Now, I'm confused. I always thought that homeopathy doesn't work and that the guy who invented it believed in occult stuff. The claims which homeopathy makes and the ideas it is based on also sound pretty silly to me. Water doesn't have a memory. I saw a documentary about it. And what's even more funny is that a C12 potency, which isn't even the strongest dilution since it goes up until C30, already equals 1 drop in all oceans of the world! :laugh: Imagine this. 1 drop in all the oceans of the world, how silly is this? But what astounished me is that they said in this documentary that homeopathy works in animals and also babies and this means that it cannot simply be the placebo effect. They tested homeopathic medicine on people and their condition improved compared to those which were treated with normal medicine. How do we explain this? And what I also ask myself if the claim is true that you can treat a certain symptom with a substance which causes the same symptom. I heard this claim that if you for example eat nightshade then you get particular symptoms. But if you have the very same symptoms without having eating nightshade then taking nightshade will cure you of these symptoms. Is this true? Somehow this doesn't sound logical to me. Let's say you take an overdose of cocaine and your heart stops beating then this would mean on the other hand that somebody whose heart stopped beating could be cured by taking cocaine.