Since we are not aware of any meta-analyses of cost-effectiveness-studies, we report in the following the results of a systematic review on this topic. In this review, 15 articles were identified that reported on 14 economic evaluations of homeopathy. The authors summarize their findings as follows: “Eight out of the 14 studies found improvements in patients’ health together with cost savings. Four studies found that improvements in homeopathy patients were at least as good as in control group patients, at comparable costs. Two studies found improvements similar to conventional treatment, but at higher costs. […] Although the identified evidence of the costs and potential benefits of homeopathy seemed promising, studies were highly heterogeneous and had several methodological weaknesses. It is therefore not possible to draw firm conclusions based on existing economic evaluations of homeopathy.”