represents the current scientific base of homeopathy.
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Almost all of the article listings in the document can be clicked on, which takes you to the abstract. In order to access the full text of the article, you would need university or other credentials. Some of these articles were published in languages other than English, however, the abstract appears in English. Many of the listings that appear in open-access or online journals such as PLoS Med or BioMed Central link to the full-text articles, which you can read in their entirety.
Why is this bibliography significant?
Why is this bibliography significant? It may be the first complete listing of the scientific evidence base for homeopathy.
Skeptics frequently claim “there is no scientific basis for homeopathy”, or that “there are no randomized controlled trials that support the use of homeopathic remedies to treat medical conditions”.
While homeopaths and many users of homeopathy know such claims to be untrue, it can be difficult to point to all the scattered information sources that belie these statements.
As homeopathy continues to gain popularity, it will become increasingly important to have an electronic reference like this that can be searched by author, topic, journal and medical condition, so make sure you download it and keep it handy.
Many thanks to Idris Bell and Peter Gould.
Dr. Anke Zimmermann, ND, FCAH is a naturopathic doctor with a special interest in developmental and behavioural disorders, vaccine injuries, homeopathy and CEASE Therapy.