Gallavardin set up a homeopathic Dispensary for the cure of alcoholics, often working in conjunction with priests, and he wrote several books on this subject.
In 1861, Jean Pierre Gallavardin published a report into clinical trials of homeopathy which had been conducted in eight French hospitals, These clinical trials had been conducted over a period of fifteen years, involving 20,000 patients, and compared homeopathy and allopathy (Charles Cropper (Ed.), The American Homeopathist, Volumes 1-2, (Smith & Worthington, 1865). Multiple pages and page 79), the results of which were published ‘openly in the face of the whole World’.
Some distinguished French homeopaths (Francois Perrussel, Jean Pierre Gallavardin, Pierre Jousset, Leon Francois Adolphe Simon, Alphonse Noack, and Pierre Augustus Rapou) founded homeopathic dynasties…
Jean Pierre Gallavardin wrote Psychism and Homeopathy, The Homoeopathic Treatment of Alcoholism, How to Cure Alcoholism the Non-toxic Homoeopathic Way, Repertory of Psychic Medicines with Materia Medica, Plastic Medicine, and articles for The British Journal of Homeopathy, On Phosphoric Paralysis, and he collated the statistics on pneumonia and other cases for the United States Journal of Homeopathy, and he contributed widely to homeopathic publications.
Emmanuel Gallavardin son of Jean Pierre Gallavardin was also a homeopath, and he wrote articles for various homeopathic publications, and he translated his father’s publications into English.
Jules Gallavardin 1848 – 1917 brother of Jean Pierre Gallavardin was also a homeopath, and he wrote Pamphlets. Homeopathy, Des vrais caractères de la thérapeutique expérimentale, and articles for various homeopathic publications.
Louis Gallardin 1875 – was a Cardiologist.
Wilhelm Gallavardin was also a homeopath.