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
    Further reading:
    Blog beweisaufnahme-homoeopathie.de (German, some articles in English)
    ORGANON OF MEDICINE by Hahnemann Samuel (Original text)
    Free ebooks on „Materiae Medicae” (German and English)bit.ly/2DtjNQW
    Deutsches Informationsnetzwerk Homöopathie
    (Short english version)
    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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Comments • 14 044

  • Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell  7 months ago +3591

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    • Pastel Blood
      Pastel Blood 9 days ago

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    • Sangeeth Nandakumar
      Sangeeth Nandakumar 16 days ago

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    • Amit Karak
      Amit Karak 27 days ago

      Please make a video on modern medicine

    • Meme Lord
      Meme Lord Month ago


    • Baizooks Nicko
      Baizooks Nicko Month ago

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  • Gordon Yuda Guo
    Gordon Yuda Guo 18 hours ago

    Can you guys debunk Chinese medicine too?

  • S3V3N13TT3R5
    S3V3N13TT3R5 22 hours ago

    This video wasn’t condescending enough

  • Akasha Vayu
    Akasha Vayu Day ago

    Lol its homeopathic medicine or allopathic medicine. They are both regarded as medicine, except allopathic medicine originated as a way for companies to make profit from factory waste and the other has always exsisted. Homeopathic medicine was the medicine, until allopathy came into play in which people generally feared and died from. The only reason it has dominated our culture is because of people like the Carnegies and the Rothchilds pouring their funds into it to profit off of people's sickness

  • Ploki Jun
    Ploki Jun Day ago

    Medical error is the 3rd leading cause of death. The amount of serious injury in hospitals is astounding. I worked in one and was very seriously injured and almost killed in several of them. Homeopathic remedies do no harm unless there is some absurd use by amateurs. Our whole family was raised using homeopathy and we're still around with strong clean bodies. From the comments below I sense a deliberate concerted attack on a medicine that was once a primary cure - not a mere treatment! - in the USA. There are countless patients who never knew a thing about homeopathy but were cured dramatically of their illnesses. Be intelligent. If taking harmless drops for a serious illness causes a psychosomatic cure then taking prescribed drugs can do the same. The only problem with homeopathy is any lack of exactitude of the doctor because it is the most comprehensive, individualized treatment in all medicine. Do some honest research. Don't destroy what good is left in the world.

    • Ben Johanns
      Ben Johanns 15 hours ago

      Homeopathics work because of the placebo effect... period. Pointing that out is not "destroying what good is left in the world", its the truth.

  • Mohd Owais
    Mohd Owais Day ago

    Placebo effect(just writing a comment so don't have to watch the video just to get this word

  • NightWalker
    NightWalker Day ago

    Why is the channel named KURZGESAGT?

  • Ashwin Surendran
    Ashwin Surendran 2 days ago

    Make a video about ayurveda

  • Jackie Tocci
    Jackie Tocci 2 days ago

    I am having good luck with natural medicine! I am so happy the colleges study it now!

  • Cotlno da sQuiB Overlord


  • Running Coyote
    Running Coyote 2 days ago

    Prescription drugs are many times more dangerous than street drugs(some)

  • Running Coyote
    Running Coyote 2 days ago

    Western medicine is a money making scheme

  • Want
    Want 2 days ago

    "And we might even do other languages."
    Salamat Kursgesagt, magiisip ka ba na gawa ng filipino?

  • AstroGaming
    AstroGaming 3 days ago

    How does it work
    It doesn’t
    How did it become what it is
    Some clever man figured out a good hustle and made money of gullible people (much like religion in that respect)
    What can modern medicine learn from it

  • Jamie S
    Jamie S 3 days ago

    Morons who use and believe in this shit, deserve death.

  • Aoife
    Aoife 3 days ago

    dhmis reference

  • Blitz Fire
    Blitz Fire 3 days ago

    The placebo effect does indeed work, but homeopathy, and alternate medicine in general is having a bad effect on real medicine that does have an effect other than placebo. Anti-Vaxxers are a serious problem that might cause larger ones for Big Pharma.

