posted on Jan, 27 2013 @ 07:38 PM
Originally posted by juleol
Originally posted by Chai_An
Yes they think anything that a person can do to improve their health without spending a fortune with them is rubbish. It's understandable and
predictable of them. Lets say it's a placebo and people are getting well off of sugar pills, so what as long as they get well which should be the
But what about those that do not get well from a placebo??? Like lets say you have some naive parents with a very ill child and then decides to go for
homeopathy instead when there are real treatments that actually works?? This actually happens in real life...
I dont understand why this is so hard for you believers to understand.
And why are you still acting like it is wrong to call it a placebo when all studies show that this is the case??
There is not even a single logical reason why it should work since there is no damn active ingredient in any of those homeopathy bottles. They all
contain just water and nothing else.
So please explain how drinking pure water could even do anything more than a placebo does?
If people don't get well then they should exercise their right to pursue other treatments, it's just that simple. I'm acting like it's wrong to call
it placebo? Really? They can call it dog doo what matters is the person's well-being and healing.
Heck doctors can't explain a great many things about the body or healing in general because everyone is operating on theories. What we're talking
about are theories meaning nothing is written in stone. Mainstream medicine is a crap shoot just like non-traditional medicine, one thing don't work
for everybody. The theory with homeopathy is the original (inorganic or organic) compound after several episodes of dilution carries the energy
(vibration) of the original chemical which is chosen for it's opposite effects of the illness. Hey I've used homeopathy over the years, there were
times it worked without a hitch and other times I went to other alternatives.
You know what to be honest I could care less if it's just water from the study's doctors' perspectives if people want to try this particular theory
then they should. At least we know it's not poison which traditional doctors prescribe everyday without a second thought.
I'm all for choice. If the parents think allopathic medicine is the answer for their child then so be it however the same is true for the homeopathic
medicine. These are options, people want to discourage options. Traditional medicine is like any other industry they try to eliminate their
competition for the dollars and cents so they put down any alternatives. Healing is not about one size fit all treatments that's why writing off
alternative treatments is a mistake made too often.
edit on 27-1-2013 by Chai_An because: (no reason given)