Homeopathy Explained - Gentle Healing or Reckless Fraud?

  • Published on Feb 22, 2018
  • What are the principles behind Homeopathy and does it work?
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    Main principles of homeopathy:
    Information Network Homeopathy Germany:
    Homeopedia - German Online Encyclopedia:
    List of homeopathic remedies:
    Information regarding different homeopathic potencies:

    Physical examination of dilution

    Hahnemanns explanation for the efficacy of homeopathy despite dilution:
    § 270 Sixth edition
    18th century medicine
    Hahnemanns rules for taking homeopathic remedies, Organon of medicine §260 Sixth edition:
    Studies about the lacking efficacy of homeopathic products:
    Statement of the European Academies Science Advisory Council September 2017:
    Australian Study from the National and Medical Health Council, 2015:
    Systematic reviews from Mathie et al, employees of the Homeopathy Research Institutebit.ly/2GaWI7x
    Statement from the FDA demanding homeopathic companies must prove efficacy of their products:
    Statement from the FDA regarding their approach towards homeopathic remedies
    Quote: There are no drug products labeled as homeopathic that are approved by FDA.
    The Placebo and Nocebo Phenomena: Their Clinical Management and Impact on Treatment Outcomes
    Placebo interventions for all clinical conditions
    Components of placebo effect: randomised controlled trial in patients with irritable bowel syndrome
    Placeboeffect on children and animals
    Caregiver placebo effect in analgesic clinical trials for cats with naturally occurring degenerative joint disease-associated pain.
    Homeopathy is big pharma:
    Homeopathic anamnesis/ initial interview:
    Exemplary questionnaire for initial interview:
    Marketshare and market development for homeopathy
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    Blog beweisaufnahme-homoeopathie.de (German, some articles in English)
    ORGANON OF MEDICINE by Hahnemann Samuel (Original text)
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    Deutsches Informationsnetzwerk Homöopathie
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    US Department of Health: Information overview about homeopathy
    Homepathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States
    (Official Compendium of Homeopathic ingredients)
    List of over 5000 homeopathic ingredients A-Z
    FDA warns against the use of homeopathic teething tablets and gels
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  • Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
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      RiDOUBOY ! 8 days ago

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    • bolivar vendetta
      bolivar vendetta 9 days ago

      bloodletting left patients worse off? tell that to hemochromatosis and polycythemia patients!

    • Channel Buster
      Channel Buster 10 days ago


  • Richard Goodman
    Richard Goodman 4 hours ago

    eventualy there will be so much anitvacer,flatearth dickweeds and they will all get ebola and die so there genes will be gone

  • Cammy Dent
    Cammy Dent 8 hours ago +1

    I THOGHT I was out of don't hug me I'm scared AHHHHUUHAhhhyy

  • Kamal Singh
    Kamal Singh Day ago

    What amazingly soothing and satisfying animation

  • MrUnlimitedTorque
    MrUnlimitedTorque Day ago +1

    Homeopathy sounds like a cult to me.

  • Henrique Nunes
    Henrique Nunes Day ago

    If alternative medicine worked, it would be called "medicine".
    Also, lmao at the porn book with conspicuous white stains

  • John Doe
    John Doe Day ago

    I love this impartial and justified explanation that something is completely useless.

  • MethtimezZz
    MethtimezZz Day ago

    Too bad the so called "personal" element of homeopathy only exists to lure uneducated and easily manipulated people into treatments that don't work

  • Omar Dominguez
    Omar Dominguez Day ago

    What the fuck is up with this Channel and pigeons?!

  • Seth Begley
    Seth Begley Day ago

    You advertise your German channel like we are all German. I'd personally like to watch the videos in German videos that arent going to be english, but I don't speak German.

  • Blur BlurO
    Blur BlurO 2 days ago

    Funny thing is, placebo has a lot to do with curing cancer and sugar water might be more effective than nuking your body with chemo.

  • Dennis Smith
    Dennis Smith 2 days ago

    I drank the Queens golden shower earlier. It was a bit dilute, but some of it passed through her at least once!