  • Adonan the Stoic
    Adonan the Stoic 3 days ago

    Doesn't the placebo effect wear off eventually? How is this helping anyone who has something as bad as a parasite or Ebola?

    • Adonan the Stoic
      Adonan the Stoic 2 days ago

      The placebo doesn't work long term, but there are noticeable changes in the recipients symptoms so it does something. How did you get the impression I was suggesting homeopathy helps anyone?

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 2 days ago

      The placebo does not work = ergo there is nothing to "wear off" and accordingly your post is a non sequitur. Homeopathy does not help anyone...........save for the person who sells it to you as it puts money into their pocket. Worldwide the sale of homeopathic panaceas is a multibillion dollar a year industry.

  • Iron Davis
    Iron Davis 3 days ago

    Homeopathy is Nonsense

  • Chianna Morris
    Chianna Morris 4 days ago


  • Techno Show
    Techno Show 4 days ago

    I mean maybe 1x or 2x potency could have an effect but not much

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago

      They're not sold like that. Also, they'd most likely have a negative effect, as one credo of homeopathy is "same treats same", meaning if you have a headache, you have to take something that causes headaches.

  • tynan witt
    tynan witt 4 days ago

    What is it with all the DHMIS characters?

  • Just another Bird
    Just another Bird 4 days ago

    So it's a glorified placebo effect, you're better off using that same money you were gonna spend on homeopathy treatment on going out having fun and dating people, or doing something that makes you happy.

  • Mei Chii
    Mei Chii 5 days ago


  • Jasper O'Reilly
    Jasper O'Reilly 6 days ago

    I watch Kurzgesagt, so you know I'm too smart for homeopathy.

  • ThePachangas
    ThePachangas 6 days ago

    i have a question. The sorce about of the money to 2024? from where you take the information of 16,500,000,000 dollars in the global market?

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 5 days ago

      Google any online market website which provides investment information. The global market for homeopathic panaceas is estimated to be worth between $15-20 billion dollars per year.

  • just golu
    just golu 6 days ago

    The best medicine is art of living that we can learn from ancient India not from the existing one cause that is bullshit.

  • C2Lception
    C2Lception 6 days ago

    Psychiatrists do one on one.
    That's why it's expensive and why they make a lot of money.
    Also because they can prescribe opioids. :/

  • jsatcok
    jsatcok 6 days ago

    fantasztikus!!!! :)

  • Marvin Finkbeiner
    Marvin Finkbeiner 6 days ago

    But i dont get it. I have been to an Homeopathy doctor and he sad, you need to take the exact doses or it woll get worse. I had a bad swollen eye and i used more then i should have an it has gone like 20 Times worser. I just wannted to test if it will really get worser. But if it is only Sugar water, this doesnt make any sense.

    • 3irikur
      3irikur 4 days ago

      The nocebo effect can be ludicrously powerful, so yes, it makes sense no matter what the 'medicine' was.

  • Ryan
    Ryan 6 days ago

    Sounds like anti-vaxxer bs. We should just make a homeopathy vaccine that’s actually just a basic vaccine and tell anti-vaxxers that it’s miracle water that’s injected to your blood to give your body the boost it will need to kill bad things

  • Benjamin Haigh
    Benjamin Haigh 7 days ago

    Nice DHMIS reference

  • LN W
    LN W 7 days ago

    How can diluting any substance with water make it stronger? I gotta think someone grossly mistranslated a key element of homeopathy.

  • Ninja Sushi
    Ninja Sushi 7 days ago

    You're name is German. Why wouldn't you do a German channel?

  • Belnest 2002
    Belnest 2002 7 days ago

    If you get shot, your body can somewhat choose to just die then and there or to trudge on, though that does not make survival chances 100 per cent.
    So if I say "You feeling better will make you better" and it works, it's no surprise. Same with homoeopathy.

