This was my first question on this site, so don't be too harsh!

Is it because the question is too vague? Should I rephrase the question as "Does homeopathy work?". (But I already know the answer to that question... :-)

Is it because my question already contains some answers?

Or is it because my question is more about how it should be answered to convince people than the answer itself?

Any help/advice is appreciated.


Welcome to the site. Unfortunately there is no easy way to salvage your question: it's off topic:

What kind of questions can I ask here?

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On the other hand, fortunately we have addressed the topic of homeopathy multiple times. Please see if anything here is of help.

List: https://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/homeopathy

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