Research Report

WissHom has published in May 2016 the Research Report Homeopathy. Please klick on the picture for download.



















WissHom Office

Mrs Bettina Atteln (Office)

Phone: 0049-(0)3496-3033–596

Fax: 0049–(0)3496–3033–597




MON: 10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

WED: 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.

FRI: 10.00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.  

Preview WissHom-Congress

ICE 19: 21–23 November 2019

ICE 20: 12–14 November 2020

WissHom – for the benefit of the patient

WissHom aims to

  • evaluate what is currently known
  • create new homeopathic knowledge
  • foster homeopathic research
  • develop excellent teaching and learning programmes
  • establish the study of homeopathy at university level



You will find further information about WissHom in the flyer please klick on the picture ...






Flyer ICE 12

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Information about Köthen (Anhalt)


Homeopathic history was written in Köthen – that is why Köthen is well known to homeopaths all over the world. It was here that Dr. Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), the founder of homeopathy, spent many years of his life (1821-1835).


  • During this period he revised the "Organon" several times.
  • It was here, in 1828, that he published the "Chronic Diseases".
  • In 1829, the date of the 50th anniversary of Hahnemann’s doctorate, the predecessor of what is now the DZVhÄ (Deutscher Zentralverein homöopathischer Ärzte / German Central Association of Homeopathic Doctors ) was founded.
  • Three years later, in 1832, the AHZ (Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung / General Homeopathic Journal ) was established.



Following the links below you arrive at the homepages of the city of Köthen and of the Köthen Kultur and Marketing GmbH (KKM). You find also the map of the center of Köthen and the Google map. We regret that the homepages are only available in German language ...




General information

City of Homeopathy of Köthen (Anhalt)


Welcome of Köthen's Mayor (in English)

Köthen Kultur und Marketing GmbH






• Maps

Map of the Center


Google Map