This proves that homeopathy acts on in-vivo models in the laboratory
In its natural state, the thyroid hormone thyroxine plays a vital role in the metamorphosis of tadpoles into frogs. Researchers observed the effect of a homeopathic solution of thyroxine on the development of tadpoles into frogs.
Tadpoles are separated into two separate groups:
- the first group is treated with water (control group)
- the second group is treated with a homeopathic solution, namely a diluted and succussed solution that is prepared using thyroxine: Thyroxine 30 DH.
The development of tadpoles into frogs is significantly slowed down in the group treated with the homeopathic solution of thyroxine.
Endler PC, Scherer-Pongratz W, Harrer B, Lingg G, Lothaller H. Amphibians and ultra high diluted thyroxine–further experiments and re-analysis of data. Homeopathy. 2015;104(4):250‐256. doi:10.1016/j.homp.2015.10.001
The presented data can, under no circumstances, be extrapolated to any property or clinical use in humans that would require additional studies.