I agree timokay, you must make a claim, and have the materials to start the testing. However, it might also be helpful to use these materials and monitor the patients health just to check if anything is happening before wasting time and resources on a formal scientific test. In other words, just like the dowsers, run a simple "control" so that you cannot go back after the trial and claim that the products were not made right or the dowsing rod was broke etc. Your claim here sounds exactly like the claims of most dowsers- that the area/conditions/equipment was flawed but dowsing works. Well, Hahnemann and company have had a long long time to get their act together. Why can't homeopaths agree on what works and what does not?? Surely the false prophets are failing at every turn? Shouldn't this be obvious?