A researcher's study on homeopathy for childhood diarrhoea was published in a prestigious medical journal. 'Skeptics' then tried to tear it apart. This was her response.
“Conditions that improved significantly with homeopathic treatment were rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, eczema, asthma, anxiety, depression…” and more.
Worldwide, Japanese encephalitis kills approximately 10,000 people a year. Some governments have been using homeopathy as a treatment and preventative.
Nobel Prize laureate Luc Montagnier presented a quasi-homeopathic method of how to detect viral infection to shocked scientists at a prestigious international conference.
Brazilian scientists demonstrated across several studies that potentised remedies reduced and controlled the spread of melanoma cells and tumours.
With homeopathy alleviating hay fever and other hypersensitivity disorders in these studies perhaps it should be considered as a primary form of treatment for allergy sufferers.
Patients treated with homeopathy reported improved quality of life, less pain and reduced need for other healthcare services.
Homeopathic treatment led to a significant decrease in the frequency, severity, and duration of these children's migraines.
Compared to the placebo group, the pain and inflammation of viral tonsillitis improved significantly and without adverse effects in the homeopathic group.