Colin Griffith 

Colin Griffith, MCH, HMA is a highly respected homoeopath, writer, teacher and practitioner with more than 20 years of experience. He studied at the College of Homoeopathy in London (1986-1989). In 1999 Colin, Janice Micallef and the late Martin Miles founded the Guild of Homoeopaths, a 2 year post graduate course which was the outcome of a meditation group dedicated to the research and meditative provings of new remedies. He has been a member of this proving circle for 20 years. Some of the results of these provings have been published in his two volumes of The New Materia Medica (Watkins). Remedies like Ayahuasca, Sycamore Seed, Rose Quartz and many others are among the results. Colin and Martin Miles were among the first homeopaths who strongly advocated the combined study and integration into homoeopathic thinking of oriental medical philosophy with a thorough understanding of the chakras; this has become known as evolutionary homoeopathy, a way of thinking that places emphasis less on the often frustrating search for ‘cure’ (and the methodologies employed to achieve it) than on the patient’s life course and purpose. This integration of the practice of homoeopathy with traditional eastern medicine has become one of Colin's main interests and what he most enjoys lecturing on. He has given seminars in Ireland, Canada, the United States, Greece, Japan and Spain. He often runs seminars in the UK while working in a very busy practice in Kent where two of his children have also begun their careers in alternative medicine.


Books and publications



The Companion to Homeopathy The Practitioner's Guide

Book Reviews:

Reviewed By: Dr. Manish Bhatia

Review from The Homeopath

Review from Homoeopathic Links

Review from Simillimum

Review from Homeopathy Today

The Practical Handbook of Homeopathy The How, When, Why and Which

Book Review: Positive Health Online


The New Materia Medica: Key Remedies for the Future of Homoeopathy

Book Review: Review by Louise Mclean



Homeopathy in Practice (Alliance of Registered Homeopaths journal)

Hidden maintaining causes, July 2003

The proving of MRPG3, Autumn 2006

The Homeopath (The Society of Homeopaths journal)

Homeopathy and Developmental Learning Difficulties, No. 56. 1995

Prometheus Unbound (The Guild of Homeopaths journal)

Berlin Wall . Vol 1, No 2 Spring 1995
The Thymus Gland Vol 2, No 1 Autumn 1995
Paleopathology and the Hierarhy of Miasms No. 6 June 1997
Leprosy and Leprosinum. No.8 June 1998
Should We Still Remember Smallpox? No. 9 December 1998
Silverfish.   No. 10 June 1999