Of course, by doing nothing at all they would still “enjoy all the benefits of homoeopathy”. With the added advantage that the fees would also be reduced to a homeopathic magnitude.
Well, yeah, but … that’s not quite playing the game, now is it? I had approached the matter somewhat in the spirit of those intrepid adventurers who spent long careers in search of the perfectly dry martini:
One might prepare a martini by waving the cap of a vermouth bottle over the glass, or observing that “there was vermouth in the house once.” Winston Churchill chose to forgo vermouth completely, and instead simply bowed in the direction of France, while General Patton suggested pointing the gin bottle in the general direction of Italy.
After exhaustive research on the subject of homeopathy, the one principle I have been able to pull out of my assembled references is that we do not make homeopathic remedies stronger by doing nothing, we make them stronger by asymptotically approaching doing nothing.
For all these reasons then, and against my better judgment, I offer the following (also available as a pdf for your personal wall-defacement):
Boojums Quick Reference to Homeopathic Dosages
Standard Strength: Take a homeopathic remedy.
Extra Strength: Be in the same room as a homeopathic remedy.
Industrial Strength: Think about homeopathy.
Maximum Strength: Don’t think too hard.
 In deference to our buddies in the UK, who treasure and support this zaniness at least as well as we Murcans, I will alternate between “homeopathy” and “homoeopathy.”
 Did I hear someone say “subliminal, my assembled references”?
 Whatever does not terminate me (urp), but causes me asymptotically to approach doing nothing, makes me stronger.
 “Judgment” it has been written, “comes from experience. And experience comes from bad judgment.”