  • Julia Rohsmann
    Julia Rohsmann 2 days ago

    I completely agree that life-threatening, powerful diseases should be treated with powerful allopathic medicine like chemotherapy and other drugs, but emotional-based and mild disorders like stress, lack of appetite, light inflammation, small rashes etc. have always gone away easier with me through homeopathy and been exacerbated by stronger medication.

  • meme lord
    meme lord 2 days ago

    Did anyone els get the Dont Hug Me I’m Scared clock

  • Steven Nesfeder
    Steven Nesfeder 2 days ago


  • shot het
    shot het 3 days ago

    Alaways love your tiny birds

  • Mouren
    Mouren 3 days ago

    Obviously a homeopath can take hours to talk to a patient, their overhead is sugar and water. Doctors have to invest and buy items that take hundreds of thousands of dollars in research and development to work provably, rather than eating a piece of bark and going "that gave me a headache, must cure headaches!"

  • Tony Nameless
    Tony Nameless 4 days ago

    Before flood people lived nearly 1000 years.
    Today we cant make it to a 100.
    I understand that flood change environment we live in so much that everyone who was born after the flood were declining their life span and in just few hundred years came down to today's average of 80 years.
    So i am not so sure medicine makes our life longer by any means.
    Sure it helps us to heal, but healing you does not make your life longer.
    Sure it may save you from death, but i doubt it will make you live longer then average expected number of years.

  • Miguel Lopes
    Miguel Lopes 4 days ago

    Portuguese please! :)
    And keep up the excellent work!

  • my channel
    my channel 4 days ago

    It's bull crap
    And that's final

  • bokam tulasidhar
    bokam tulasidhar 4 days ago


  • ramzi abdulrahman
    ramzi abdulrahman 5 days ago


  • CarcassRose
    CarcassRose 5 days ago

    fantasztikus! ^^

  • TW90
    TW90 5 days ago

    Wow i love how they try to rationalise dog and baby placebos.... We can learn a lot from India and Switzerland, both endorse homeopathy and see it can work along side Allopathy. 7 meta Analysis have been done on the effectiveness of homeopathy and 6 have been positive showing it works better than placebo only 1 showing negative effectiveness.

  • Marchel Andersen
    Marchel Andersen 6 days ago

    the thing you say about water memory, is it not a proven fact that water holds memory ? i think some japanese guy demontrate it

  • The Reprehensible
    The Reprehensible 6 days ago +1

    The harm of this sort of thing is that it DOESN'T heal them, it merely applies a placebo affect to them which CAN help with some cases... But not every disease or oddity in the body can be repelled via placebo.
    Worse, the few successes that result can cause the people that use these faulty remedies to suggest them to others, which can lead to serious infections and death since a placebo's effects are variable as hell.

    TL;DR: Placebos are bad because they inspire confidence that leads to a false sense of security.
    It's akin to using a cardboard box as a bunker to hide from a nuclear detonation.
    You might somehow survive a nuke within one at a distance, but telling other people to do this instead of finding proper shelter or fleeing the threat is a bad, BAD thing.

    So there is PLENTY wrong with allowing this ignorance to spread.
    Ignorance and false security kills.

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 5 days ago

      _"Worse, the few successes that result can cause the people that use these faulty remedies to suggest them to others, which can lead to serious infections and death since a placebo's effects are variable as hell."_
      First of course is that the so-called "placebo effect" is nothing more than a fancy term for the spontaneous remission as always happens in some cases. So the placebo did nothing - rather the person's immune system finally got ahold of the situation and defeated the illness....................an action the person then incorrectly ascribes to the placebo.
      Moral of the story: to as you alluded to = the real problem with homeopathy is that is can lead people to not seek medical treatment in favor of these panaceas which as noted are not reliable. That can result in unnecessary suffering and even death in extreme cases.

  • The Reprehensible
    The Reprehensible 6 days ago

    Damned alternative "medicine" wackjobs...

