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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  • Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell  10 months ago +3663

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    • Dr. Deek Hounds
      Dr. Deek Hounds 3 days ago

      What about infants?? They obviously can't "believe" on the treatment they're receiving. There is absolutely no chance of placebo working there.
      But still we have homeopathic medicines for infants and somehow IT WORKS!!!

    • Potato Studios
      Potato Studios 10 days ago

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    • Vinod Raj
      Vinod Raj 19 days ago

      I think you should also make video in hindi for Indians I am sure that your video will be appreciated by millions for that i can help you

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      павле николић 24 days ago

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    • Reptilian Gamer
      Reptilian Gamer 29 days ago


  • LimeSun Cry
    LimeSun Cry 33 minutes ago

    Is there have vietnamese too?

  • Rob Karmic
    Rob Karmic 10 hours ago

    It's bullshit.

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    Kirai Kira 15 hours ago

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  • felix25ize
    felix25ize 16 hours ago

    Homeopathy works in many cases. If you hate it, call it " placebo effect" . If not, just say it works by an egregore (gathering of joint psychic forces in the noosphere ) and its captation by the patients mind. The result will be the same...

  • Namiix _13
    Namiix _13 Day ago


  • Finn Vries
    Finn Vries Day ago

    5:40 DHMIAS Clock

    TAH'RICUS WARNER 2 days ago

    Don’t hug me I’m scared!!!!!!

  • Lawrence Hoorman
    Lawrence Hoorman 2 days ago

    The conclusion to this episode was basically the summery of Scrubs. Loved it.

  • Cats and Wolfies 645

    my 2 year old sister was prescribed homeopathic medicine and my parents wont listen to me about how it’s fake

  • Godam Insurgent
    Godam Insurgent 3 days ago

    that evil clock tho

  • 참치에바
    참치에바 3 days ago

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  • steve1978ger
    steve1978ger 4 days ago


  • Lady Mercy
    Lady Mercy 4 days ago

    Excuse me.
    Vaccination is LITERALLY homeopathy. Didn't you say that homeopathy takes a dilute concentration of the ingredient that causes illness, and introduces it to the patient? Would you like to review what a vaccination is, now?
    No matter how much of a proponent you are for Modern Medicine Minus Homeopathy, since Modern Medicine Minus Homeopathy has yet to produce a cure for viral infections as minute as the common cold, this is proof positive that homeopathy is a superior method of healing than Modern Medicine in specific categories. Furthermore, convincing people to drink literally 100% H2O is the SINGLE most cost effective therapy available, in 99% of cases.
    Do you want to try to get a Physician to deny that claim, lole? Homeopathy isn't diluting the ingredient in sugar, like your video lied about. It's diluted in PURE water. I don't care if you think the water is 100% H20, with no single atom of the original ingredient remaining. Maybe it is. Do you want to know the real placebo effect here?
    Getting people to drink water, instead of soda / coffee / part-juice etc, by convincing them it's medicine, and not plain, boring water.
    Seriously, I DARE you to find a physician who will claim that this part of homeopathy is ""D A N G E R O U S !"" (Waa~oo~aa~oo [ Flashing Red Lights ] ) fraud.

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 3 hours ago

      How about a dose of reality people.
      1 - so-called "natural cures" irrespective of what you call them have existed for millennia = FACT.
      2 - never the less = infectious diseases and idiopathic pathologies continued to kill countless millions despite these so-called natural/homeopathic panaceas = FACT.
      Moral of the story: the reason we even have modern allopathic medicine today = is because of the failure of these homeopathic/natural "cures" to mitigate disease in a meaningful way over the centuries. If they worked as claimed = we would not have seen doctors/scientists seeking alternative treatments in the first place. Something new to think about.

  • mkd1r
    mkd1r 4 days ago

    Homeopathy explained: It is disgusting scam and people "trusting" it shouldnt be allowed to reproduce. The end.

