Homeopathy explained - Phil's Rambling Rants
Back when I was employed and had a flexible spending account that could be used on otc medicines, I much preferred going to Walgreens who would put FSA right on the shelf labels. Vitamins were not considered eligible, but homeopathic items were. So my fish oil that my doctor told me to take for my cholesterol was not considered eligible, but quack-fake mcfaker crap that claimed to be good for whatever ailed you without actually being anything more than foul-tasting herbal tea was totally eligible.
I can't remember if it was this year or last, but now you can't buy even OTC actual medicine (like aspirin or antihistamines) (and also the homeopathic stuff) with fsa funds.