Homeopathy is fake medicine. Its theory is impossible. Studies show it doesn’t work.

Yet Google continues to show ads for it, because it makes money for Google. They make money on fraud that may lead people to avoid medical help.

The Independent writes “A total of 57 systematic reviews, containing the 176 individual studies, focused on 68 different health conditions – and found there to be no evidence homeopathy was more effective than placebo on any.” (Independent.co.uk, Friday 19 February 2016).

What’s in homeopathic medicine? Water. Just water. Homeopathy’s own theory shows it is water. By diluting a molecule 400 times, you would have to drink 6,600 gallons of water to get one molecule.

Here are search results at Google (February 22, 2106) which show ads for homeopathy:



Google and all ad distribution networks should stop showing these ads.