  • Suraj Shinde
    Suraj Shinde 5 days ago

    You are giving complet wrong information first read the pharmacology of homeopathy then make video

  • comicconcarne
    comicconcarne 5 days ago

    My dad defines homeopathy as "natural home-produced remedies." He somewhere got the impression that potentization was for making tinctures - incredibly concentrated solutions (like a peppermint tincture would knock you out if you smelled the bottle) that can more easily be used than the original ingredient, or in the case of essential oils, actually makes them useful. So when people complained about both homeopathy and essential oils I thought "what's wrong with that? the chemicals are just more pure." Yeah, did not realize people were actually ingesting oil concentrated with camphor or lavender, and using the completely wrong chemical or scent, or just using a completely diluted mixture. I'll explain to him that once again, people are not nearly that intuitive.

  • Fit n Fab
    Fit n Fab 6 days ago

    So has this worked on autoimmune diseases? 🤔

  • Hoshigaki Kisame
    Hoshigaki Kisame 6 days ago

    I have to drop a dislike after that point because of the end of video keep it german than after all; Good Luck

  • Eric Zheng
    Eric Zheng 6 days ago

    Why don’t you just say vigintillion parts of water

  • Siao Wun
    Siao Wun 6 days ago

    so add water and you're good?

  • Lottie Licorice
    Lottie Licorice 8 days ago

    Ok that's nice but is anybody gonna mention the Don't Hug Me I'm Scared clock?

  • Sibusiso Mkwanazi
    Sibusiso Mkwanazi 9 days ago

    3:00 😂😂😂😂😂

  • TheSixteen60
    TheSixteen60 9 days ago

    2x is 50% less strong than 1x. 3x is 50% less strong than 2x. 4x is 50% less strong than 3x. 5x is 50% less strong than 4x. and then it repeats.

  • Rod
    Rod 10 days ago

    why is the clock from dont hug me im scared there

  • Inconcinnus
    Inconcinnus 10 days ago

    5:39 Nice DHMIS clock.

  • Big Gav 74
    Big Gav 74 10 days ago

    I wonder about the anecdotal evidence for homeo. Spectacular cures of things like eczema that I've heard about. And the principle of 'like cures like'. The 'law of similars'. The use of Peruvian bark or quinine for malaria. Stimulants like Ritalin are given to hyperactive kids. I might do a video about this.

    • Big Gav 74
      Big Gav 74 Day ago

      If homeo with extreme dilution is real, not quackery, then we are dealing with a whole different model of reality. Not just atoms and molecules. Newtonian worldview.

    • XL Music
      XL Music Day ago

      I think people are missing the point that distilled water or alcohol will homogenize whatever active ingredient you dissolve into it, meaning if "like cures like" works, the first dilution would be a good/accurate way to dose in drops, but the belief that further dilution will increase the potency is where is gets hard to believe. Tap water wouldn't homogenize the active ingredient as far as im aware, i think the alcohol or distilled water method is called volumetric dosing.

  • Solstice Fae
    Solstice Fae 10 days ago

    Was the cum dribble on the pornographic text really necessary

  • Kyle L.
    Kyle L. 11 days ago +1

    So they just sell water for money?

    • Vis medicatrix Nature
      Vis medicatrix Nature Day ago

      Bcoz Homoeopathy is effective hence it has $ 10-20 billion dollars sale...

    • Kyle L.
      Kyle L. 10 days ago

      +redlegagent Geez.

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 11 days ago +1

      Lots of money. The sale of homeopathic panaceas worldwide is worth between $10-20 billion dollars a year.

  • B Blessed
    B Blessed 11 days ago

    Quackery. Wake up docile fools theres not a shred of evidence an is as good as placibo. Praying on the weak an steeling there money

  • Qudsia Malik
    Qudsia Malik 11 days ago

    My whole life i have used homeopathy! And i am healthy and alive 😂

  • ZombieKilla123 05
    ZombieKilla123 05 11 days ago

    Did you just reference DHMIS?

  • Kitty Spy
    Kitty Spy 11 days ago

    3:06 anyone else see the blob fish?

