Homeopathy Explained – Gentle Healing or Reckless Fraud?

Homeopathy Explained – Gentle Healing or Reckless Fraud?

What are the principles behind Homeopathy and does it work?

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  1. I dont agree with this video.

    Recently i had the issue of harsh coughing. What i would do is take homeopathic medicine before going to give a presentation and i wouldn't even cough once.

    Btw i tried using cough medicine and it didn't heal me as fast.

  2. I've seen some of these work, like the bee venom one can help with stinging, but there's always more to it than "a diluted version of your ailment will make it better"

  3. Well the word homeopathy where I come from directly refers to medicine made from plants and or not used in hospitals.

    For example valerian root extract to sleep. Or belladonna to stay calm. But it isn't watered down.

    The valerian root for example had a max dosage and you will start tripping balls if you down 20ml

    What is described in this video is selling people water.
    Maybe that's what the word homeopathy means and what the inventor made it out to be but I just see it as plant based medicine. Like CBD oil

  4. Great Homeopathy "scientists" I came across while talking to homeo shills on YouTube – some manager's student paper (Chikramane), meta-analysis by a guy who thinks he is a reincarnated spirit of a medieval man and belongs to some weirdo religion that only uses Homeopathy (Hahn), a quack fraud with no degree and gets arrested for unethical and arguably deadly cancer studies (Chatterjee), water memory proof by a snake oil salesman with a fake doctorate (Emoto), a smart guy who lost his mind and now thinks DNA is wireless (Montagnier) and talks antivaxx, guy who doesn't understand basic research protocols (Benveniste) and stubbornly argues when proven wrong and a whole bunch of third world nitwits, students and amateurs who dont understand science and think that any fake journal publication is scientific proof, this is the collection of silly people behind the science of Homeopathy, all publishing in garbage and predatory journals. All while coming up with pathetic excuses to what all leading scientists are actually saying.

    “The principles of homeopathy contradict known chemical, physical and biological laws and persuasive scientific trials proving its effectiveness are not available”

    Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

    “Homeopathy should not be used to treat health conditions that are chronic, serious, or could become serious. People who choose homeopathy may put their health at risk if they reject or delay treatments for which there is good evidence for safety and effectiveness.”

    National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia

    “These products are not supported by scientific evidence.”

    Health Canada, Canada

    “Homeopathic remedies don’t meet the criteria of evidence based medicine.”

    Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

    “The incorporation of anthroposophical and homeopathic products in the Swedish directive on medicinal products would run counter to several of the fundamental principles regarding medicinal products and evidence-based medicine.”

    Swedish Academy of Sciences, Sweden

    “We recommend parents and caregivers not give homeopathic teething tablets and gels to children and seek advice from their health care professional for safe alternatives.”

    Food and Drug Administration, USA

    “There is little evidence to support homeopathy as an effective treatment for any specific condition”

    National Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health, USA

    “There is no good-quality evidence that homeopathy is effective as a treatment for any health condition”

    National Health Service, UK

    “Homeopathic remedies perform no better than placebos, and that the principles on which homeopathy is based are “scientifically implausible””

    House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, UK