    • The Reprehensible
      The Reprehensible 6 days ago

      I think it'd be more accurate to say "You gave us a link that proves it DOES nothing", rather than saying the link proves nothing.

    • The Reprehensible
      The Reprehensible 6 days ago

      A repost from an earlier comment by:

      2 months ago (edited)
      Basis document being referenced:
      "Efficacy of homeopathy in livestock according to peer-reviewed publications from 1981 to 2014 ".
      C. Doehring, DVM and A. Sundrum, PhD, DVM 2016

      The retort:
      "Did you even read that same study you linked?
      According to it, things like the potency of the homeopathic medicine, it's composition or what it was prescripted for had no relevance to its effect. There was also too high of a variance on diseases being tested or animals subjected to the trials:
      "A classic comparison of the individual clinical trials within a systematic review according to the principles of evidence-based medicine was not possible. These principles involve randomisation, blinding and several clinical trials performed on the same species, disease and remedy to be evaluated in a systematic way. A large heterogeneity among all clinical trials was found."
      It also mentions how plenty of relevant information to the trials was undisclosed, thus it cannot be repeated (that's a VITAL part of the scientific method, as you may know):
      "Within the studies considered, the use of the same remedy administered to the same species with a comparable medical indication was not repeated. Thus, the results lack any reproducibility."
      There was also no clear definiton on what implied "being completely cured" on the subjects, with very variable definitions on it. Again, poor science.
      The conclusion itself on that same study says it clearly:
      "Due to a lack of prognostic validity, replacing or reducing antibiotics with homeopathy currently cannot be recommended unless evidence of efficacy is reproduced by RCTs and proven in various farm practice conditions."

      "Basically, you have given us a link that proves nothing, as acknowledged by the same guys doing the study."

  • TitanOfChaos
    TitanOfChaos 6 days ago

    So if homeopathy is just people believing that stuff would work and It does, wouldn't it work better with ACTUAL medicine that ACTUALLY helps you and people would believe it works because it ACTUALLY does?

  • Bryce Boyer
    Bryce Boyer 7 days ago +1

    Although homeopathy cannot be proven through a scientific method using bio chemistry, in quantum bio electric feedback that's another story. This is a topic more touchy than veganism because people think homeopaths are ripping people off and are a bunch of ignorant and heartless thieves... I disagree with this immensely having a number of homeopathic, naturopathic, and DO's as my friends and seeing their genuine care and commitment to helping their patients. I also know from first hand experience with homeopathy that it worked for me immensely regardless of my incredible skepticism. Maybe the placebo works even when you don't believe something will work? Issues I've had for years eased off significantly, perhaps unconsciously I let go of something that was making me sick.
    1 thing that can be proven by science is structured water, a big selling point of homeopathy. There are tons of documentaries and studies on this with physicists, doctors, etc. so start looking into it if you want to learn more. Something that has been proven is how our intention, emotion, and conditioning towards something changes its physicality in a dramatic way. So if water truly does retain information, as any other substance would being that we're all vibrating photons and quarks depending on how you look at it, would that not imply that by drinking or ingesting that water it would positively impact us with the vibration, or with the essence of the intention, emotion, conditioning etc.?
    I don't know anything but I am fascinated by all of this and love to learn about it. I feel like there is a missing component in medicine and it's ultimately the bio-energy side of treating illness. Take light or laser based therapies right? Energy based treatments that have been proven to work countless times all through photons and vibration. It's the same coin, different sides.
    Anyways, keep researching all of this! While some homeopathy may be bullshit, perhaps there are components of it that are actually usable and effective? Never think you know anything because as soon as you do, you're trapped.

  • Yassin Osman
    Yassin Osman 7 days ago

    This is the best, most intellectual, well built, and deeply thought channel I have ever seen in my century. I would like to immensely thank you for all these complex topics that range from politics to quantum physics. Your contribution to humanity and education has not gone unnoticed.

  • Mobius Katchmar
    Mobius Katchmar 8 days ago

    So...that big list of things you couldn't do to make homeopathy work included basically a lot of things that might make an illness worse, yet it was the remedies themselves that did the actual work.
    Wow. Sometimes the degree to which old-timey medicine could get things wrong still amazes me.

