At a glance


In Rotterdam on 10 September 1925 by fourteen homeopathic physicians from nine countries. The American Dr. Roy Upham was its first President. The LMHI was established under the terms of Swiss civil law with Geneva designated as its registered office.


“ . . . the development and securing of Homœopathy worldwide . . . the creation of a link between homœopaths with medical diplomas and between societies and persons who are interested in homœopathy.”


  1. Institutional Members: National homeopathic organizations and institutions. Voting.
  2. Individual Full Members: Physical persons who are physicians, veterinary surgeons and dentists with a full medical veterinarian or dental qualification of a State University or any other Licensing authority duly recognized by the government of the country in which they practice and who have had special education in homœopathy and hold any kind of diploma recognized by the association. Voting.
  3. Associate Members: all persons with qualifications recognized nationally, who have undertaken homœopathic training recognized by the LMHI, such as pharmacists, medical students, chemists, and all persons who are licensed healthcare providers such as naturopaths, nurse practitioners, physicians’ assistants, and generally, persons who by their profession can contribute to homœopathy, such as scientists, researchers, and authors. Non-voting.