But why? Why are consumers spending their money on ineffective treatments?
The answer is probably complex, and there are many factors to explain this puzzling phenomenon. One of them is the constant and clever marketing of homeopathy. This website, for instance, claims that homeopathy can be used for first aid. Below I have copied the remedy in question, the potency best suited, and the conditions to be treated.
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Put the axe down and read the rest here: AN IDEAL HOMOEOPATHIC FIRST-AID BOX
- ARNICA MONT. 30 – bruises, contusions, injuries, shock.
- HYPERICUM 200 – injuries to parts rich in nerve-supply, laceration, also preventive for tetanus...