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.

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.

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.