Evidence-Based Human Homeopathy and Veterinary Homeopathy. Comment on Bergh et al. A Systematic Review of Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine: “Miscellaneous Therapies”. Animals 2021, 11, 3356

Petra Weiermayer et al.

According to the simile principle (Similia similibus curentur, or ‘Let like be cured by like’), classical (=individualized) homeopathic therapy is based on the individual and not on the indication. Based on the following three facts, the discussion of the evidence in human and veterinary homeopathy lays the foundations for a comprehensive presentation of the evidence on homeopathy: (a) homeopathic medicinal products without indication are 100% identical with regard to production, quality, safety, and principles of application, regardless of whether they are used in animals or humans; (b) if the simile principle is adhered to that classical (=individualized) homeopathic therapy is based on the individual and not on the indication; and (c) if the proof of effectiveness of individualized homeopathy in one or more indications is available, the logical consequence seems to be that it can be concluded that it is effective in other indications.

Latest articles

The Goddard Report A podcast with Dr. Stephen Malthouse on “Making Doctors...
www.OpenSourceTruth.com All previous outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics end when Community Immunity, NOT...
Amanuensis Variants have been one of the hallmarks of this pandemic, with...
Samuel Reinfeld et al. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a deleterious...

Thank you!

Thank you for your membership application. As soon as your payment has been received your membership will be activated and you will be informed via email.

Thank you.

Thank you!

The form has been submitted successfully!