Homeopathy and science get along just fine. In a fascinating read, Biochemist Clara Amaya, PhD, looks at how the research stacks up and why some are antagonistic to it. She says in part:
“Accepting that homeopathic medicines have a biological effect, even in potencies where dilution goes beyond Avogadro’s number—the point at which not a single molecule of the original substance is likely to remain in the solution—is not easy. It is hard for people steeped in long-established precepts of chemistry to accept that their knowledge might be wrong, or at least incomplete.”
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