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  • n. Plural form of homeopath.


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  • For instance, he writes that in the 1840s "there were allopaths (now called homeopaths) inspired by Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann."

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  • Some say ginger binds to serotonin receptors to reduce anxiety, and it's been used for centuries by homeopaths to stimulate circulation.

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  • That is the mistake a lot of people and even poorly trained homeopaths make.

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  • Many doctors, he wrote, “dismiss the AAPS as belonging to the bottom-feeding realm of homeopaths and chiropractors.”

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  • When the American Medical Association was founded in 1847, a hodgepodge of newly marginalized “irregular physicians” gravitated toward the Eclectic Medicine movement, which embraced everyone from homeopaths to hydropaths, mail-order herbalists to Native American healers.

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  • In London, a group of homeopaths set up something called the Disease Contacts Network, through which parents could pay to receive notification of outbreaks so that they could deliberately facilitate the infection of their children.

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  • In fact, many homeopaths will encourage you to take homeopathic preparations along with yourdoctor-prescribed medicine.

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  • So, homeopaths believe that diluting something actually has the opposite effect of dilution.

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  • Many homeopaths will not recommend homeopathy as a stand alone treatment for these types of diseases because they know that conventional medicine is critical to you getting better.

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  • However, homeopaths today still recommenddilutions of 12C, 30C and 200C!

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