One of the most progressive things that happened during the 20th century was the advent of the birth control pill. Leaving aside moral and religious arguments it gave women control over their fertility.
However, it is not without risk.
Now, given the controversy over the efficacy of homeopathy, which has a cure for everything, it's surprising that the subject of homeopathic birth control has never entered the equation. Given that there are no side effects whatsoever, and no danger in overdosing, it's strange that there is a deafening silence on the subject.
My views on homeopathy as quack medicine are well known, but I have an open mind, and if the question of homeopathic birth control were to be addressed by the research departments (something they don't singularly address) beavering away giving water 'memory' then I would of course reassess my position.