The world's safest medicines under attack
It's absolutely amazing.
As I shared just this morning, the feds are routinely approving drugs that don't work -- including expensive cancer drugs that DON'T extend or even improve lives.
Even after the truth comes out, they refuse to pull these drugs off the market.
Now, we know why the feds refuse to take action against meds that don't work: They're too busy fighting against the treatments that DO work for hundreds of conditions!
Millions of Americans rely on safe and inexpensive homeopathic remedies for everything from pain to depression to allergies.
But now, the Federal Trade Commission is launching a crackdown.
They're about to force all homeopathic remedies to carry a label that says something to the effect of "there is no scientific evidence that the product works."
Even worse, the label might also have to include wording that says, "the product's claims are based only on theories of homeopathy from the 1700s that are not accepted by most modern medical experts."
There's just one problem with the wording of those two statements: Neither of them are true!
Sure, there are plenty of studies where homeopathic remedies "fail," and skeptics just love to point them out.
What they won't be so quick to point out is that the studies were designed to fail.
Homeopathic remedies aren't like drugs. Each one is based on specific symptoms and causes -- so there's often no single treatment for any one condition.
Sometimes, there are dozens of options to choose from.
When you create a proper study in which the remedies are customized, you see startling results.
Just last year, homeopathic remedies went head-to-head against the antidepressant drug fluoxetine (a.k.a. Prozac) in women battling depression, hot flashes, and more due to menopause.
The women didn't get the same treatment. They got one of several different homeopathic remedies, based on their symptoms.
This is how homeopathy works. And sure enough, the homeopathic remedies beat both the drug AND the placebo!
That's just one example; there are more than 100 published studies that back homeopathy for mood disorders, pain conditions, allergies, and more.
They key is in finding the right one for your symptoms, which can take a little trial and error if you're trying to do it on your own.
If your condition isn't urgent, and you have some time and are willing to invest a few dollars (and I do mean a few -- most homeopathic remedies are very inexpensive), you can feel free to experiment until you find a remedy that works.
For a little more help, seek the advice of a holistic medical doctor experienced in homeopathic therapies.