  • elstormo
    elstormo 11 days ago

    Wait but... in my country, I've only heard most people use the word 'homeopathy' for 'herbal medicine'. I.e., taking a valerian extract to sleep better, or drinking cranberry juice for bladder health, not this placebo junk. I mean, herbal medicine is pretty weaksauce compared to modern medicine, but it's not a scam. Chamomille tea will help you relax, fennel tea will help produce breast milk, and so on. So this kind of homeopathy is a kind of gentle treatment. Am I getting this wrong?

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 10 days ago

      "Herbal medicine in the past............." = non sequitur. In the age before modern allopathic medicine and vaccines = each year tens of millions of people worldwide got sick with millions dying from infectious diseases to say nothing of idiopathic pathologies.
      During all those centuries = so-called "herbal medicine" did not mitigate that outcome one whit. Meanwhile today we see a marked reduction in the same with life expectancies greatly improved over say 1-2 centuries ago and an exponential decline in the incidence of infectious diseases.
      Moral of the story: quibbling over what represents "herbal medicine" vs "homeopathy" = exercise in semantics. So yes many medicines are indeed plant-based and some can even mitigate symptomology or cure some minor illness. Yet as noted and alluded to by you = so-called homeopathic panaceas are a global fraud which are today highly profitable given the ability of people to obtain them unregulated via the internet.
      Believe me. If there was some "natural plant extract" that could stimulate the human immune system to defeat diseases = pharmaceutical companies worldwide would be tripping over themselves to market it as they would have Willy Wonka's Golden Ticket to unlimited wealth. {chuckle}

    • elstormo
      elstormo 10 days ago

      Oh I know it's not the same, and I know what's explained in this video is borderline criminal and scamming, I'm just saying, has the word 'homeopathy' been reattributed to this scam or has the word never been used for herbal medicine in the past?

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 11 days ago

      Yes = you are wrong. Taking some herbal extract to help you relax is not the same as taking similar substances under the guise of treating illnesses which represent a breakdown in the body's immune process. Scientific studies which have been done in the past always showed the same results = homeopathic panaceas do not impart curative properties beyond what we would otherwise expect to see with placebos.
      Meanwhile allopathic medications do demonstrate a greater efficaciousness compared to placebos and control groups - and more importantly - they are expected to work under all conditions. Contrast that to homeopathy which may or may not work depending upon the individual. Something new to think about.

  • Drake Dragon
    Drake Dragon 12 days ago

    I rather see numbers...

  • Aratta Minami
    Aratta Minami 12 days ago

    I told my mom I was feeling pain in my lower abdomen when I was 11, she gave me homeopathy remedies for THREE DAYS until my aunt saw me so bad that she hurried me to the doctor where I was inmediately transferred me to ER because of apendicitis. I had a surgery that saved my life. Homeopathy is a HOAX and parents should not be allowed to treat their kids serious diseases w/this.

  • MissDisa
    MissDisa 12 days ago

    What about this essential oil trend? Is that counted as homeopathy?

  • Pituzer
    Pituzer 12 days ago

    That clock gave me flashbacks..

  • Da Gaemz
    Da Gaemz 12 days ago

    DHMIS.that clock, another easter egg in this wonderful channel

  • jstrahan2
    jstrahan2 13 days ago

    Reckless fraud...no question.

  • Paulius Urbonas
    Paulius Urbonas 13 days ago

    Ohhh boy had it as todler and a teen these do help theyve also helped my alergies.

  • edd castro
    edd castro 14 days ago +1

    *who's the hawk guy, with like bird long nose?*

  • Dan Cagle
    Dan Cagle 14 days ago

    I've started watching. I am interested in the power of placebo in this video. I think the video on the microbome is really good.

  • Sasqoosh The meme
    Sasqoosh The meme 14 days ago


  • User Name
    User Name 14 days ago

    5:39 Time is a tool you can put on your wall or wear it on your wrist! The past is far behind us, the future doesn’t exist...

