Doctors are using trace amounts of peanuts to cure anaphylactic peanut allergies in children. Sounds a lot like homeopathy to us.
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Scenario: It’s night. Your little one is fretful with ear pain. What to do? Four clinical trials have shown homeopathic remedies relieved earaches and infections faster than antibiotics
A doctor’s study on homeopathy for childhood diarrhoea was published in a prestigious medical journal. Known homeopathic skeptics then attempted to tear it apart.
A complex (combination) homeopathic product was compared with another complex product to examine its effectiveness in preventing recurrent URTIs in children.
Homeopathic treatment led to a significant decrease in the frequency, severity, and duration of these children’s migraines
“When children who have never been exposed to sexual matters start to behave in this manner, parents are obviously concerned and confused.” One particular remedy may help.
Who would have thought that common nutmeg, regularly used as a culinary spice, could treat symptoms such as confusion and sleepiness when potentised into a remedy?
Compared to placebo, the homeopathic treatment group had significant improvement in the pain and inflammation of their viral tonsillitis, and without adverse effects.
In a pilot study of children and teens, 63% experienced significant improvement with no side-effects when treated with homeopathy for their ADHD symptoms.