Posted: Jun 17, 2010 4:11 pm
by tytalus
It is interesting to me that defenders of homeopathy frequently speak of how it cannot be applied clinically, that this "doesn't acknowledge the variation of individual response to disease and treatment". Yet these same people have no problem with hawking standardized bottles of sugar pills and etc. as if there should be no "variation of individual response" at all. If homeopathy only works at the individual practitioner-patient level, then what is that one-size-fits-all manufactured crap doing in a store?