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Working to promote the effectiveness of homeopathy, the Belgian DynHom research project is one of the independent reference projects aimed at advancing homeopathy research.

The MonHoméoMonChoix team supports this approach led by DynHom.

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According to Dr Hélène Renoux, a general practitioner and homeopathic doctor, homeopathy is “the future of medicine”. This is why, each year, scientists and researchers from around the world are working to highlight the results of research that support its beneficial effects and its effectiveness on health.

These studies and scientific experiments are also increasing in France and Europe, like those carried out by the DynHom project.


The Dynhom project, committed to demonstrating the effectiveness of homeopathic medicines

Connected with the Unio Homeopathica Belgica association as a research project, DynHom was created in 2014 by the homeopathic doctor Michel Van Wassenhoven, at a conference on homeopathy held at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

The name of the project indicates its purpose: DynHom is an abbreviation of the terms “Dynamisation” and “Homeopathy”. All of the teams working with Dr Van Wassenhoven are therefore seeking to explain the essential role of dynamisation in the manufacturing process of homeopathic medicine.

In 2017, several scientific publications from the DynHom project teams showed that, even at very high dilution, a homeopathic solution has specific structures that are formed during successive dynamisation operations. These are neither artefacts, contaminants, nor impurities, but structures specific to homeopathic dilutions that prove the presence of particles of the substance from which the homeopathic dilution, and therefore the medicinal product, was manufactured1.


Dynhom, an independent project thanks to donations

The highlighted results confer a huge step forward in homeopathy research. These discoveries would not have been possible without the commitment and volunteer work of the doctors and pharmacists who belong to the DynHom teams. The project also relies on donations from patients, doctors, and associations that support homeopathy, thus ensuring the complete independence of the research that is conducted.

This year, the project is experiencing a reduction in funding, which threatens the investment of professionals and scientific progress in the coming years.

That is why Dr Michel Van Wassenhoven, president of the DynHom project, is calling for donations:


“With everyone’s support, we can move forward and, more importantly, draw significant conclusions to aid understanding of the activity of homeopathy and finally put an end to the debate about “useless” homeopathic medicine that only has a “placebo” effect.”


Dynhom, a research project recognised by researchers

Professor Jean-Louis Demangeat is the former head of nuclear medicine at Haguenau Hospital and former lecturer in biophysics at the Faculty of Medicine in Strasbourg. He welcomes the DynHom project: “Congratulations once again on your conduct of the DYNHOM study, which is very transparent. The methodology is exemplary.”

Professor José Teixeira, a Doctor of Science and CNRS Research Director at the Léon Brillouin laboratory in Saclay, specialises in the structure of water and its thermodynamic and transport properties. He confirms the science behind the DynHom project: “DynHom has a truly scientific approach, based on necessarily lengthy and repetitive experiments but free of bias. Congratulations on these excellent results.”


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1 “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance characterization of traditional homeopathically manufactured copper (Cuprum metallicum) and plant (Gelsemium sempervirens) medicines and controls,” by Michel Van Wassenhoven, Martine Goyens, Marc Henry, Etienne Capieaux and Philippe Devos, published on 4 March 2017 and available at: