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'Users of homeopathic medicines can no longer remain silent'
Belgian homeopaths, together with the 'European Committee for Homeopathy', have published a statement which I find too remarkable to withhold it from you: START OF QUOTE Users of homeopathic medicines can no longer remain silent about the untruths circulating in the media. These lies raise doubts which naïve and gullible people take on board all too easily and then see homeopathy as quackery. None of this is accurate! Because they fear seeing some of their 'certainties' questioned, the SKEPP movement is firing off at anything that current science cannot yet explain with both barrels. The contents of homeopathic medicines SKEPP states that a homeopathic medicine is nothing more than a drop of water in a swimming pool and therefore has nothing in it. This is wrong. Tests performed on a high homeopathic potency (30CH) of Gelsemium sempervirens (Yellow Jasmine, a very common homeopathic medicine) have detected 36 micrograms of a specific substance per gram of solution [1]. Opponents