Science can show and measure energy. Homeopathy doesn't claim to be about energy per se, it claims to be about treating like with like in minute doses ie a fever causing element to treat a fever given in a tiny, tiny dose. then there is all the woo about frequency and vibration etc.
Either way, one only has to look at the case of Penelope Dingle as a measure of homeopathic treatment.
I think it's fine if people wish to use it as a complimentary therapy or placebo, but I don't think it should be relied on as a treatment- there's just nothing to back it up.
I've heard good things about Arnica. If it won't hurt there is no harm in trying. I also used a tens machine in labour and meditation. Meditation worked, the tens was crap.
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