  • Carpentress Of Kekistan

    Was that a Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared reference? Cool cats

  • Philip Rosenov
    Philip Rosenov 8 days ago

    My family uses homeopathy !!!

  • Joao Freitas
    Joao Freitas 8 days ago

    Its like god, it doesn't exist .. but faith can cure depressions ...

  • Ajay Lokare
    Ajay Lokare 8 days ago

    why dont u make this type of video on Ayurveda. Because it having 6000yr Of History.

  • Alice Baraguard
    Alice Baraguard 8 days ago


  • DoctorScrimguard
    DoctorScrimguard 8 days ago

    Was that the clock from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared?

  • MrMojoRisinV
    MrMojoRisinV 9 days ago


  • Andreasz Mavridisz
    Andreasz Mavridisz 9 days ago


  • Rúben Franco
    Rúben Franco 9 days ago

    "...no masturbation..." NO MAN would survive in the 18th century

  • thursday
    thursday 9 days ago

    I’m a pharmacy student and I literally had to learn all of this for an exam, it was irritating to learn tbh

  • Yogi
    Yogi 9 days ago

    "See people, not number"
    man, that was strong

    WWE FAN 9 days ago

    How much does Pharmaceutical companies Pay You For Killing This Real Medicine . . . Which can cure Dieseases Neither. Make make a Diesease worse while consuming Poison (Modern Medicine)

  • BattousaiHBr
    BattousaiHBr 9 days ago

    do you know how we call an alternative medicine that works?

  • Mr. Loowiz
    Mr. Loowiz 9 days ago

    Placebo is not an excuse for a scam. Homeopathy is stealing money from people AND killing people who reject traditional medicine in favor of this lying bullshit.

  • Julian Quinton
    Julian Quinton 9 days ago

    Dont hug me
    Im terrified

  • carrapaz
    carrapaz 10 days ago

    noooo please i love your vids! keep it in english!

  • Billy Sooner
    Billy Sooner 10 days ago

    Placebo effect is Basically scamming you off of something your mind can do for you, Positive thinking.

  • Luis Najera
    Luis Najera 10 days ago

    Love it keep the hard work thank you for all the videos

  • Udhav Julka
    Udhav Julka 10 days ago

    Cancer is just lack of love..
    Will be proven in years to come..
    Indian heritage is super rich study if u read abt it u will be suprised..
    Illitrate English man who invaded us made the world believe that we are illitrate...
    They are doing more harm to humanity then ever been done before..
    Search again avg age of man is on decline big time..
    Study well before making a video..
    Don't decive ppl

    • CodeKillerz
      CodeKillerz Day ago

      It’s confirmed. Case closed.

    • Udhav Julka
      Udhav Julka 2 days ago

      Great Mallard A only good therapy for a cancer patient is to heal from with in..
      And practice love to those whom the hate.. that's a cure..
      Definately not chemotherapy

    • Udhav Julka
      Udhav Julka 2 days ago

      Great Mallard that's the law of universe for u sir..
      What u give it, it gives u back many times and more

    • Great Mallard
      Great Mallard 2 days ago

      Udhav Julka so cancer patients deserve cancer?, completely incorrect

    • Udhav Julka
      Udhav Julka 2 days ago

      Great Mallard lack of love inside the patient.. the outer love that they get would never be able to cure..
      Cancer is patients own body cells eating up the body organs by mistaking them for foreign substance..
      This only happen when u hate something/someone so much so form the inside that u start to live with that hatred..
      Our body is pool of germ cells..
      They behave in unison to make it function..
      ( Say) if u start to hate me.. ur cells in the body will get confused and start hating each other..
      Thus producing cancer cell..
      These cancer cells are produced every single time u hate..
      When the magnitude reaches a celing limit it can be declared as cancer

  • Udhav Julka
    Udhav Julka 10 days ago

    Modern medicine is a fraud and has been proven time and again

    • Udhav Julka
      Udhav Julka 9 days ago

      Hm Grraarrpffrzz this video is not a proof either.. the above link i hav shared must be enough proof

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 9 days ago

      Still waiting.

