Well, it's rather strange, though, probably, the regulatory authorities are phoning. My opinion is useless drugs, I've already experienced it myself. There is only one conclusion, it's just that no one is doing this
My sister is a homeopathic doctor with 15 years of experience. There are only a few qualified doctors in the Russian Federation, the rest are swindlers. Homeopathy costs a penny, and the advertised remedies are much more expensive, but not always more effective. It is noteworthy that (according to my sister), those who pass these laws against homeopathy are themselves clients of homeopathic doctors. Pharmaceutical monsters don't need competitors.
Because these are officially registered drugs, they have a special name in the law on drugs, they are carried out and registered in the entire legislative framework, so they are legal drugs.
We have many drugs that even sold and registered as medicines, but raise many questions in terms of evidence.
How homeopathic medicines will be labeled is a matter of legislation. Now they are labeled, it should be indicated that this is a homeopathic medicine, but I would like, of course, to see a warning inscription, as they do in the USA, that no clinical efficacy has been proven either for prevention or for treatment, but these are dreams, and I doubt that comes to that.
Pharmaceutical lobby ... since there is no active substance (let's assume that 1 molecule for several visible universes is the absence of a substance), and the main component is alcohol, or water, or sugar, then the marginality of the drug allows you to get a large amount of funds, which can be sent incl. on the lobby.