  • PaperDoodle
    PaperDoodle 14 days ago


  • Harrison Fackrell
    Harrison Fackrell 15 days ago

    Homeopathy is mechanically counter-intuitive to such a degree that I find it nearly unbelievable that it is so widespread,

  • Skyler Seidenberg
    Skyler Seidenberg 15 days ago

    The placebo effect is strong with this one

  • Hello There
    Hello There 15 days ago +1

    Homeopathy = Placebo

  • viaxon6
    viaxon6 15 days ago

    Homeopathy is an alternative medicine... because it's an alternate option, from the option that actually cures you.
    What next? Alternative physics? Alternative math? There's no alternative here- it's either working, or not. And homeopathy doesn't work, Placebo does. It's like guessing every question on your math exam, getting 40% of them correct and saying that this is alternative method of doing calculus.

  • Christopher Lyas
    Christopher Lyas 16 days ago

    Did i just see theclock from dhmis??!!!

  • TurbiiniMan
    TurbiiniMan 17 days ago

    I have a friend who believes in homeapathy i used to argue with him about it not being real but he just always disagreed with me no matter how much scientific proof i found...

  • Veikko Väliaho
    Veikko Väliaho 17 days ago

    Saw JG SCIENCE's new video on How the Higgs could destroy the universe.
    You made almost the same video before him.
    And came here to watch your video, because why not?

  • jesuriv1
    jesuriv1 17 days ago

    I think there is a general confusion between homeopathy and holistic. I do believe in natural remedies which is not what is being discussed in this video. I only bring this up to clarify because I know many people including myself who use natural remedies successfully.

  • Lucian David
    Lucian David 18 days ago

    I work at a place that sells homeopathic medicines. It’s a bunch of bull. I only sell it, I don’t suggest it for healing.

  • Navjot Singh
    Navjot Singh 18 days ago

    Well I don't know for others or othet nation the homeopathy meds are pretty strong and was really helpful for my cough which couldn't be cured by allopathy docs even after 4yrs and one even suggested I was asthamatic and must use the pump to get well....after homeopathy it's been 15yrs and haven't had a similar issue since then ..... Maybe the concentration used is different in India

  • Vinod Raj
    Vinod Raj 19 days ago +1

    I think you should also make video in hindi for Indians I am sure that your video will be appreciated by millions for that i can help you

  • Wyvern Apalis
    Wyvern Apalis 20 days ago +1

    Just tell people masturbation is the cure, you always feel better afterwards
    If you don't you're not doing it enough
    Okay I'll leave now

  • rajiation
    rajiation 20 days ago

    how is homotoxicology different?

  • Wana2dmax Max
    Wana2dmax Max 20 days ago

    Aaaa the time clock from don’t hug me I’m scared!!

  • seelam vikash
    seelam vikash 20 days ago

    Modern medical industry and doctors are adamant and commercial. Who cares for people's health when doctors itself are busy in recovering the money they invested in their studies. In India people were afraid of going to doctors because they can even suggest medicine to dead bodies and just because of that people are opting ayurvedic and homeopathy treatments.

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 19 days ago

      You think that homeopathic panaceas are being given away free of charge??? {chuckle} The sale each year of homeopathic twaddle worldwide = *MULTI-BILLION* dollar enterprise. It is the same scam that peddlers of patent nostrums used to pull a century ago selling bottle of "miracle cures" to the rubes from the backs of wagons. All that's changed is today they are sold online. Better luck next time.

  • Diesel Marcus
    Diesel Marcus 21 day ago

    Hello from @CarlSagan42

  • emancoy
    emancoy 21 day ago

    Your body's natural recovery is mistaken as the effect of homeopathic remedy.

  • InfernoBeetle
    InfernoBeetle 21 day ago

    So basically, dilution is making medicine less effective, yet increase the placebo effect (which still does nothing other than make you "feel" cured)

  • Nestrislia Crystal
    Nestrislia Crystal 22 days ago

    Yeah, people are not considering the well being of people as a whole.

  • SixSevenNate
    SixSevenNate 22 days ago


  • ChaoticRaze
    ChaoticRaze 23 days ago

    Got insomia here have caffeine. Or sleeping too much here have melatonin. No one saw a problem with this? Even doing vice versa won't work in all cases since guess what everybody reacts to different things differently.

  • Akash Guha Thakurata
    Akash Guha Thakurata 23 days ago

    It's your sheer ignorance, that you feel homeopathy is a placebo effect, do some more research. I have been cured many times from homeopathic medicine.

