For those who doubt, here’s a simple homeopathic experiment to try at home. All you need are a few bean seeds and one remedy – you can even make the remedy yourself.
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When the ladybird beetle is turned into a homeopathic remedy becomes a useful treatment for a common garden problem.
Many know of Arnica’s benefits following a bruise or injury but who knew it could repair genetic damage from the sun’s ultra-violet radiation – at least in bacteria?
Worldwide, Japanese encephalitis kills approximately 10,000 people a year. Some governments have been using homeopathy as a treatment and preventative.
Scientists say the reason why we like watching sad movies is because ultimately, they make us feel happy. But is this just a homeopathic response?
A PhD Biochemist looks at how the research stacks up and why some are still antagonistic to homeopathy in the face of this evidence.
The Mission Neighborhood Resource Center provides a homeopathy clinic for those most at need, yet least able to pay, in San Francisco. Read their heartwarming stories and how this science …
Most people only think of little bottles of sugar pills and liquids when they think of homeopathy, but the homeopathic effect has been recognised and used in a variety of …
An interesting article by Mary in which she discusses the double-blind bind, why people think homeopathy can’t be true…and so – in their minds – isn’t true; why people wrongly …