  • Amit Gupta
    Amit Gupta 10 days ago

    Not everything is correct in this video, it works well for skin related visible ailments.

  • reandom life.
    reandom life. 10 days ago


  • That Red Bastard
    That Red Bastard 11 days ago

    If placebo is soo good why isin't there a placebo 2?

  • Nick Bennett
    Nick Bennett 11 days ago

    Big fan of this video

  • Blunderbuss09
    Blunderbuss09 11 days ago

    I'm surprised that this video makes an excellent point - that homeopathy reassures and cares about the chronically ill in a way that scientific medicine does not. I really understand the sense of hopelessness and despair from going to doctor to doctor to receive no help, and the desperation to try ANYTHING to make you well. But then I feel like homeopathy is taking advantage, knowingly or not, of this desperation, which I find morally abhorrent.

  • Ben T
    Ben T 11 days ago

    Is a novemdecillion

  • Pulkit Gupta
    Pulkit Gupta 11 days ago

    Although both my parents are homoeopathic doctors, I do agree with the points put forward in this video. But firstly, fact is that homoeopathy works! Now, ik that these medicines are extremely dilute, exceeding Avogadro's limit, but since these medicines are made up of mainly carbon compounds, according to kohlrausch's law, the ions of a carbon compound are fully expressed in infinite dilution, so that's that...
    And also my father took me to CCRH(idk the exact full form but it's the research institute of homeopathy in india) and saw experiments being conducted by some botanists on a culture. They took Thuja medicine(it is known to be a cell inhibitor) of different dilutions in different cultures and viola, the results were in favour of homoeopathy....

  • G Unite
    G Unite 11 days ago +1

    Im sick of seeing comments with people brushing off homeopathy like its nothing serious, the reality is people spend billions of dollars each year on this shit WHICH LITERALLY DOES NOTHING AT ALL

  • Justin Why?
    Justin Why? 11 days ago

    u ruined the illusion :(

  • StankyJuju 11:11
    StankyJuju 11:11 12 days ago

    More of like distracting the mind then tricking the mind and overall changing the perspective of the person.

  • StankyJuju 11:11
    StankyJuju 11:11 12 days ago

    Seems like the placebo effect.

  • sablanex
    sablanex 12 days ago

    Plz don't do more languages, english is the best

  • gracefool
    gracefool 12 days ago

    "Faith can move mountains but sugar water can't cure cancer" contradiction much? Scientists and doctors don't like to talk about the placebo effect because they can't predict, control or monetize it. But as the video says, it *does* work. It even cures cancer. Just not predictably.

    • gracefool
      gracefool 10 days ago

      Johnny Rohlf that doesn't make sense. Placebos actually *do* work.

    • Johnny Rohlf
      Johnny Rohlf 12 days ago

      but actual real medicine can *combine* with the placebo effect to be thousands of times better than alternative medicine. if someone believes a product works, and it actually DOES, then it will always beat alternative medicine

  • Alex Oliver
    Alex Oliver 12 days ago

    X rays causes cancer, so, let’s try to cure cancer with x rays. Even placebo makes more sense

    • Alex Oliver
      Alex Oliver 10 days ago

      I’m just saying that more people are looking to alternative medicine (like homeopathy) because they distrust modern medicine.

    • Alex Oliver
      Alex Oliver 10 days ago

      Hm Grraarrpffrzz - Not specifically x rays, but modern medicine is loosing “followers”.

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 10 days ago

      1) What does this video have to do with x-rays and cancer?
      2) Of course the placebo effect makes more sense. It's been quite well researched. It's homeopathy that makes no sense.

