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Thanks for reading and commenting on my article.

Homeopathy is considered to be alternative/complementary therapy and some people report good effects using homeopathic treatments. It is not clear that the results people obtain from homeopathy are not due to placebo though. People are amazingly suceptible to placebo. Next time you receive a medication with an drug insert that shows the results of a study on the effectiveness of a medication, look at the list of symptoms the placebo group developed. The fact that anyone can break out with a rash or develop GI distress when they were in the group that received nothing shows that our brains do have alot of control over our bodies.

I lean towards being a scientist when it come to Homepathy and I do not understand the "science" of how solutions that only have the "essence" of substances can exert a curative effect on the body. The air is full of "essences" of all types of chemicals and so we are constantly bombarded with all types of particles that our bodies may or may not react to, so how does the body know which minute substances are intended to cure us or not.

There are usually other herbs mixed in with Homeopathic treatments and perhaps those are exerting the curative benefit. In terms of nail fungus. Fungi are very difficult to rid the body of and when treated, I'm not entirely sure we aren't just knocking down the population low enough to not cause symptoms rather than actually killing it off.

June 17, 2009 - 7:07am


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