The New A Ph A (American Pharmacist's Association, formerly American Pharmacy Association) has published a Chapter 55, Homeopathic medicines in their fifteenth edition Handbook of Non-prescription Drugs. June McDermott is a co-author and Jack Borneman is a reviewer.
Benefits of Homeopathy
Low cost: drugs average less than $1 per day in acute conditions and a few cents per day (sometimes a fraction of a cent) in chronic conditions.
Minimal side effects, no toxicity, no addiction, no dependency, no withdrawal.
Can work while patient is on prescription medication (e.g., for asthma, diabetes, or other conditions in which medication cannot safely be withdrawn).
No interaction with pharmaceuticals, because it works on a different (energetic) level.
Consumers receive good results when self-treating for many common acute conditions.
Patients unable to use conventional pharmaceuticals due to side effects can often safely use homeopathic drugs.
Patients often report improvement in overall energy, mood, quality of sleep, and digestion, and the disappearance of other symptoms apparently unrelated to the condition being treated with homeopathy.