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Re: homeopathy ShelliR

Posted by the blue professor on March 12, 2003, at 23:19:52

In reply to Re: homeopathy ShelliR, posted by Jacob on March 12, 2003, at 22:13:32

Please do not any of you waste your money on this homeopathic nonsense. There has never been any scientific tests that show that there is any benefit at all from these preparations.

In these 'medicines' there are literally no traces at all of the "active" ingredients said to be at work. Preparations are usually well beyond Avagadro's Limit, which means that there have been so many one-in-ten (or one-in-one-hundred) dilutions made, that it is VERY unlikely for there to be even one molecule or atom of the original substance, present.

As an example, for a particular homeopathic sleeping pill (having caffeine as its 'active ingredient'), you would have to consume over sixteen swimming pools full of the pills to have any chance at all of getting only ONE MOLECULE of caffeine.

This is a money-making scam and that is all it is. If the modus operandi of homeopathic medicine were correct, you could cure everything by simply drinking tap water. This water would be FAR, FAR more likely to have at least one molecule of ANY substance than a homeopathic preparation would.




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