I don't go for it either. Placebo. At least people are making money.
I've seen it work more often then not, and once I chose to take an in-depth study of it, I learned more about the whole system. Not everyone is into it or thinks it works of course, but I personally have seen it work in myself and in the above mentioned cases.
"yep, I think it's a crock. Teething remedies never worked at all for my kid."
Odd reasoning....so if it dosn't work on your child it means it never works at all for anyone?
"Vibrations? Please don't make me laugh." Try learning about it from a trained homeopath before you knock it...if you actually try to do an in-depth study and review you would learn that it's more then that. "I have to believe in it for it to work? Uh, then it's a placebo, not really working." Uh no, you don't have to "believe in it," I've used it on the husband who thinks I'm a loon, and it most cases it's worked on him.
"I want to know why homeopathic remedies are so expensive if they are basically water."
Expensive? I pay around 7 bucks for remedies at the health food store....heck of a lot cheaper then my 20 buck co-pay for a doctor and then 20-30 bucks more to pick up my prescription! I don't think I've paid more than 10 bucks for any remedy.