Homeopathy lacks biological plausibility, along with scientific facts contradict homeopathy’s axioms. The postulated mechanisms of action of homeopathic treatments are both scientifically implausible and not physically possible. Although some clinical trials produce positive results, systematic reviews show this is because of opportunity, flawed research methods, and reporting bias. Continued homeopathic practice, regardless of the signs that it does not work, continues to be criticized as unethical since it raises the anguish of patients by discouraging the usage of actual medicine, with all the World Health Organisation warning against using homeopathy to try and take care of acute diseases like HIV and malaria. The ongoing practice, despite a deficiency of evidence of effectiveness, has caused homeopathy being qualified as a sham, quackery, or junk within the scientific and medical communities.
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