‘Magic Pills’ Movie – Homeopathy can save Lives
Ananda More Hom, DHMHS (OCHM alumnus) is a first-time filmmaker, and no stranger to storytelling. Her debut film Magic Pills exposes what publications and media in general don’t dare discuss regarding health and financial interests.
Can Homeopathy Save Lives? A documentary that examines the Evidence Base and Real World Use for Homeopathy.
TORONTO PREMIERE OCTOBER 27, 2019 AT THE ROYAL CINEMA. To purchase tickets, please visit: https://bit.ly/2lWsbEU.
ABOUT THE MAGIC PILLS MOVIE (from magicpillsmovie.com): Our current medical system is broken. It focuses on profits and disease, rather than people and wellness.
Homeopathy could be one of the more affordable and effective forms of medicine available. It’s been used to treat disease with very compelling results. There is an increasing body of evidence in the scientific literature to support the 200 years of clinical homeopathic experience, but this evidence is concealed and falsely ridiculed by a system afraid of alternatives.
It examines very compelling scientific research and evidence to support the idea that homeopathy is not only plausible but effective and affordable.
Ananda travels the world in this film and uncovers whether homeopathy is truly science-based and effective or a mere placebo that endangers lives.
We’re super proud of Ananda and all of her work in the field of Homeopathy!
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