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- What does the German “internal consensus” mean?
- Happy Birthday, Samuel Hahnemann!
- Homeopathic preparations also don’t act through nanoparticles
- Can’t homeopathy not be a “placebo” because often the first given remedy does not work?
- Homeopathy isn’t a “stimulus-regulation therapy”
- “High dilution research” – relevance or not?
- Arnica for minor injuries
- What does “proved” mean?
- Glasses, dentures and homeopathy – The role of statutory health insurances
- Homeopathy toothpaste – why that?
- But homeopathy is a holistic method, in contrast to “orthodox medicine”! – Isn’t it?
- What are Bach Flower Remedies anyway?
- Objection: Globules are much better than antibiotics anyway!
- Globules are natural and plant-based – really?
- Objection: Theoretically bumble bees can’t fly either!
- Objection: Mobile phones also function immaterially during data transmission!
- Objection: CDs also store information!
- Why I don’t give any globules to my children – a mother’s blog entry
- Why people like to believe in homeopathy
- Why do we call homeopathy pseudo- and no longer alternative medicine?
- Homeopathy is esotericism