Date posted: May 28, 2012

The controversial  aspect of homeopathy,  and the main reason  it  has been on  the receiving  end of  many attacks especially  in  the  UK  in  recent  years,  is  the  use  of  high, ‘ultramolecular’ dilutions. This issue of Homeopathy concludes our special issue on biological models. Because of the gratifying surfeit of high quality contributions, we have had to spread the material quality contributions, we have had to spread the material in two issues. But it is important to remember that  the  use  of  ultramolecular  dilutions  is  not  a  defining characteristic  of  homeopathy. Download  full paper


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