The Fall Has Arrived Bringing With It
HNA's 2020 Annual Donation Drive Starting November 1!
Your past donations have made such a difference! They have helped promote HNA, we have become actively involved with national advocacy, and they gave us the ability to offer more scholarships to our members.
If you donated in the past, we thank you and hope you consider doing it again during our Annual Drive November 1 - 15.
If you have not donated, please consider supporting our efforts in advocacy,
awarding scholarships, funding our upcoming Expert Speaker Series, and/or giving a general donation toward advancing HNA and its members.
Use the dropdown menu to select which category you would like your donation to go:
Advocay, Expert Speaker Series, Scholarship or General Donation Fund.
GET A HEAD START AND DONATE EARLY...
Or You Can Mail A Check To:
HNA c/o Linda Gibson
Cottontown, TN 37048-9407
Please specify which category you would like your donation to go.
Don't Miss Our Next HNA Member Meeting!
Tuesday, November 10, 2020 8:00 pm EDT
Enjoy An Evening of Sharing!
Discuss an interesting case or seek feedback on a difficult one, exchange information on a remedy, or explore homeopathy philosophy.
If you are not an HNA member and want to attend membership meetings as a guest, go to the bottom of the JOIN page. Pay the guest fee and complete and submit the application.
Learn About the Homeopathic Nurses Association
The Homeopathic Nurses Association (HNA) is a professional support organization for nurses all around the world who are interested in or use homeopathy with their family and friends, or are homeopathic practitioners.
HNA is great place to join with other nurses to learn and apply the principles of homeopathy to your practice or for self-care.
Nurses are a driving force in the advancement of health care, including integrating complementary modalities for the benefit of our clients. Homeopathy, like nursing, is an art and a science. Joining nursing and homeopathy allows nurses to bring something special to their clients, family and friends. Because nurses have already learned to provide "holistic care," they make excellent homeopathic practitioners.
Founded in 1984, HNA is working to bring homeopathy into the mainstream of nursing care. We reach out to those in the nursing profession in order to share the benefits of homeopathic health care and the rewards of homeopathic practice.
Supporting Nurses Using Homeopathy -
Spreading the value of homeopathy throughout local, regional, national, and international communities.
Go to our JOIN page to begin your membership today!
Benefits of Membership
Network with "Similars"
Monthly Webinars with World Renowned Speakers
For a list of HNA Practitioners - Please go to
"Find A Homeopath" page
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a medical system based on the “law of similars" (like cures like.) This gentle and effective holistic healing system,was founded over 200 years ago by German physician, Samuel Hahnemann. According to The World Health Organization, homeopathy is the second largest kind of alternative medicine used today.
The term Homoeopathy means "similar suffering". It uses similars to cure similars. This is an ancient idea used by Hippocrates, but Dr. Hahnemann expanded this idea into a complete system of medicine in use world-wide.
This medicine recognizes that each person expresses illness or imbalance through symptoms: mental, emotional and physical. These symptoms are used in totality to choose a homeopathic preparation of a substance which has been found to evoke those same symptoms in a healthy person. These non-suppressive, non-toxic ”remedies" can be used for acute and chronic problems of all kinds. Homeopathy is a safe and effective, federally recognized, and backed by research studies, cases, and clinical trials.
COVID - 19 Statement
Homeopathy has an enduring record for reducing morbidity and mortality around the globe, during epidemics, for over 200 years. As health care educators we have a responsibility to refer people in our communities to a professional homeopath for treatment of viral symptoms. HNA also encourages individuals to follow the guidelines of healthcare officials for avoiding and containing pandemic illness.
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