I’m often told that there is no research showing the benefits of homoeopathy and much research showing that it is nothing more than placebo at best and pure charlatanism/lunacy at worst. Of course, those who express such learned opinions usually have no idea what homoeopathy is, and when asked parrot something vague about tiny doses and, on a good day, some garbled version of “cure by similars”.
Wikipedia, the source of information for many of the learned masses, is particularly delinquent in its treatment of homoeopathy. The following is excerpted from an article by Dana Ullman who tried to rectify the situation in 2014. Judging from today’s Wikipedia entry on homoeopathy, any such attempts have not yet been successful. Continue reading