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homeopathy or naturopathy
There is a person or 2 on CWE that use homeopathy and feel that they have had good results. Hootie has lots of experience with it if you'd like to ask her.
Personally, I feel that since it is based on the theories that what causes your pathology will cure it (like cures like) and that the smaller the dose the stronger the cure as well as that water has "memory" that it is impossible to contradict the rules of physics and be curative at the same time.
The scientific studies I've found have all found it to work no better than a placebo. http://www.dcscience.net/?p=164
Naturopathy itself has not been scientifically proven to work either. Just because something is not proven doesn't mean it doesn't work but I do believe that certain plants/herbs have certain effects but what naturopathy claims things do has is not always (& is sometimes the opposite) of what has been shown in scientific studies. It also claims to be based on energy healing & I believe that its energy (if it exists) can only do so much.
"It's no longer a question of staying healthy. It's a question of finding a sickness you like." -Jackie Mason
Last edited by epileric; 01-07-2012 at 01:39 PM.
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