Nah, it is not a comparable comparison at all. Hormones have a real effect on the brain and body, homeopathic medicine is literally watered down to the point that the active ingredient is near 0. It is possible that it is a placebo effect, but it is also possible that it isn't. Hormones enact real changes on people. They have a whole myriad of side effects.This is kind of the same as if you said "Homeopathy makes your immune system drastically increase and helps your mind become more focused. This is what a lot of people who use homeopathy report at least."
Placebo effect of sex hormones is a well-documented phenomenon. Anything someone associates with manhood, expect it to crop up as a "testosterone side effect," and MTFs claim estrogen gives them chocolate cravings and any other damn thing they associate with women.
Increase in sex drive is a real possibility that a bunch of different drugs can cause, a craving for chocolate isn't. Perhaps an increase in appetite, but a craving for a chocolate is a bit too specific. This is also in no way comparable.