The reason is pretty simple: there’s no evidence that it works.
Captain Obvious to the rescue!
You know how you call alternative medicine that works? Medicine.
There’s some good news, and some bad news.
I wish people would stop trying to milk homeopathy already.
Maybe they’ll wiggle out of it by printing with ink diluted 1000 times to make it more effective.
While there is a full scientific consensus that homeopathy is a pseudoscience many people still believe in it.
Almost 30 delegates were rushed to a hospital in Germany, suffering from hallucinations and cramps. The “alternative medicine conference” went astray when delegates took a hallucinogenic drug somewhat related to LSD (2C-E – Aquarust in Germany).
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australia’s top medical research body, found that homeopathy does improve or alleviate any medical condition after systematically studying 225 research papers on homeopathy. While it’s true some people might feel better after a so-called homeopathic treatment, the researchers conclude that these benefits are no better than ingesting a sugar pill – a placebo.
Green MP Steffan Browning was slammed by the public opinion and has subsequently been stripped of one of his portfolios after he suggested fighting Ebola with homeopathy. I have to admit, I couldn’t help a chuckle on finding this out. I mean, the fact that a Member of the Parliament of a developed country suggests treating one of the most
Last week we described a study which concluded that homeopathy is nothing more than a placebo effect — it was just one of the many scientific studies which found the same thing. But many people swear by homeopathy and, judging from what’s happening in the comment section and our inbox, they feel very strongly about it. So let’s take a step back,
Homeopathy is bust, it doesn’t really do anything, it’s just a make-believe treatment. Why do I have to write another article debunking it? Well, because people still buy it. People are still tricked by non-medics non-scientists into using “treatments” which are just a placebo. Homeopathy lacks biological plausibility and the axioms of homeopathy have been refuted for some time; and guess what
Well, the talk is on homeopathy, but this is really not about homeopathy. It’s about the “physics” explanation, and how it manages to be so absurd that it basically urinates on pretty much modern science in just 5 minutes (which is quite an achievement, truth be told). With no disrespect, how she got the “Dr.” title is beyond me, and