File:Label on a bottle of 'BX-Protocol', (a cure-all), listing ingredients.png

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The label on a bottle of "BX-Protocol" stating it is a "HOMEOPATHIC FORMULA" at a dilution of "1,000,000X". If label is correct, then that means the bottle only contains water : not even a single molecule of the "ACTIVE INGREDIENTS" will be present , (see ... http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Homeopathy#No_active_ingredient). Despite the label stating it is homeopathic, the creator of BX Protocol, "Dr" Dewayne Lee Smith, verbally contradicts that in this YouTube video ... https://youtu.be/EzKVv3JI_uA?t=10m05s , between 10m05s and 10m20s he says "it's not homeopathy ".

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