    • Jacob Chesley
      Jacob Chesley 18 days ago

      They literally have several dozen citations in the video description. Maybe you can read some of them with an open mind?

  • Akash Guha Thakurata
    Akash Guha Thakurata 23 days ago

    Homeopathy works more than regular allopathy, just don't know how. Biggest advantage is that it don't have any side effects

    • Cian Kelly
      Cian Kelly 20 days ago

      Akash Guha Thakurata
      Homeopathy has no effect beyond placebo and has no basis in science. It’s not up got argument.

  • Shreyas.S Durgannavar.

    If Possible try also in Hindi And Kannada Languages

  • mr reality
    mr reality 23 days ago +1

    So he is talking about American history.... Ok

  • Herbert 1227
    Herbert 1227 23 days ago

    "a short break of a few years"

  • Kaboomer Boomer
    Kaboomer Boomer 24 days ago

    The clock from dhmis- Good just good yeah thats a good video

  • Teresa Goncalves
    Teresa Goncalves 25 days ago

    How much did the pharmaceutical paid for this video?

  • Aiden Tsang
    Aiden Tsang 25 days ago

    wait please still do english too

  • belamin Faiez
    belamin Faiez 25 days ago

    but It's true homeopathic work some of diseases. i have a problem piles but it's truely goes out by homeopathic treatment.

    • Olinocki
      Olinocki 25 days ago

      Did you watch the whole video?

  • P Demirezen
    P Demirezen 25 days ago

    Fair enough but pharmaceutical drugs are not the answer either! None of them treat the root of the problem, most of them cause horrible side affects and overall kill more people than recreational drugs!
    Good health comes down to nutrition and lifestyle. And if you do become ill, there’s much better ways to heal yourself than taking pills.

    • Cian Kelly
      Cian Kelly 19 days ago

      Olinocki I wasn’t replying to you and asking a question isn’t an ad hominem.

    • Olinocki
      Olinocki 20 days ago

      +Cian Kelly Don't ad hominum me. I was addressing his lack of evidence for his argument and how much more qualified professionals have studied medical science for years while he is one person that has no evidence, no research, just a hunch that he believes for no reason.

    • Cian Kelly
      Cian Kelly 20 days ago

      What medical school did you go to?

    • redlegagent
      redlegagent 24 days ago

      Enjoy your Matrix Neo. {chuckle} If nutrition and lifestyle was the cure to diseases = why then did people die like flies in the presence of these things in the past???? After all - mankind for many thousands of years toiled for his daily bread - which was "100% organic". As such man of the past was significantly more "active" than many today + and ate as noted entirely natural foods = yet he still succumbed from infectious diseases to say nothing of cancers etc..
      Moral of the story: The only thing with an empirical record of efficacy in treating diseases = allopathic medicine. Something new to think about.

    • Olinocki
      Olinocki 25 days ago

      You are clearly the most qualified and educated person on the subject.

  • MindAtRest
    MindAtRest 26 days ago

    Homeopathy is a vast field of study.... Ask only experienced practitioners.....don't rely on opinion of the these videos..... Homeopathy can cure an lot of incurable conditions that allopathy simply cannot.....

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 26 days ago +1

      How exactly does a medicine cure something, if the medicine contains no active ingredients?

  • محمد العمري
    محمد العمري 26 days ago

    Komisch, wenn wir in so einer modernen Zeit leben, wie kann sowas dann überhaupt populär oder verbeitet sein?
    Als ich klein war, hat unser Hausarzt mir öfter solche Kügelchen gegeben. Unter anderem, weil ich die ein oder andere Warze hatte.
    Und jetzt im Nachhinein fühle ich mich so verarscht.

