Homeopathy is Now Illegal

Homeopathy is Now Illegal

As of December 6, 2022, the FDA has officially banned homeopathy." There are currently no FDA-approved products labeled as homeopathic, and the agency cannot ensure these drugs meet standards for safety, effectiveness, and quality" (Read more on that here).  The means that the FDA has the power to remove any and all homeopathic products from the market, whenever it wants to.  

Despite the FDA describing homeopathy as highly diluted, "some products have been found to contain measurable amounts of active ingredients and therefore could cause significant patient harm."   

Further, "these products are often marketed as natural, safe and effective alternatives to approved prescription and nonprescription products, and are sold online and in major retail stores."

If they can cause "serious harm," perhaps they aren't a placebo after all and are in fact "effective alternatives" to allopathic prescriptions and nonprescription drugs.  Not surprisingly, the FDA has banned homeopathy to protect the bottom line, which is making money for drug companies. 


Homeopathy is very effective in treating allergies, rheumatoid arthritis, pain management and every other condition organisms experience.  According to this article, Zyrtec, a popular antihistamine drug was valued at $1.675 billion last year and the market for nasal spray is valued at just under $2 billion.  The market for arthritis is estimated to be around $60 billion and $73 billion for pain management. 

Homeopathy takes a huge chunk out of the profit for pharmaceutical companies and guess who funds the FDA? 


The FDA does not care about you, your health or the health of your animals.  It approves drugs and vaccines that are ineffective with possible side effects that are more significant than the symptoms themselves.  While these drugs mimic healing as symptoms disappear for a bit, they simply mask the underlying issue and suppress natural abilities to heal.  





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