I thought that homeopathy—similia, etc.—had done away with both of them.
But he was furious and sulphurous, and that is why I have changed to homeopathy.
If my lecture on "First Principles in homeopathy" is ever to be delivered, it must be delivered elsewhere.
As a member of the College of Physicians I've felt that way about homeopathy and the faith-cure.
A further difficulty arose over the establishment of a Department of homeopathy, which had long been the subject of agitation.
homeopathy taught her that in the higher attenuations of its drugs, "matter is rarefied to its fatal essence, mortal mind."
These two cases of ordinary vaccination and homeopathy are typical of all the rest.
That it (homeopathy) is no more worthy of such introduction than other kindred methods of practice as closely allied to quackery.
It is by my feelings as to thee and Una, more than on my own account, that I find I am a true believer in homeopathy.
These headings show a bias against homeopathy which is common in some classifications.
homeopathy ho·me·op·a·thy (hō'mē-ŏp'ə-thē)
A system for treating disease based on the administration of minute doses of a drug that in massive amounts produces symptoms in healthy persons similar to those of the disease.
A system of treating disease in which small doses of certain substances are administered; in large doses, given to a healthy person, these substances would produce the symptoms of the disease. The principles of homeopathy do not enjoy widespread acceptance in the medical community.