Studies show that patients treated by their doctor with homeopathic remedies do as well or better than those given conventional medicines.
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A homeopathic doctor responds to a criticism of homeopathy by explaining how, in the face of all available evidence, there’s just no way to justify the placebo argument
“Individually prescribed homeopathic medicines were associated with significantly greater improvement of PM scores in women with PMS, compared to placebo.”
Wikipedia says, “homeopathy is a pseudoscience and its remedies have been found to be no more effective than placebos.” We say, bollocks! Here’s 23 reasons why.
“In reviewing the “highest quality studies,” the researchers found that patients given homeopathic treatment were almost twice as likely to experience a therapeutic benefit as those given a placebo.”
“Research about nanoparticles and the properties of water confronts the claims against the homeopathic tradition, that remedies are nothing more than placebo..”
Read about Katie, a lab who had a terrible time with itching. She would scratch until she bled and keep the entire family awake at night and had a huge appetite.
The most outrageous lies about homeopathy are usually generated by those who know the least. Read how they could do better.