Anke Zimmerman is a homeopath (and naturopath) in British Columbia, Canada, using traditional homeopathic remedies. Often the accusation against homeopathy is that the remedies are diluted so much that there is nothing there, therefore they cannot do any good. But when Anke posted a case report of a child with aggressive behavior who improved dramatically after receiving a remedy derived from rabid dog serum, all of a sudden homeopathic remedies contained dangerous quantities of ingredients. Eventually the Chief Medical Officer weighed in, resulting in Zimmerman, and others, launching complaints against her. David discusses this specific case, the mysteries about how homeopathy could work, and how the allopathic medical industry prefers to attack their competition rather than deal with tremendous problems that they created, such as the opiod crisis.