Traumatic brain injuries are very common in athletes and soldiers, and many of them go unreported and untreated. Sure, there's a lot of media buzz these days about TBI because they've discovered that some football players and boxers have dramatically shrunken brains, and depression and tremors later in life, because of something they call CTE, chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Those words just mean longterm brain injury from being bashed around.
If you go to your doctor for a TBI, and it's a conventional doctor, he's likely to tell you rest will fix it. Specifically no reading or screens for a week or so, no work if you can get out of it. He's likely to tell you that it will pass on its own. Sometimes it does. That's when homeopathy "works", of course, when the condition it is supposed to treat would have passed on its own without treatment. But what about those cases that are more severe? What if rest and sugar pills aren't enough, and the brain really needs some help? Both the homeopath and the conventional physician fail in that case.
There are good treatments for TBI. There are doctors in the military who know them. At a bare minimum people who've bashed their brains need lots of omega 3 fats and a clean, veggie rich diet. There are herbs that have been shown to help a lot with brain recovery. It's concerning that conventional doctors are so anti-botanical medicine that they don't even study up on that. When are we going to get real about what works and what doesn't, instead of walking around parroting what we've been told?