results of these provings are made freely available to anyone, along with details of other provings undertaken by some of the School's faculty.
The School of Homeopathy believes in the spirit of sharing freely this germinal data of homeopathic practice. All of us who are involved in carrying out provings at the School are therefore delighted to present the fruits of our labours to the profession.
Swordfish (Xiphias gladius)
Most of the provings presented on this page stem from work of the School of Homeopathy. They have been conducted with students from Year Three as provers while students from Year Four acted as supervisors, and all have been co-ordinated by experienced members of the School's faculty. For the most part, these provings are full and detailed, and have been schematised. You will also find some provings with lesser details, which, none-the-less, are included, because the emerging picture is clear and characteristic. Protocols used for these provings are also given. Wherever possible, verified clinical experiences are also included (and will be developed), in order that the proving picture is enhanced by the evidence of their practical application.
Proving data are in constant preparation, and will be steadily added to our presentation as and when they are sufficiently ready. Below are some provings that are either already published or which will be published over the coming months, including some by School faculty outside of the School.
To view provings conducted outside of the school please select from the following
Proving database by Jeremy Sherr, Radar Opus and Archibel
Proving database by Jörg Wichmann
Provings by Peter Fraser and the School of Homeopathy
Provings by Jeremy Sherr and Dynamis
Provings by Patricia Hatherly
Provings by Linda Gwillim and Bill Rumble