Nabil Moghaddam is in his final year of a three-year program in Homeopathy, Health Sciences and Nutrition through the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine who are regulating the homeopathic profession in Ontario, and his thorough training matches the competencies required by the College of Homeopaths of Ontario. He’s combining his knowledge of the Writings, with the learning he is getting in his program. It’s the first time I’ve seen anyone attempt to balance science and religion on this topic.
Here is what the Writings have to say about homeopathy as a scientific discipline:
One of the friends of Persia wrote to Shoghi Effendi and asked this question: “Is it true that ‘Abdu’l-Baha has said that biochemical homeopathy, which is a form of food medicine, is in conformity with the Bahá’í medical concept?” The beloved Guardian’s reply to this question in a letter dated 25th November, 1944 was as follows: “This statement is true, and the truth thereof will be revealed in the future.” (Shoghi Effendi and Universal House of Justice, The Compilation of Compilations vol. I, p. 485).