  • Alex Oliver
    Alex Oliver 12 days ago

    Judging by modern medicine, no wonder people prefer placebos than getting fucked by doctors and “side effects “ of modern medicine

  • Alex Oliver
    Alex Oliver 12 days ago

    It has to do more with the psychological effect of thinking you are taking medicine

  • Julie Joy Allen
    Julie Joy Allen 12 days ago

    That's why the royal family use it, they are German

  • Yousif Al-Jadir
    Yousif Al-Jadir 12 days ago

    XD it’s the DHMIS clock

  • QuissleQuassle
    QuissleQuassle 12 days ago

    I always thought that the entire point of homeopathy was based on the placebo affect, I had no idea it was supposed to be serious medicine

  • Daniil Eremeev
    Daniil Eremeev 13 days ago

    Where was that guy swimming?

  • Austin Thomas
    Austin Thomas 13 days ago

    Thank you so much. So well done

  • Sajil Haq
    Sajil Haq 13 days ago

    How to make a 'strong / hard tea' ????☕
    My 3 year old niece 👶 : Put a lot more tea powder and sugar into the cup.
    Homeopathy doctor 🤒 : Nah , You should add more water , not tea powder and sugar.
    My niece knows it better... One more example..
    Suppose , If there are 2 sets of 100 patients with the same disease.( Total 200) .We gave homeo pills to first set of 100 patients and plain water for next set of 100 patients.
    60 people became disease free from the first set (They took homeo pill)
    60 people became disease free from the second set (The took plain water)
    Homeo pill = Plain water.
    This is not merely an example , but this is what happens all the time.!!!! 😂

  • aryan chauhan
    aryan chauhan 13 days ago

    Homeopathy works "no"

  • Mikey Astbury
    Mikey Astbury 13 days ago

    Time is important, and I am a clock.

  • Isawa De La Pradera
    Isawa De La Pradera 13 days ago

    Am I the only one who finds it amusingly curious that most people in this comment section defending homeopathy have indian names?
    I am not drawing any conclusions of causality here (to each his own), just stating the pretty much obvious correlation.

    • Vis medicatrix Nature
      Vis medicatrix Nature 8 days ago

      Modern medicine is a negation of health. It isn't organized to serve human health, but only itself, as an institution. It makes more people sick than it heals.
      Wake up .....
      Get well soon Sick men

    • Sajil Haq
      Sajil Haq 13 days ago

      Isawa De La Pradera Sorry for the mess.. but it was necessary. 😀

    • Isawa De La Pradera
      Isawa De La Pradera 13 days ago +1

      My god what have I started. Oh well...

    • Sajil Haq
      Sajil Haq 13 days ago

      Sudhir Joshi Lol.. look how shamelessly you diverted the criticism against Homeopathy just because you dont have an answer. People can see and understand. Dont delete that..
      1. I'm not a beliver of any of blind superstitions even if it comes under the umbrella of islam.
      2. India is not your father's property. I will live here , and will not go to a shit country like pakistan just because some hindu terrorist told me to do.
      3. Come to kerala , and see how lovely hindus , muslims and christians we have here. We live together , eat together , work together without any problems and with all the social harmony , and thats why we are the best state in india. and you northies , still pooping and peeing on railway tracks. Thinking shitt doing shitt.. becoming a burden to mother india.. LOL 😂
      4. Now defend homeopathy , if you have any word. Otherwise stfu.

  • Sky Darmos
    Sky Darmos 13 days ago

    It seems the west was very slow in the development of medicine. The Chinese have medicine since thousands of year.

    • Sky Darmos
      Sky Darmos 12 days ago

      Federico Vesentini There is also biological medicine, also called natural medicine.

    • Sky Darmos
      Sky Darmos 12 days ago

      Federico Vesentini Chinese medicine is not homeopathy.

    • Federico Vesentini
      Federico Vesentini 12 days ago

      Everything is chemical, dude. Even that homeopathy of yours.

    • Sky Darmos
      Sky Darmos 13 days ago

      Hm Grraarrpffrzz Yeah, I guess they had. My point was that this video makes it look like Chemical medicine is the only choice.

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 13 days ago

      If you think that the germanic tribes had no medicine, then you are mistaken. You should educate yourself in this regard.

