ECHAMP calls on MEPs

ECHAMP calls on MEPs to support initiatives in favour of homeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products

Homeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products have been safely on the market in Europe for decades. The specific EU legislation for homeopathic medicinal products has deep roots in their broad use in the EU Member States and is based on the EU principles of free trade and freedom of choice. These long-established therapies and their medicinal products have a role to play in the face of major health challenges in the EU. They offer valuable treatment options in support of EU health policy goals on multimorbidity, polypharmacy, chronic diseases and an ageing population. They can contribute to safe and effective strategies to reduce the use of antibiotics.

ECHAMP provides Members of the European Parliament 2 leaflets with bite-sized information about the sector for homeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products. ECHAMP is the European Coalition on Homeopathic & Anthroposophic Medicinal Products.

Leaflet ‘support peoples choice’ and the leaflet ‘the use of homeopathy in the EU‘.

Read more about this topic on ECHAMP’s website. 

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