Homeopathy is no fad

KarenWehrstein_zps1b998eadKaren Wehrstein, director of the Toronto-based Canadian Consumers Centre for Homeopathy, responds to a critic in the Montreal Gazette with, “It is no fad.”

She then explains how homeopathy is one of the fastest growing forms of treatment in the world with somewhere between 300 million and 500 million people using it for their health complaints and nations incorporating it into their health-care systems.

In addition, Karen points to recent research and information from a Nobel laureate scientist on how electromagnetic waves have been discovered in homeopathic dilutions of DNA. Perhaps these may be responsible for the homeopathic effect of potentised remedies?

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