Homeopathic Prevention and Management of Epidemic Diseases

Remember when an international delegation of homeopaths travelled to Liberia to cure Ebola? Virologists and other experts thought at the time that this was pure madness. But, from the perspective of dedicated homeopaths who have gone...

Medorrhinum: another surprising homeopathic remedy

Homeopaths seem prone to getting a few things badly wrong (evidently, if not they would not be homeopaths!). Gonorrhoea is not a viral condition as some of them seem to assume, for instance; it is caused...

The German media campaign to save homeopathy

In Germany, homeopathy had been an undisputed favourite for a very long time. Doctors prescribed it, Heilpraktiker recommended it, patients took it and consumers, politicians, journalists, etc. hardly ever questioned it. But recently, this has...

Homeopathy: from the bizarre to the outright belwildering

It’s still ‘HOMEOPATHIC AWARENESS WEEK’. What better time for introducing you to one of the most bewildering aspect of this bizarre therapy? Homeopathy is not just being promoted as a treatment for humans and animals, it...

A pseudo-prize for pseudo-research into pseudo-medicine

An announcement (it’s in German, I’m afraid) proudly declaring that ‘homeopathy fulfils the criteria of evidence-based medicine‘ caught my attention. Here is the story: In 2016, Dr. Melanie Wölk, did a ‘Master of Science’* at the ‘Donau...