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“Homeopathic Vaccines” and “Nosodes”

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Von wegen, „so okay“, Herr Spahn! – Ein “Too long – Didn’t read” für Eilige

Der ausführliche Beitrag von Prof. Tina Salomon zu den “homöopathischen 20-Mio-Peanuts”, den wir vor kurzem unter der Rubrik “Standpunkte” veröffentlicht haben, stieß´auf reges Interesse – ...
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What does the German “internal consensus” mean?

This text describes the topic “Homoeopathy in German Pharmaceutical Law”. In 1976, consultations began on a fundamental reorganisation of German pharmaceutical law. By and large, ...
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Happy Birthday, Samuel Hahnemann!

Samuel Hahnemann, the inventor of homeopathy, would have turned 264 today. A retrospective by Dr. Natalie Grams When I first heard a sentence from Samuel ...
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Homeopathic preparations also don’t act through nanoparticles

Representatives of homeopathy often claim that nanoparticles of the mother tincture are the carriers of the effectiveness of homeopathic preparations. That this is not possible ...
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Can’t homeopathy not be a “placebo” because often the first given remedy does not work?

What happens after ingesting a homeopathic remedy – according to the homeopathic build of thought? Occasionally one is confronted with the argument that the effect ...
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Homeopathy isn’t a “stimulus-regulation therapy”

Homeopathy is occasionally referred to as “stimulus-regulation therapy”, which assumes the existence of a corresponding explanatory model. The reader (or listener) is left alone with ...
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“High dilution research” – relevance or not?

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Arnica for minor injuries

A popular remedy – a closer look Minor injuries with swelling (“bumps”) are often treated with arnica (e.g. in small children after they have fallen ...
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Nocebo – what’s that again?

On this page you will find various information about the placebo effect, which explain that it is effective with any kind of attention – and ...
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What is the Placebo effect and what are Context effects?

Let us first clarify what is meant by the term “placebo”. Here we would like to limit ourselves to placebos as drugs (yes, there are ...
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What does “proved” mean?

Evidence in Natural Science “Scientifically proven” or “scientifically refuted” are statements that are often heard, but they are not precise. More correct would be the ...
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Placebo by proxy – what does that mean?

The placebo effect in children – even infants – and animals does not even exist, we hear again and again. But that’s not true. It ...
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Homeopathy toothpaste – why that?

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A brief overview of the life of Samuel Hahnemann, the inventor of homeopathy

In 1755 a devastating earthquake destroyed Lisbon, the British-French war over North America raged and on 10 April Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann was born in ...
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But health insurance companies wouldn’t pay for ineffective drugs!

(This contribution describes the legal situation in Germany which currently applies to the reimbursement of homeopathy by the statutory health insurance.) Unfortunately the health insurances ...
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Objection: But homeopathy and naturopathy are identical!

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What about Schuessler Salts?

Are Schuessler Salts Homeopathy? The so-called “Schuessler salts” are often equated or confused with homeopathy. However, they do not go back to Hahnemann, but to ...
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Objection: Homeopathy is especially suitable for self-treatment!

Really? In the pharmacy all kinds of homeopathic globules are available for sale. They are also strongly promoted by the manufacturers with the attributes “gentle ...
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Objection: Potentiated means stronger!?!

Water lilies grow on a lake and their surface area increases tenfold every day. After nine days the lake is completely overgrown. How much of ...
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What are Bach Flower Remedies anyway?

About the inventor Edward Bach was a doctor from Birmingham, England, who studied medicine at the University College Hospital in London and graduated from Cambridge. ...
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Objection: But animal homeopathy still works!

Animal homeopathy is widespread and highly praised. At Google the term achieves nearly 100,000 hits (retrieved 20.08.2019). But it is a building that was first ...
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Objection: Globules are much better than antibiotics anyway!

“Antibiotics versus globules – really? “I’d rather take globules than antibiotics.” “Doctors prescribe way too much antibiotics randomly.” “If I take too much of it, ...
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Globules are natural and plant-based – really?

Another common misconception about homeopathy Many people assume that homeopathic remedies are made from herbal substances. But if you look at the long “drug lists” ...
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Objection: Theoretically bumble bees can’t fly either!

“According to the known laws of aerodynamics, a bumblebee cannot fly. The bumblebee knows nothing about aerodynamics – and still flies”… …and therefore, as the ...
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Objection: Mobile phones also function immaterially during data transmission!

Homeopathic remedies in medium and high potencies do not contain any or no significant amounts of the remedy indicated on the packaging. Some advocates of ...
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Objection: CDs also store information!

Does storing music on a CD really have anything to do with homeopathy? Proponents of homeopathy often point out that chemical analysis cannot determine whether ...
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Hahnemann’s Organon – Fundamental Work of Homeopathy

A book from the beginning of the 19th century – a Bible of today’s “medicine”? The Organon can justifiably be called the Bible of homeopaths. ...
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Was hinter einer “positiven Studie” von Homöopathen steckt – ein Beispiel

Der nachstehende Beitrag erhellt exemplarisch, was sich so manches Mal hinter Veröffentlichungen der homöopathischen Szene verbirgt. Auf seiner Facebook-Seite hatte der DZVhÄ (Deutscher Zentralverein homöopathischer ...
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Homeopathy: Individuality vs. Confusion of Symptoms

The “individual” homeopathy – is it really that? Homeopathy is said to be a very individual therapy. Even the smallest differences between two patients can ...
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Why people like to believe in homeopathy

“We all don’t process information as carefully and reflectively as we think we do.” Fast thinking versus slow thinking People use two different ways of ...
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Why do we call homeopathy pseudo- and no longer alternative medicine?

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Homeopathy is esotericism

This true without lying, certain and most true. That which is below is like that which is above and that which is above is like ...
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