But I went to the Hyland's website; they're the company that's been giving kids belladonna poisoning with their teething tablets. While I was there I found that some of their other products had ingredients with 1X (one part in ten) and 2X (one part per hundred) dilutions. Zicam has biologically active levels of zinc but is sold as homeopathic for regulatory reasons; it seems that a 1- or 2X dilution of chamomile (as is found in some of the Hyland's remedies) is about as much as you might find in chamomile tea, which certainly works.
Of course, chamomile is (or contains) drugs, not a like-cures-like substance, and the products are made to "weak" dilutions so it's kind of homeopathy-lite. Still, is it possible that they actually work?
Even if they do I'm not buying any of them because drugs are cheaper and more effective; I'm just wondering.