EoR is fascinated by the wonderful magic of homeopathy. He can't get enough of it.
According to Antidotes that Interfere with Homeopathic Treatment no matter how powerful the healing vital force of homeopathy is, it can apparently be stymied by something as simple as a sip of coffee, or going to sleep in the wrong bed, or being unfaithful and casting your gaze at the local acupuncturist. Of course, it wouldn't be because homeopathy simply doesn't work. Or that people's symptoms come and go with no correlation to intake of homeopathic 'remedies'. Homeopathy is magic, and magical thinking requires that disparate events are inextricably linked by some mysterious force. Let's call it, umm, how about 'vital force'?
In the absence of studies, always fall back on anecdote...
Poor Debbie suffered from a variety of women's issues, all resolved by Sulphur (including making her "energy much better"). This was fine for seven months until she partook of forbidden fruit (well, actually some coffee flavoured cookies). The effect was dramatic. Only one week later her symptoms had returned. There could be no doubt. The cookie from a week ago was the culprit. Nothing else could explain it. Not even that the two events were fundamentally completely separate and unrelated. There was manifestly a direct causal link.
Poor Don had some men's issues, resolved by Thuja. But when he used some marijuana, his venereal warts returned. When he used Thuja again, they disappeared. EoR is convinced. He's never heard of warts disappearing on their own before. In passing, EoR wonders about how powerful a high you could get from homeopathic marijuana...
Barry had a number of issues which "resolved well" with Causticum, but he foolishly threw away the miracle by using an electric blanket only to have the symptoms return. Yes, obviously it couldn't have been that the homeopathy had no effect at all, it was that nasty device with all that evil bad energy. Presumably the homeopathically besotted should forego all electrical devices.
Vick's Vapo-Rub, hair perms, coffee and caffeine (though not, strangely, caffeinated tea), Tiger Balm, cough drops, prescription medicines, immunisations, dental work, other homeopathic remedies, herbs, vitamins, acupuncture... The list seems endless. EoR is amazed that any homeopathic remedy works. Ever.
EoR admires the way homeopathic victims are turned away from wasting their precious money on other SCAMs. Give it to your friendly local homeopath instead. This appears to be the standard 'alternative' ethical stand: it's okay to spend all your money on bullshit, as long as it's my bullshit. Just don't fall for those other shysters.
As an aside, EoR finds it presumptuous and misleading of Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman N.D., M.S.W., DHANP to refer to herself as "Dr" Reichenberg-Ullman (and stick all those silly letters after her name).