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Is the FDA banning Homeopathy?
By Jennifer Baer, A.R.N.P
A new issue has arisen in some circles of health and healing. Many are trying to report the facts without getting emotional.
This issue, as the title states is the conversation of the FDA possibly banning homeopathy. Homeopathy, which was developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in the 1700’s, is based on several principles. One is that like treats like.
Interestingly, Dr Hahnemann was using crude herbs on himself and then patients. He found that certain symptoms that developed in the patients would give a clear picture of the substance he was using to treat the illness. This developed a certain picture of what the herb would be used for. One issue that was found, was there were side effects from the herbs, so Dr Hahnemann set about to fix this. He kept diluting and diluting and diluting, until he would get the most minute amount of the substance but would still produce the positive effects of healing.
This turned into a legitimate form of treating ill individuals at that time and today, many people are trained in homeopathy and a lot of people use homeopathy to heal themselves.
The FDA approved use of these remedies as follows:
In 1938, the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act officially acknowledged homeopathy. Then in 1965, the Medicare Act and in 1987 the FDA Compliance Policy Guidelines accepted homeopathy as a verifiable way to treat illness.
Recently, more information has come to light. In December 2017, the FDA released a proposal that homeopathics will come under stricter guidelines. After doing some research and reading into this, I find that it is alarming but not devastating.
In 2010, the popular brand Hylands, who makes homeopathic remedies, pulled Belladonna because it is believed that the remedy had too much Belladonna in it and was linked to 10 infant deaths. Belladonna is used as a teething remedy.
The recent official FDA statement, from the FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD on this issue goes as follows:
“In recent years, we’ve seen a large uptick in products labeled as homeopathic that are being marketed for a wide array of diseases and conditions, from the common cold to cancer. In many cases, people may be placing their trust and money in therapies that may bring little to no benefit in combating serious ailments, or worse – that may cause significant and even irreparable harm because the products are poorly manufactured, or contain active ingredients that aren’t adequately tested or disclosed to patients. Our approach to regulating homeopathic drugs must evolve to reflect the current complexity of the market, by taking a more risk-based approach to enforcement. We respect that some individuals want to use alternative treatments, but the FDA has a responsibility to protect the public from products that may not deliver any benefit and have the potential to cause harm.” (1)
Now, the FDA register is open until 03/20/18 and open for public comment.
Please submit comments at this link: The Federal Register
If the FDA pushes through the law of evaluating all ingredients in homeopathics then there is cause for alarm. However, what is occurring now through March 20, 2018, is the FDA is proposing to monitor the remedies that are of serious concern and could have potential life threatening effects. The reason being, that with all of the new companies producing, selling etc. there is no control of this and the FDA is merely saying there needs to be.
With that being said, realizing there are many alarmists out there, even in the field of Integrative Medicine, with many of the popular health journalists writing on this in a sensationalistic sort of way, I will choose to do my part as an advocate for health and freedom of choice, without going down the pathway of fear and despair. We will keep you abreast of future events related to this.
To your health,
Jennifer Baer, A.R.N.P.
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