The burden of proof

Historical Remedies make homeopathic ‘First Aids for Active Lifestyles & Modern Stress’, including things called Stress Mints, Moon Drops (a sleep aid), and the rather more self-explanatory Calm Drops and PickUp Drops. Yet somehow HR has found itself with a class action lawsuit on its hands, with plaintiffs complaining that the company ‘has misrepresented Calm Drops, Moon Drops, and/or PickUp Drops as an effective treatment for anxiety, sleeplessness, and lack of energy, respectively.’ It’s all part of California’s ongoing attack on homeopathy (link from the Alliance for Natural Health, hence the alarmist wording). What puzzles us is how one proves homeopathy works? Should be one to watch.

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