There are many ways for you to learn about homeopathy. Your local librarian may know of helpful homeopathic journals, (such as the American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine, https://homeopathyusa.org/journal.html), magazines, (such as Homeopathy Today, http://www.homeopathycenter.org/homeopathy-today-magazine), and books. Visit your local health food stores and explore the homeopathic section and speak with the staff; you may find some very knowledgeable, helpful people. Pick up any alternative newspapers and magazines they have. Ask if there are homeopathic practitioners or pharmacists in the area. If there are, visit them, and talk to them about their work. There are still relatively few homeopaths in this country, but they are generally enthusiastic supporters of others who are interested in the career. There is also a wealth of information online, and there are alternative medicine/holistic health forums where you can discuss homeopathic medicine with people in the field. If possible, make an appointment with a homeopath so you can experience this approach to health care for yourself.
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