  • Belnest 2002
    Belnest 2002 7 days ago

    Nevermind, if 20X is the entire Atlantic, 30C... How do you serve that?

  • Belnest 2002
    Belnest 2002 7 days ago

    If C, Roman Numeral for 100, is a ratio of 1:100 with ingredient to water, shouldn't it then have 1 to 3,000 parts water? My brain is dead today, sorry.

  • Jed whitehead
    Jed whitehead 7 days ago

    I feel like this is a biased video and whoever made it added things in it to disprove its legitimacy as well as give a brief overview of it.

    • 3irikur
      3irikur 3 days ago +1

      +Jed whitehead I have absolutely no idea of what you're trying to say. Nevertheless, you still haven't provided a source, I am beginning to suspect there aren't any. Any scientific, that is.

    • Jed whitehead
      Jed whitehead 3 days ago

      Mean the first time you heard about it was something saying that it's placebo. If you don't know anything you can be told anything.

    • 3irikur
      3irikur 3 days ago +1

      +Jed whitehead You stating something isn't a primary source, and quite frankly, without any sources at all you can't be expected to be taken seriously.

    • Jed whitehead
      Jed whitehead 3 days ago

      If you knew about how it became a medicine, it was practiced on people who had no idea what it was but they were cured. Samuel Hahnemann had an issue with medicine at the time because doctors would give medication would make their patients sicker and they would take the medicine for the rest of their lives without getting off of it. Doctors are kinda the same still. But western medicine kinda thinks all other medicine is wrong. If it is placebo it's one hell of a placebo. Germany uses homeopathy first and use western medicine as a last resort.

    • 3irikur
      3irikur 4 days ago +1

      This is usually where you provide sources for your claims.

  • Prof. Awesome
    Prof. Awesome 7 days ago

    I never really read or heard what "Homeopathy" actually is, but holy smokes how do people make money with this nonsense.

    • ilmu011
      ilmu011 7 days ago

      They make money with religion and astrology already, why not with "alternative medicine"? (Cuz its bullshit)

  • Sam Lutfi
    Sam Lutfi 7 days ago

    I don't believe in gay medicine

  • Quacker Cracker
    Quacker Cracker 8 days ago +1

    what did the dog say to the cat
    he sed nice to dog u

  • Karma Airheart
    Karma Airheart 8 days ago +3

    Did anyone else notice the clock from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared?

  • Alexa Mero
    Alexa Mero 8 days ago

    A 2.7k les gusta la homeopatía :-D

  • Austin Hernandez
    Austin Hernandez 9 days ago +2

    If it works, then it's not called "alternative" medicine. It's just called fucking medicine. Dumbass Americans.

    • ilmu011
      ilmu011 7 days ago

      Yes. That's why I call it Alternative Medicine.
      In case you didn't understand, _it doesn't work_
      Buy normal placebos, they are cheaper.

  • Kryptonizm
    Kryptonizm 9 days ago +2

    Apparently there are more followers of homeopathy in India than the entire population of USA, which is even supported by the government.

  • Jake Landone
    Jake Landone 10 days ago +2

    Oh my god that was a don’t hug me I’m scared reference at 5:41

  • Edellea
    Edellea 10 days ago +1

    as weird as it seems only homeopathy helped me with numerous chronic conditions even though i was skeptic about it so i cant call it placebo.

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago

      How do you know it was magic and not the placebo effect?

  • T J
    T J 10 days ago +1

    i am confused about the difference

    • Saeid Radder
      Saeid Radder 8 days ago +3

      Homeopathy dosen't work that is all you need to know

  • Jeanette Jacobs
    Jeanette Jacobs 10 days ago +1

    I thought homeopathy is using herbs and plants and things, aka home remedies. I didn't know dilution had anything to do with it

    • rusty shackleford
      rusty shackleford 8 days ago +1

      yeah I thought the same up until recent, I think you're thinking of "holistic medicine"

  • Adwans :3
    Adwans :3 11 days ago

    But Homöopathie trusters are Not as stupid as vaccine haters

  • crazycanadian742
    crazycanadian742 11 days ago


  • QineC:
    QineC: 11 days ago +1

    *PTSD worsens*

  • Mr. Collins
    Mr. Collins 11 days ago +2

    If you actually use homeopathy you are an idiot.

