What are some homeopathic rememdies? What are the origins?
Isopathy is a therapy derived from homeopathy invented by Johann Joseph Wilhelm Lux in the 1830s. Isopathy differs from homeopathy in general in that the remedies, known as “nosodes”, are made up either from things that cause the disease or from products of the disease, such as pus. Many so-called “homeopathic vaccines” are a form of isopathy.
Flower remedies can be produced by placing flowers in water and exposing them to sunlight. Although the proponents of these remedies share homeopathy’s vitalist world-view and the remedies are claimed to act through the same hypothetical “vital force” as homeopathy, the method of preparation is different. Bach flower remedies are prepared in “gentler” ways such as placing flowers in bowls of sunlit water, and the remedies are not successes. There is no convincing scientific or clinical evidence for flower remedies being effective.
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