Despite sceptics constrained by 19th century science claiming that homeopathy is a ‘quack’ 19th Century medicine, it is encouraging to hear that the 21st century space program is seriously considering using it: http://www.ebiologynews.com/2087.html.
“The paper presented by Prasanta and Pratip Banerji was based on the fact that the moon has no magnetic field and hence problems of dispersion, solubility, absorption, availability at tissue level, metabolism and excretion of drugs, including recycling problems and disposal, do exist.
“Thus, in such a state, the use of conventional medicines has its limitations. An alternative to conventional medicines will be ultra-diluted medicines that may help solve the problems,” said Prasanta Banerji.
Ultra-diluted medicines have the capability to act through nerve terminals when placed on our tongue to execute beneficial roles in our body.
“Ultra-diluted medicines are also non-toxic, with extended shelf-life, non-addictive, with negligible weight and volume, low-cost, and easily administrable,” he added.”
Many things we now take for granted came out of the space program: http://www.thespaceplace.com/nasa/spinoffs.html
Let’s hope homeopathy will be one of these in the future. Happy Christmas.