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Traumex Arnica Cream is an amazing product!
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The Leg Cramp one works really well. I usually get the tablets that dissolved but will try the caplets for this price.
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It'd be good if 'homeopathy' were in the title.

100% of these products have no supported medical benefit and governing bodies are getting increasingly involved with labeling and regulatory laws.

The entire premise of homeopathic 'medicine' is incorrect, repeatedly falsified, and consistently and thoroughly refuted.

To even support companies producing these products is a morally questionable act when you consider the misled people who select these entirely ineffective treatments for themselves and for others, often their own children, in lieu of well-proven stuff that actually does something.

"There's a name for alternative medicine that works. It's medicine."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy
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It'd be good if 'homeopathy' were in the title.

100% of these products have no supported medical benefit and governing bodies are getting increasingly involved with labeling and regulatory laws.

The entire premise of homeopathic 'medicine' is incorrect, repeatedly falsified, and consistently and thoroughly refuted.

To even support companies producing these products is a morally questionable act when you consider the misled people who select these entirely ineffective treatments for themselves and for others, often their own children, in lieu of well-proven stuff that actually does something.

"There's a name for alternative medicine that works. It's medicine."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy
I can't comment on the rest of these but the sleep aid work amazingly well.
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I can't comment on the rest of these but the sleep aid work amazingly well.
I'm glad that you've had the success, as sleeplessness is a terrible thing. Homeopathic dosages are very provably not providing any special benefit, though, and it's the so-called "placebo effect" at work. That isn't an insult or bad thing in any way; it's a very real psychological phenomenon that has a multitude of effects.

The great news about that, though, is that you can almost certainly attain the same benefits for free with mindful sleep hygiene and/or really inexpensive implements like hot tea.
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I can't get it to apply coupon.
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It'd be good if 'homeopathy' were in the title.

100% of these products have no supported medical benefit and governing bodies are getting increasingly involved with labeling and regulatory laws.

The entire premise of homeopathic 'medicine' is incorrect, repeatedly falsified, and consistently and thoroughly refuted.

To even support companies producing these products is a morally questionable act when you consider the misled people who select these entirely ineffective treatments for themselves and for others, often their own children, in lieu of well-proven stuff that actually does something.

"There's a name for alternative medicine that works. It's medicine."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy
You're just ignorant and brainwashed by our government. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/...ine-aka-or
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You're just ignorant and brainwashed by our government. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/...ine-aka-or
No, I'm really not.

I'm not going to try to reason you or anyone else here out of positions you literally cannot reach through sound reasoning. Education has failed you and that's our society's failure, but I have neither the resources nor the patience to try to help that here.

I've only said something here -- I normally hate threadcrapping -- in the hopes that someone unaware of how absolutely bogus these products are doesn't end up wasting money on them and inadvertently doing a small part to support an indirectly harmful market segment.

With that, I've pretty much said all I can. If you know how to vet your sources and apply critical thinking skills, you now have all the tools you need to figure it out on your own. Best of luck.
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Baby night cold syrup works like a charm.
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No, I'm really not.

I'm not going to try to reason you or anyone else here out of positions you literally cannot reach through sound reasoning. Education has failed you and that's our society's failure, but I have neither the resources nor the patience to try to help that here.

I've only said something here -- I normally hate threadcrapping -- in the hopes that someone unaware of how absolutely bogus these products are doesn't end up wasting money on them and inadvertently doing a small part to support an indirectly harmful market segment.

With that, I've pretty much said all I can. If you know how to vet your sources and apply critical thinking skills, you now have all the tools you need to figure it out on your own. Best of luck.
Trump supporter?
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It'd be good if 'homeopathy' were in the title.

100% of these products have no supported medical benefit and governing bodies are getting increasingly involved with labeling and regulatory laws.

The entire premise of homeopathic 'medicine' is incorrect, repeatedly falsified, and consistently and thoroughly refuted.

To even support companies producing these products is a morally questionable act when you consider the misled people who select these entirely ineffective treatments for themselves and for others, often their own children, in lieu of well-proven stuff that actually does something.

"There's a name for alternative medicine that works. It's medicine."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy
So good of you to educate us about the uselessness of these products, and even moreso for correcting our morally questionable acts. You sir, are the real hero. LMAO
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So good of you to educate us about the uselessness of these products, and even moreso for correcting our morally questionable acts. You sir, are the real hero. LMAO
Hey, you never know. Maybe some other kid who tried this for his/ her cold got better grades in high school than Nyrin and this rambling is just a psychotic impact since then. May be there's something in homeopathy that could help address this issue., eh?
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It'd be good if 'homeopathy' were in the title.

100% of these products have no supported medical benefit and governing bodies are getting increasingly involved with labeling and regulatory laws.

The entire premise of homeopathic 'medicine' is incorrect, repeatedly falsified, and consistently and thoroughly refuted.

To even support companies producing these products is a morally questionable act when you consider the misled people who select these entirely ineffective treatments for themselves and for others, often their own children, in lieu of well-proven stuff that actually does something.

"There's a name for alternative medicine that works. It's medicine."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy
Big Pharma shill? Too much GMO produce consumed??
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I find that this brand of homeopathic remedy works better https://www.amazon.com/WHITE-Colo...SF6GVD2F3E, the air inside contains all sorts of nasty chemicals diluted down to nothingness so it treats basically everything, and is less likely to contain measurable quantities of actual poison than Hyland's, see https://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/...230762.htm

Oh and for the Big Pharma trolls in this tread, the reptilians pay way more, you should consider joining up. Go to your local masonic temple at 3:13AM next Tuesday and ask for Zoltiar, they'll get you hooked up.
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