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Ameeta Patel, Berkeley

Ameeta Patel, Berkeley

Jo Daly, Petaluma

Jo Daly, Petaluma

Ranjini Venkatanathan, Sunnyvale

Ranjini Venkatanathan, Sunnyvale

Will Cassilly, Santa Cruz

Will Cassilly, Santa Cruz

Wanda Smith-Schick, San Francisco

Wanda Smith-Schick, San Francisco

Mary Johnston, San Francisco

Mary Johnston, San Francisco

Rina Valia, San Jose

Rina Valia, San Jose

Edi Pfeiffer, Berkeley

Edi Pfeiffer, Berkeley


Find a Homeopathy




Homeopathy is it's own natural system of medicine, and is the second largest system of medicine in the world according to the World Health Organization.  Homeopathic treatment assists the body's natural healing mechanism in bringing about better overall health.


Homeopathic medicines are natural, safe, non-toxic, and non-addictive. 

Homeopathic remedies are manufactured in FDA-regulated facilities according to the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States since 1897.

Homeopathic remedies are made from ultra-high dilutions of natural substances, and there is a growing body of positive research for this 200+ year old system of nanomedicine.


Many people in the U.S. have tried a homeopathic remedy or Over-The-Counter combination of homeopathic remedies for simple complementary self-care, such as Arnica for soreness from an injury or Oscillococcinum® for flu-like symptoms.  Homeopathy can work great for shortening a cold or speeding healing used in this way. 

However, the homeopathic system of medicine was designed to optimize health by matching one remedy to a person - the constellation of ways that their mind, body, and spirit tend to go out of balance, including past and present symptoms. A remedy based on this information, described by the person in a consultation, can shift the person toward greater health, reducing or resolving many symptoms. This is known as classical or constitutional homeopathy, and it is what homeopaths do.

For much more information about homeopathy, including the latest research, please visit the National Center for Homeopathy's very informative WEBSITE



The mission of the Bay Area Homeopathy Association (BAHA) is to increase the public awareness and understanding  of Homeopathy as an integral part of personal health care.

BAHA puts homeopaths in touch with one another so that Homeopathy in the Bay Area continues to thrive,and so that more people learn of the great possibility that Homeopathy brings.

We strive to do this by

  • providing networking and collaborative opportunities for professional homeopaths

  • publishing a directory of San Francisco Bay Area homeopaths

  • highlighting local homeopathic resources for the public

  • listing low-cost homeopathic care resources available for those who need them


Just One Drop

The story behind the Homeopathy Controversy


Produced and Directed by Laurel Chiten


Magic Pills

Promise or Placebo?

A Film by Ananda More

Piles of Books

Everybody's Guide to Homeopathic Medicines

by Stephen Cummings, MD & Dana Ullman, MPH


 by Robert Ullman


Retail Locations for Homeopathic Remedies

Local places you can find individual homeopathic remedies

* Same-day remedies delivery available via either or or AMAZON.COM

There are many websites you can purchase remedies from including Hahnemann Laboratories in San Rafael, &

Jack's Drug Store in San Anselmo has Hahnemann Laboratories remedies

Other Avenues  a worker owned cooperative

Pharmaca * locations around the Bay area 

Rainbow Grocery *  in San Francisco, a worker-owned co-operative

Sprouts Market in the Bay Area and beyond

Vitamin Shoppe *  many locations throughout Bay Area


Edi Pfeiffer, CCH RSHom(NA) has taught self-care study groups and professional homeopaths, and is currently open to teaching opportunities for groups or individuals.  Get in touch with her to learn more.


$20 drop in fee

Contact Pacific Homeopathy for details.

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