Public water supply may contain dangerously tiny levels of homeopathic medicine, say experts
BRITISH tap water may contain homeopathic medicines in dangerously minuscule concentrations, experts have warned.
Professor Henry Brubaker, of the Institute for Studies, said: “Users of homeopathic medicines sometimes pour them down the sink when they’ve finished the course, or when they realise it’s all bollocks.
“We’re already seeing the effect on wildlife, with reports of no effects whatsoever on fish.”
He added: “Now we are seeing evidence that the waste has entered the human water supply, with potentially negligible effects.
“We’re advising people to dilute their tap water a thousand times and then tap it with a plastic spoon to make sure it’s safe.”