hahaha - Great video.
Albeing slightly less entertaining, I've seen some videos by James Randi on the subject.James Randi Explains Homeopathy/youtu.be/lmOfEoDcjksHomeopathy, Quackery and Fraud - James Randi/youtu.be/c0Z7KeNCi7g
In the second video, James swallows the contents of an entire bottle of homeopathic sleeping pills - to no effect. He states he's been doing this same thing for 8-10 years. I've found similar YouTube videos of others who have done the same thing - sometimes, by large crowds of people.
So, there's that.
But, I also have read about
and talked to people who swear homeopathy worked for them. Placebo? Who knows? A placebo effect is STILL an effect, as you noted.
Googling the matter, of course, will yield all sorts of articles stating that numerous studies have shown that homeopathy doesn't work.1,800 Studies Later, Scientists Conclude Homeopathy Doesn't Work/bit.ly/2KrOUPSHomeopathy 'Treatments' Must Be Labelled To Say They Do Not Work, US Government Orders/ind.pn/2rKB2Zu/bit.ly/2f71t3jHomeopathy Doesn't Work For Cows, Either/bit.ly/2wKrYJU
Personally, over the years, I've tried perhaps a dozen over-the-counter homeopathic remedies. Of those, exactly zero have worked for me.
Recently, I spoke to a Chiropractor, regarding homeopathy. I explained my lack of success, as well as my skepticism about
it. She told me I need to stop thinking of things with my logical mind and start thinking in "Quantum Physics" terms.
(Fortunately, I was on the telephone, because I rolled my eyes so hard, I briefly glimpsed my cerebellum. When I hear stuff like that, I know the person has watched "The Secret" too many times.)
After she mentioned ionic foot baths, I knew I had to quickly bring the discussion to a close, before we started talking about
crystals, chakras, or
opening my third eye.
Although I'm willing to try it again, have a different experience, and change my opinion, currently, I don't find homeopathy to be effective for me.