Something Ive always been curious about concerning homeopathic drugs--why arent there warning labels on them? I see government mandated warnings insisting that various vitamin supplements have not been reviewed by the FDA and are not intended to treat or diagnose any disease; however, I never see such warnings on homeopathic drugs just a label that says homeopathic. Is it because the homeopathic label is considered to be the equivalent of the FDA warning? Aka, "This contains mostly water, watch out"?
Aside from that, I mostly agree with the person above me; fake remedies are only useful in so much that they provide an alternative to invasive medication via the placebo effect. Ive heard of doctors proscribing homeopathic drugs and other placebos for minor troubles to try and avoid the use of expensive and sometimes dangerous drugs; I dont know how much I approve of it morally, but if it works, it works.