Homeopathic Medicine FAQs
How do homeopathic medicines work?
What are homeopathic medicines?
How potent are homeopathic medicines?
How are OTC homeopathic medicines delivered?
Homeopathic OTC medicines are available in numerous product and dosage forms. Homeopathic medicines may be delivered to the body in the form of capsules, creams, eye drops, gels, granules, liquids, lozenges, nasal sprays, ointments, pills, tablets, suppositories, and syrups.
What are OTC homeopathic products used to treat?
Are homeopathic products safe?
Are homeopathic products regulated by the FDA?
Homeopathic products are regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and classified as drugs under the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. Homeopathic medicines must comply with FDA labeling requirements and be manufactured in accordance with Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Manufacturers of homeopathic products are required to register with the FDA and are subject to FDA inspections. As with all medicines, homeopathic manufacturers must report any serious adverse reactions to FDA.