Latin is the scientific standard used around the world. Since homeopathy is virtually used in all countries. It makes sense that the classification and naming of the remedies is a universal standard. If you are ever in doubt about the source of a homeopathic remedy, it is best to ask your homeopath.
The fact that homeopathic medicines are prepared in a pharmacy or a laboratory and that their preparation involves a particular technique subject to precise and clearly stated controls (it does not involve mysterious and secret processes which put it into the realm of white magic or alchemy) is enough to convince many people of its validity.
National certification for homeopaths meets US Federal Government standards established under the US Health Care Reform Act, and further defined through criteria established by the Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium.