raster;58123 wrote: Homeopathics are the first type of medicine that was created (before western medicine).
Actually, homeopathics is quite modern. It was invented by Samuel Hahnemann at around the year 1800.
raster;58123 wrote: “Modern advocates of homeopathy have proposed a concept of “water memory”, according to which water “remembers” the substances mixed in it, and transmits the effect of those substances when consumed.”
So basically homeopathics instruct your body to do certain things and activate parts of its immune system.
No. The concept of “water memory” was invented by the believers in classical homeopathy to explain why their system should work. This explanation has since been discredited. One can therefore not conclude that homeopathics “instruct your body” to do anything.
The concept of “water memory” is purely hypothetical. It has no basis in theory. One may of course argue that the current state of theory may be incomplete, but then one can experiment. Such experiments have never given any hint that this “water memory” exists.
raster;58123 wrote: Your product did contain other herbs and these will do other things…
This turns out to be the reason why some homeopathics do work. Not through this magical “water memory”, but through herbs in measurable quantities.