Is there really scientific evidence that homeopathy works?

drjeffSkeptics posing as “defenders of medical science” spread misinformation about homeopathy to confuse early learners … and homeopaths like Jeff Feinman expose their claims to the light of science to reveal the true facts.

One of our favourite vets, Jeff Feinman, regularly uses homeopathy for the animals he treats – and with good results – but he is more than a little fed up with online skeptics who spread misinformation about homeopathy.

Homeopathy’s effectiveness has been evident for more than 200-years with the 19th century alone showing a startling track record in epidemics such as cholera, yellow fever, scarlet fever, typhoid, pneumonia, and influenza.

Jeff says that current attacks mounted against homeopathy from within private and public institutions do not reflect the state of homeopathy’s worldwide achievements and acceptance. He points to numerous studies on hormesis – the science of the power of very small doses – and 150 placebo-controlled clinical trials, many of which show positive results even when compared with conventional drugs.

He issues a challenge to skeptics: try to maintain a family practice that only dispenses “sugar pills,” as they accuse homeopaths of using, to see if they can maintain that practice. Jeff is sure they will fail.
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