Send to

Choose Destination
J R Soc Promot Health. 2008 Nov;128(6):282-3.

Will new regulations reverse the 'drop' in homeopathy?


The use and regulation of homeopathy has long been the focus of debate, lacking as it does in scientific evidence of its clinical effectiveness. Claimed to be 'harmless', it is often argued that there is no reason for it not to be used in conjunction with conventional treatments, and that there is the possibility that it may be beneficial. Lizzy Hay discusses whether in fact patients are at risk from this 'harmless' treatment if their confidence stretches to using homeopathy solely as an alternative treatment when really only 'a spoonful' should be taken to help the conventional medicine go down.

[Indexed for MEDLINE]

Supplemental Content

Loading ...
Support Center