Long back I asked you a question: What do you know about homeopathy? I will repeat it again now: What do you know about homeopathy?<quoted text>
No its not a test at all. You have a sample size of one so how can you be sure it was the tablet that cured her? How can you be sure that she would not have improved at that time without treatment?
Its the logical fallacy 'Post-hoc ergo propter hoc'. This fallacy follows the basic format of: A preceded B, therefore A caused B, and therefore assumes cause and effect for two events just because they are temporally related (the latin translates to "after this, therefore because of this").
In homeopathy you treat individuals- so the cases have to be 1+1+1...
What did you expect? Reepeatable reaction like you get for heroin? Heroin qualifies as a PERFECT drug in your system - always the same reaction- NO PLACEBO.