  • Gabrol
    Gabrol 11 days ago

    oh no...

  • Vlog #1.0
    Vlog #1.0 12 days ago

    An excellent USclip channel I've seen on USclip so far...

  • Antediluvian Atheist
    Antediluvian Atheist 12 days ago +4

    Homeopathy works!
    In comparison to treating them with arsenic, bloodletting and trapping them in a room with people with the plague.

  • Pelle P
    Pelle P 12 days ago +2

    0:13 Ehhhhh..... I doesn't. I don't judge people claming they feel the effects. I am judging the scammers who sell that worthless crap. Nothing but sociopaths

  • AsianPanda
    AsianPanda 12 days ago

    Anyone else saw the DHMIS reference?

  • IAmAStreamerToo
    IAmAStreamerToo 12 days ago

    Is this a real thing? Or just a really good joke?

  • Ben Jia
    Ben Jia 13 days ago

    So pretty much... Homeopathy is an application of Psychology (Placebo) and homeopathic doctors are just psychologists.

  • Quinton P. Young III
    Quinton P. Young III 13 days ago +1

    So so many people use this Word Homeopathy to define any herbal curative medicine. They have no clue at all what Hemeopathy truly is. I have tried and tried to explain this to others and get only hostility. All these Fake Homeopathy Cures in Drug Stores that really isnt a true Homeopathy remedy. SMH.....Herbal Medicine is NOT Honeopathy ...Herbal Medicine most likely are great cures and remedies but Homeopathy is not Herbal medicine, not in the least bit. Just go look at dozens of Homeopathy Group on Facebook. These idiots that created these groups do not have a clue what the word Homeopathy truly means, they think Homeopathy is just Herbal Medicine....lollololololol....Herbal Medicine is Positive...Homeopathy is Fake Faith in Idiocy !

  • Andy Frost
    Andy Frost 13 days ago

    5:40, DHMIS lol

  • The SJW’s Worst Nightmare

    5:55 Don't hug me I'm scared !

  • Wazih Ullah Tanzim
    Wazih Ullah Tanzim 14 days ago +1

    They want to stop Homeopathy.
    But you can't stop it,because whoever takes homeopathy they get cured....Modern science can't cured tumors but Homeopathy can...
    So stop your fake video...Check Germany,India,Australia, Pakistan,Britain etc they use Homeopathy

  • Daniel Mcleod
    Daniel Mcleod 14 days ago

    The reason doctors don't talk to you very much in my opinion is because you don't bother asking questions (which is backed by research) if the person thinks you've got it why bother spending twenty to thirty minutes on that person?

  • Daniel Mcleod
    Daniel Mcleod 14 days ago

    As a poor person I must ask. Tf doctors are you seeing that they don't bother seeing you like that? I live in America and haven't had a single interaction with a doctor that lasted less than 30 mins. I have no insurance or welfare.

  • Daniel Mcleod
    Daniel Mcleod 14 days ago

    Bet homeopathy is more "valuable" than real medicine. Seeing as though I can take parsley and claim all these things about it. Then load a pill up with it. Boom I'm maike 30-70times what that parsley is worth.

  • Brian Orr
    Brian Orr 14 days ago +4

    Hmm yeah! I think this video is right. @7:02 Homeopathy "meets a human need that has been left unfulfilled." Doctors and nurses should put more emphasis on treating people as individuals, fellow humans more than a number of patients. Tough job but important goal to reach.

  • xZyvon GD
    xZyvon GD 14 days ago

    10 / 10 for the clock from DHMIS (Don't hug me, I'm scared.) a show visible on youtube (6 episodes between 3 - 6 minutes), it is very weird but very VERY well made (in my opinion).

