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ho·me·op·a·thy

 (hō′mē-ŏp′ə-thē)
n. pl. ho·me·op·a·thies
A system for treating disease based on the administration of minute doses of a drug that in massive amounts produces symptoms in healthy individuals similar to those of the disease itself.

ho′me·o·path′ (-ə-păth′), ho′me·op′a·thist n.
ho′me·o·path′ic adj.
ho′me·o·path′i·cal·ly adv.
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Nichola was four stone overweight and she began enlisting the help of a kinesiologist, homeopathist and reflexologist as well as changing her diet.
Why we have more "faith" in the reflexologist or homeopathist than the GP.
(1.) Frank Kraft, MD, ed., The American Homeopathist: An Exponent of Medical Progress, vol.
The speaker was Linda Gill, a homeopathist who was welcomed by Branch leader, Doreen Glover.
The fact that he was called "doctor" no doubt helped (he had qualified as a homeopathist); so, perhaps, did the name "Crippen" itself, with its suggestion of crypts and cripples.