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Is homeopathy more dangerous then we think

Hi and don't get me me wrong! I don't know where would me and my family be without homeopathy.

I know how it works and that it works :)

But let's imagine for example that a person would throw some homeopathic remedies in the spring a small town use for water supply.

Would that have an effect on people that drink the water? Just wondering.

Could it be dangerous?

Just a thought..


Thanks.
[message edited by cristtt6 on Tue, 03 Mar 2015 21:39:06 GMT]
 
  cristtt6 on 2015-03-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It's an interesting question. There are reasons why it would be unlikely to cause any problems though.

1. Town water supplies are full of chemicals and exposed to heat and sunlight and other external influences. These would make the water a poor carrier for the remedy-pattern.

2. Only people sensitive to that specific remedy/remedies would react.

3. Only people sensitive to those particular potencies would react.

I have no idea what would actually happen though. I am sure it wouldn't be more dangerous than all the chlorine and fluoride people digest every day through 'clean' water. I have never heard of anyone trying it, at least that we know of.
 
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