  • takesinoyan 6123
    takesinoyan 6123 15 days ago

    I don't have a japanese keyboard soooo... ...Are gato osai mas! ... ...K.

  • Liliya Freylafet
    Liliya Freylafet 15 days ago

    For those who believe, no words are necessary; for those who do not believe, no words are possible. ~ Dom Ignacio de Loyola

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 13 days ago

      Yet a post which contained no links or derogatory language has been hidden here. Sometimes YT algorithms can delete a post = but my other posts remain while one is hidden. That usually denotes someone marking a post to hide it = something trolls who lurk on these videos routinely do.

    • Liliya Freylafet
      Liliya Freylafet 13 days ago

      I would not hide anyone's response; everyone has rights for their own opinions.

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 14 days ago +1

      I see my response here was "hidden". That of course is a common occurrence with troll postings on USclip where the trolls hide the posts of others when the discussion does not go their way and exposes their fallacious "logic". _C'est La Vie_

    • Liliya Freylafet
      Liliya Freylafet 14 days ago

      You might be surprised to learn that in conventional medicine today, we have many practices in which we do not understand how they work, and pharmaceuticals for which we have no clear mechanism of action (in other words, the method by which they impact functions in the body).
      Historically, this has been even truer in the past, even with drugs as common as aspirin. Yet, physicians commonly use drugs that seem to give clinical results, without understanding the mechanism.
      Despite this practice in conventional medicine, the lack of a clear mechanism of action for homeopathy is one of the greatest barriers to conventional physicians being more interested in the field. In the British Medical Journal, 1991

  • queef queef
    queef queef 15 days ago

    "Globoli" pun detected 6:14

  • Tobias Taylor
    Tobias Taylor 15 days ago


  • Tobias Taylor
    Tobias Taylor 15 days ago


  • Selomon Kebede
    Selomon Kebede 15 days ago

    the water remembers the spirit of the poison to cure the poison lmfao.

  • nesfan8
    nesfan8 15 days ago

    So, homeopathy doesnt work because people dont follow the strict rules, and not because they are bullshit?

  • beunhaas
    beunhaas 15 days ago

    Easy solution: if people swear that it works why not apply a "no cure, no pay" policy to it?

  • In Real Life Gaming
    In Real Life Gaming 15 days ago

    I don’t get it if it’s 30c so its one part ingredient and 99 parts water where does the 30 come from?

  • Christenson Antony
    Christenson Antony 16 days ago


  • Son of a BITCH ! !
    Son of a BITCH ! ! 16 days ago +2

    The jizz on the book of pornographic text was a nice touch.

  • Never Again
    Never Again 16 days ago

    Such a great way to dilute the tainted gene pool of the world.
    We should make more commercials and promote it more.
    it feels good when stupidity just dies off.

  • E BOI
    E BOI 16 days ago

    I saw DHMIS reference

  • SAURON'S Right hand man

    2:56 I see the bird didn't wipe there...gross...

  • Davy Jones
    Davy Jones 17 days ago

    Well , it's Plecebo or what Homeopathy works for me how and why I don't know. but it works.

  • Euriel Rabano
    Euriel Rabano 17 days ago

    that's the clock from DHMIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ak iraa
    Ak iraa 17 days ago +2

    But to be honest if you die because you don‘t vaccinate or refuse aid from a doctor in any other form, you are kinda meant to die....

  • Alamkan Countryball
    Alamkan Countryball 18 days ago +2

    I don't care if no one likes it. I have the nicest homeopath and he gives me the best tasting medicine! Lovely.

    • Kenbujutsu
      Kenbujutsu 12 days ago +1

      You just paid for the placebo effect.

  • Janice S
    Janice S 20 days ago

    Hey @KatVonD

  • Dylan Finch
    Dylan Finch 21 day ago

    Years ago the medical system here in the US was very friendly, and that feeling of being forgotten or ignored they do today didn't happen. The change happened with the death of the private practice doctor. Years ago you could get a house call from your doctor, your doctor usually knew your name (and probably family), and it wasn't just paperwork paperwork paperwork test pay leave

  • Anish Kumar
    Anish Kumar 21 day ago

    I had cured my generalized anxiety disorder via homeopathy and I think that allopathy didn't have that cure.