  • Greta Meyers
    Greta Meyers 28 days ago

    This video angers me
    Homeopathic remedies and other alternative medicines work with the body to heal and repair on a deep level , where the pharmaceuticals that are prescribed to an individual from a “medical” Dr is a band aid not a fix, and 80% of the time causes many more health problems down the road, not to mention the hundreds of side affects it causes!
    Alternative medicine has saved my life I have chronic Lyme disease and several other tick born infections I spent a year on antibiotics and they just about killed me I was down to 80 pounds and for a 16 year old that’s not a healthy weight, yes medical Drs have there place but alternative medicine has it’s place to it’s not a bunch of crap I’ve seen results not only for myself but in many of my friends who struggle with chronic illness and diseases
    Get educated no it doesn’t work for everyone but it has its place just like other forms of medicine!!

    • Jacob Chesley
      Jacob Chesley 18 days ago

      This video has many citations to back up what they said. Can you give some from reputable sources? I'd be interested in reading up on them,

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 26 days ago

      "deeper level" = magic and miracles...

  • Rayaan Mannan
    Rayaan Mannan 28 days ago

    dont remove any english videos please

  • Bobby Avitia
    Bobby Avitia 28 days ago

    I looked up homeopathy pills and if I hadn't seen this video I would think there real medicine. They look like any other pill bottle. Kind of scary to think if you didn't look further into something, it could just be a big lie. Always do your research.

  • PLproduction1
    PLproduction1 28 days ago

    This is retarded nonsense in other words.

  • Suyog Richa
    Suyog Richa 28 days ago

    Tonsilon (Homeopathic Medicine) is the only medicine that really works on my tonsils within few seconds.

  • Akslop Forever
    Akslop Forever 29 days ago

    Terrible EXPLANATION OF HOMEOPATHY, very biased, probably sponsored by I.G FARBEN.

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 26 days ago

      I like the explanation you offered yourself, Akslop. Oh wait, you didn't. I wonder why...

    • Starco 2312
      Starco 2312 29 days ago

      Prove it

  • Stormy
    Stormy 29 days ago

    homeopathy is yet another scam that people take seriously bc it supposedly does stuff on a microscopic level

  • Siew chin Huang
    Siew chin Huang 29 days ago

    Please do English as I like this channel

  • Joseph Pentony
    Joseph Pentony Month ago

    If it worked it would be medince

  • mini khatri
    mini khatri Month ago

    five years medical course along with practical how can u understand it in fraction of second on stage by mr reddy,.......it is not a megic show it is a science

  • mini khatri
    mini khatri Month ago

    it works on principle similar things repells other....so the person must be suffering from same disease ,which the medicine in the crude form has power to produce.....little knowledge is dangerous ...to understand homeopathy go in to its roots

  • MrHealth07
    MrHealth07 Month ago

    My homeopathy consists of bacon and eggs for breakfast, steak for dinner, works wonders

  • James Rindley
    James Rindley Month ago

    The queen likes homeopathy and she's lived to be pretty old. It has nothing to do with having the best food available and servants to take all the stress out of life.

  • Jeff Decker
    Jeff Decker Month ago

    5:40 dhmis anyone

  • Comrade Noodle
    Comrade Noodle Month ago

    *give me aids to fix my aids*

  • Lee
    Lee Month ago

    i feel like i’m in the 1700s whenever i hear his voice

  • Ahmad Zaki Ridwan
    Ahmad Zaki Ridwan Month ago

    Tony the clock is here

  • Salman Haider
    Salman Haider Month ago

    I am so sorry to say that everyone here in the comments are so wrong. The problem is that we are blindfolded with the trillion trillion dollars allopathy industries who doesn't want to see us that way.

    • Starco 2312
      Starco 2312 28 days ago

      +Salman Haider what does red meat have to do with proving homeopathy works

    • Salman Haider
      Salman Haider 29 days ago

      +Starco 2312 We are said that beef is our natural food but the fact is all the red meats are detrimental to health but allopathy doesn't want to accept even its wrong. Its all business friend. What you study in schools is just what they meant you to see....not what is right.

    • Starco 2312
      Starco 2312 29 days ago

      Prove it

  • VolTer
    VolTer Month ago +1

    0:39 This is fine!

  • Alan Lomeli
    Alan Lomeli Month ago

    Time!! Don't hug me I'm scared

  • Lin Peng
    Lin Peng Month ago

    but placebo can be crazy effective :p