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home:othertreatments:homeopathy [04.02.2010]
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 Claims to the efficacy of homeopathic treatment beyond the placebo effect are unsupported by the collective weight of scientific and clinical evidence.(({{pubmed>​long:​12492603}})) (({{pubmed>​long:​14973954}})) (({{pubmed>​long:​12535487}})) (({{pubmed>​long:​11416076}})) Claims to the efficacy of homeopathic treatment beyond the placebo effect are unsupported by the collective weight of scientific and clinical evidence.(({{pubmed>​long:​12492603}})) (({{pubmed>​long:​14973954}})) (({{pubmed>​long:​12535487}})) (({{pubmed>​long:​11416076}}))
  
-Though homeopathic remedies are not likely to be harmful, there is always the chance, as with any ingested [[home:​othertreatments:​#​over-the-counter_supplements|supplement]] or [[home:​othertreatments:​#​other_therapies|therapy]],​ that they contain substances which interfere with nuclear receptors or vitamin D metabolism. For this reason, homeopathic remedies are contraindicated for patients on the Marshall Protocol.+Though homeopathic remedies are not likely to be harmful, there is always the chance, as with any ingested [[antidepressants#​over-the-counter_supplements|supplement]] or [[antidepressants#​other_therapies|therapy]],​ that they contain substances which interfere with nuclear receptors or vitamin D metabolism. For this reason, homeopathic remedies are contraindicated for patients on the Marshall Protocol.
        
  
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