  • Street Poetics
    Street Poetics 14 days ago

    Great video as always but I think you're a little too forgiving of homeopathy, even though you systematically debunk it. To even pose the question "Gentle Healing or Reckless Fraud?" in the title is irresponsible, since it gives an air of legitimacy to an incredibly harmful unscientific practice. There is no such thing as alternative medicine. Only medicine that actually works and "medicine" that doesn't. If a treatment has empirical evidence supporting its effectiveness, then it's introduced into medicine. If it doesn't, it's not. If any system branded "alternative medicine" had real evidence supporting it (or in the case of homeopathy, was even physically fucking possible) they would be medically accepted treatments used in hospitals around the globe.

  • Panegirico
    Panegirico 14 days ago

    homeopathy are placebo for hypocondriacs, not fuckin more.

  • Gavin McKenna
    Gavin McKenna 14 days ago

    Reckless fraud

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    If you can make videos in spanish, it would be better for spanish people like me, very good video

  • Mike Potter
    Mike Potter 15 days ago

    "Do You Believe in Magic" - Loving spoonful.

  • Jordan #00
    Jordan #00 15 days ago

    It's been 3 months of studying German on duolinguo and it is still pretty hard😂

  • Rute
    Rute 15 days ago

    I thouvht that bird was peeing on his house to set out the fire xD

  • demos113
    demos113 16 days ago

    So if i dilute my beer i will get even more potent?

  • Little Asian Penis
    Little Asian Penis 16 days ago

    Good for curing malaria

  • Tiwaking Tiwaking
    Tiwaking Tiwaking 16 days ago +1



  • Dotto
    Dotto 16 days ago

    Omg you guys referenced DHMIS

  • 930 8323
    930 8323 17 days ago

    Great video, but I think there's an inherent flaw with your solution of spending a lot of time with patients. That is numbers. Every single day, a doctor could handle tens, if not more than a hundred of patients. Are doctors going to spend hours with them? No. Time spent with a patient is also time that could be used to save another. Also, if done consistently enough, we'd have patients booking for a checkup weeks in advance. First, they would probably have been worse or completely cured by that time; second, they would feel just as left out. The real reason why homeopaths can do this is the fact that compared to medicine, they have fewer people believing in them. Not to mention that their medicine don't really do anything and is most likely the last choice of a cornered patient so there's no real pressure there.

  • Ou joihn
    Ou joihn 17 days ago

    i am really interested in such video like this, keep making good video for us, tks u so much

  • manish kumar sharma
    manish kumar sharma 17 days ago

    I have use homeopathy it work very well

  • Mason Vanderpool
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  • Th Random Pug
    Th Random Pug 17 days ago

    can they add english subtitles to the german videos so i can like use them to learn german or something

  • Absolute Inksanity
    Absolute Inksanity 17 days ago

    If people are dumb enough to reject proven medicine, then I say let them. Its just natural selection doing its job.

  • Julian Quinton
    Julian Quinton 17 days ago

    What do you mean?
    Im already clean!
    Scrub scrub
    Til the waters brown

  • Sebastian Kiliński
    Sebastian Kiliński 18 days ago

    i would like polish variation, because as mutch you don't do evrything flawlesy you do promothe critical thinking and belive in sinece and we need that here especialy in politycs, i would be happy to help if posible, for 100% free of corse

  • Donavan LoForte
    Donavan LoForte 18 days ago

    It's not alternative, it's Complimentary,-- medicine

  • Disco Fag
    Disco Fag 18 days ago

    I'm gonna just say it

  • Kai Sea
    Kai Sea 18 days ago

    The placebo effect works even when you know it's a placebo. It's unconscious.
    Plus doctors shouldn't empathise too much with patients, it can make them less objective. I think seeing a regular therapist would fill that need, if only we started valuing and providing that sort of care.

  • Syrekongen
    Syrekongen 18 days ago

    For being a 17b dollar industry and the most popular alt medicine.... crazy that I have literally never heard of it. wtflol