    • Soviet_ Sammy
      Soviet_ Sammy 16 days ago +3

      Homeopathy is "especially effective" against mental disorders because placebo is also a mental disorder

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 17 days ago +4

      You mean you cured yourself with a placebo effect.

  • Ego Oidios
    Ego Oidios 21 day ago +2

    "To help, or at least, to do no harm"
    This is the oath of Hippocrates. So true to this day that all who deal with medicine keep this rule honored. Nobody will ever accuse you(legally) if you fail to cure him.
    But everyone will accuse you if you cause illness trying to cure him. This is why eventually trying to accuse a homeopathic drug of causing you anything is going to fail,
    since most of them contain just water and sugar and some slight coloring.
    Instead, real drugs have real effects and this is why drug companies go into great extents of rigorous testings. Because if it is ever found that a drug is causing too dangerous side effects that were not recorder, these companies are in for HUGE compensations and possible homicide charges....

  • GG Josh
    GG Josh 21 day ago +2

    5:52 he’s from don’t hug me I’m scared!!!

  • David Austin
    David Austin 21 day ago

    allergen desensitization is basically homeopathic, isn't it? Modern Immunology is too right? At least in principle. stimulate the immune system to fight the baddies by giving increasing doses of the baddies. flu shot is similar ... again homeo "similar" pathic "pathogen", used to stimulate immunity against a flu virus. Seems to have become pretty conventional and proven in those cases. the whole memory water crap though is junk, but dude you paint with a wide brush. From what I can see, that's like a whacko branch of the theory. Like saying all diets are bad because a many diets are bad, or are done badly.

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 21 day ago

      Desensitizing someone to an environmental allergen is not the same as vaccination................not even close. The person who has allergies still has them. All that has happened is they have become "tolerant" to certain levels of the allergens. Expose them to a high enough amount however = and they will react because their bodies are not immune.
      Moral of the story: vaccinations induce immunity to a particular pathogen. That in turn protects the person from the pathogen regardless of exposure. Snake handlers routinely take small amounts of venom. They are not immune however - merely tolerant to the dose level they have used. If they are bitten and receive enough venom..............they can still die. So homeopathy does not effect cures or immunity - while vaccinations and allopathic medicines do.

  • Y.A.Y
    Y.A.Y 22 days ago

    Wait. What is homeopathy?

  • Wendy Adams
    Wendy Adams 23 days ago

    The placebo effect is the reason why this works, many underestimate it.

  • saurabh kumar
    saurabh kumar 23 days ago

    I took medicine for hair fall allopathic medicine didnt work took homeopathy 3 months voila my hairs came back ... First you go for general medical if that doesn't work try homeopathy ...

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 17 days ago

      I really don't get it: why are people like you not capable of applying some reason and common sense, and see that it was the placebo effect, and not some magic water memory nonsense?

  • Brain Dead
    Brain Dead 24 days ago

    So we’re just gonna ignore the white stain on the porn book 🤣

  • Julian van den Brink
    Julian van den Brink 24 days ago

    Your voice is so nice to listen to that i watch every video of you

  • Khobotov
    Khobotov 24 days ago +4

    Homeopathy is like throwing your car keys into a river, then walking 500km to the sea and taking a spoon of sea water to start your car.

  • Mkano
    Mkano 24 days ago

    wait vaccination fits homeopathy ideology excellent (fight fire with fire) so how come they are against it?

    • Mkano
      Mkano 23 days ago

      redlegagent clap clap you sure are sharp

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 24 days ago

      So apparently you do not understand vaccination - just as you do not understand homeopathy. Tell you what. Feel free to take some infected fluid from an Ebola patient - then dilute it down and take it. See how your "dilution is the cure" hypothesis works out for you. {chuckle}