Homeopaty BS and it's placebo

People who say they believe in such nonsense are much like those who believe in gods, devils, angels, etc.
http://arstechnica.com/science/2016/02/homeopathy-successfully-turns-water-into-a-placebo/

Who says it’s just “water memory”

http://arstechnica.com/science/2014/03/homeopathic-remedies-recalled-for-containing-real-medicine/ The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recalled homeopathic remedies made by a company called Terra-Medica because they may contain actual medicine—possibly penicillin or derivatives of the antibiotic. Terra-Medica creates a range of homeopathic capsules, suppositories and ointments under clinical-sounding brand names including Pleo-Fort, Pleo-Quent and Pleo-EX. The FDA has found that 56 lots of the drugs may contain penicillin or derivatives of penicillin, which may have been produced during fermentation. This is a problem, because Terra-Medica says that its products don't contain antibiotics.
:ahhh:

Too bad the water cure doesn’t work. Else they could cure all the babies in Flint, MI, of their brain damage by only very, very, gradually decreasing their water-borne exposure to heavy metals. (Which seems to be what they are doing anyway.)

“Homeopathy successfully turns water into a placebo”
Best title for an article ever.