Which one is more scientific: Allopathy or Homeopathy?

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Dr Nancy Malik (July 17, 2008, 21:53:56 PM):
In allopathy, new medicines (sources are mostly chemical/synthetic) are constantly being created, tested in test-tubes, sick persons, or animals (rats), and going in and out of market every few years once their side effects (typical examples are of steroids, antibiotics, hormones) become obvious to the general public. How many allopathic drugs of yesterday can be found on the chemists' shelves today? They all had their day, and their alluring names have faded into oblivion (because they are declared ineffective or dangerous), only to be replaced by newer drugs.

Homeopathic medicines (prepared from many natural substances such as herbs and minerals) used in the times of Dr. S. Hahnemann (200 yrs back) are used even today because of their efficacy. They have been tried and tested on healthy human beings. They are known, trusted, and reliable.
Mefiante (July 17, 2008, 22:28:02 PM):
So, which one is more scientific by your reckoning?

'Luthon64
Dr Nancy Malik (July 19, 2008, 05:37:22 AM):
Happy Birthday to Nelson Mandela
Tweefo (July 19, 2008, 15:00:28 PM):
Happy Birthday? I am sure you can answer the question better than that, can't you? We are all waiting.....
bluegray (July 21, 2008, 14:55:55 PM):
Homeopathic medicines (prepared from many natural substances such as herbs and minerals) used in the times of Dr. S. Hahnemann (200 yrs back) are used even today because of their efficacy. They have been tried and tested on healthy human beings. They are known, trusted, and reliable.
Chicken and vegetable soup (prepared from many natural substances such as herbs and minerals) used in the times of Dr. S. Hahnemann (200 yrs back) are used even today because of their efficacy. They have been tried and tested on healthy human beings. They are known, trusted, and reliable.
:P

Honestly, is this your best argument? Come on, I'm sure you and the other homeopathic "Drs." can do better than this. Do you need another 200 years?

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