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  1. Indeed, there are many examples of healing from serious diseases due to the patient's autosuggestion – the so-called placebo effect. A person tends to link their recovery to a specific pill or injection, even if they don't actually benefit the body. This is the basis for the action of homeopathic medicines, in which the content of the medicinal substance in the preparation is hardly equal to one molecule. Although many homeopaths claim that the treatment is based on the idea that “water has a memory,” such treatment is untenable and has nothing to do with real medicine.

  2. There are several facts of the Second World War period, there were cases when Soviet soldiers suffering from stomach ulcers, hypertension, etc. were cured of the disease, as you understand, without appropriate treatment.

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