So I am killing time at Walgreens, cruising the isles. I look at meds. There is an eardrop for tinnitus (we discussed it in another thread). There is no cure for tinnitus, but this eardrop promises help. But there is a word on the box: homeopathic. That gives out a huge warning sign. The next medication is an eyedrop helping with red eye and such, also homeopathic. In plain English that means it is bullshit and placebo. Then I see a chronic pain killer, the kicker is that beside being homeopathic, the only active ingredient is: Cobra venom. I am not kidding. I asked the pharmacist about these, and she said smiling: "I guess it can't hurt to try them". Well, they weren't even that cheap...If I am paying only for the placebo effect, at least it should be dirt cheap.