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DizzyIzzy
02-11-11, 07:31 PM
I've been saying this for YEARS now - and at last somebody with a decent readership is saying it, too. Watching sceptics 'overdose' on homoeopathics is hilarious. This is why:

You can't overdose on homeopathic remedies; Why won't homeopathy skeptics drink their own medicine?

Friday, February 11, 2011
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) It's really quite hilarious to see this unfold: Homeopathy skeptics and vicious Big Pharma attack dogs are running around the globe in ludicrous demonstrations where they consume huge doses of homeopathic remedies in public and then claim that because they don't die of an "overdose," these medicines therefore don't work.

Notice that they never consume their own medicines in large doses? Chemotherapy? Statin drugs? Blood thinners? They wouldn't dare drink those. In fact, today I'm challenging the homeopathic (http://www.naturalnews.com/homeopathic.html) skeptics and other medical fundamentalists to a "drink-a-thon" test to see which medicines (http://www.naturalnews.com/medicines.html) will kill you faster. But we'll get to that in a minute...

First, let's get to the understanding of why the idea that you could "overdose" on homeopathic remedies (http://www.naturalnews.com/homeopathic_remedies.html) is ridiculous to begin with.

It requires an elevated worldview

Teaching the so-called "skeptics (http://www.naturalnews.com/skeptics.html)" about how homeopathic medicine (http://www.naturalnews.com/medicine.html) really works is a bit like trying to convince flat Earthers that the planet is really spherical. These skeptics, you see, approach homeopathy (http://www.naturalnews.com/homeopathy.html) as if it were a drug (http://www.naturalnews.com/drug.html) (because that's all they really know). And in their world, all drugs (http://www.naturalnews.com/drugs.html) are dangerous if you overdose (http://www.naturalnews.com/overdose.html) on them, which makes sense from their point of view because they're educated solely in dangerous, synthetically-derived chemicals (http://www.naturalnews.com/chemicals.html) that are incompatible with the human body (http://www.naturalnews.com/human_body.html).

So it may be understandable at some level that since this is all the medical fundamentalists (skeptics) know, they have probably not attained the level of sophistication required to understand the far more advanced mechanisms of homeopathy. It's a bit like trying to teach a five-year-old child (http://www.naturalnews.com/child.html) how to play Mozart. And while that may have worked if your child was Mozart, it probably doesn't work for anyone else.

Homeopathy isn't a drug

Homeopathy, you see, isn't a drug. It's not a chemical. So you can drink all you want and you won't overdose on it. That's not a defect in homeopathy -- it's a remarkable advantage! It means that while 200,000+ Americans are killed each year by toxic (http://www.naturalnews.com/toxic.html) pharmaceutical drugs, no one is harmed by homeopathy. Not even those who are desperately trying to be harmed by it!

It seems these skeptics really want everything to be more dangerous because the world of toxicity (http://www.naturalnews.com/toxicity.html) is so much more familiar to them. What these not-so-amazing skeptics would like to see, it seems, is more people dropping dead from dangerous side effects. Then they would believe homeopathy was real.

That's the way ignorant conventional medicine (http://www.naturalnews.com/conventional_medicine.html) operates today: You know the drugs are kicking in when you start getting worse. Toxicity and conventional medicine go hand in hand.

But homeopathy isn't a chemical. It's a resonance. A vibration, or a harmony. It's the restructuring of water (http://www.naturalnews.com/water.html) to resonate with the particular energy (http://www.naturalnews.com/energy.html) of a plant or substance. We can get into the physics of it in a subsequent article (http://www.naturalnews.com/article.html), but for now it's easy to recognize that even from a conventional physics point of view, liquid water has tremendous energy, and it's constantly in motion, not just at the molecular level but also at the level of its subatomic particles and so-called "orbiting electrons" which aren't even orbiting in the first place. Electrons are vibrations and not physical objects.

But, oh yeah, I forgot. The skeptics don't know that yet. That won't be taught that in university physics classes until probably 2020, at which point most of them will probably be dead from taking pharmaceuticals (http://www.naturalnews.com/pharmaceuticals.html) to treat their own diseases. For now, they've all convinced themselves that electrons are -- get this -- tiny "particles" flying around atomic nuclei and tremendous speeds which just happen to stay in their little orbits like little perpetual motion machines (which they say are impossible), until all of a sudden, these electron "particles" inexplicably leap to a higher or lower orbit without occupying the space in-between those orbits at any moment. Yep, magic teleporting particles! That's the "scientific" explanation of these folks. No wonder so many of them are magicians: Believing their explanations requires that you believe in particle magic!

But getting back to water and vibrations, which isn't magic but rather vibrational physics, you can't overdose on a harmony. If you have one violin playing a note in your room, and you add ten more violins -- or a hundred more -- it's all still the same harmony (with all its complex higher frequencies, too). There's no toxicity to it.

Homeopathy works much the same way: You can drink a few drops or a few gallons. It's the same harmony being introduced into your body's living cells, regardless of the quantity. And drinking (http://www.naturalnews.com/drinking.html) a few gallons of it will only make you urinate a whole lot, which I suppose the skeptics have been doing a lot these days, staring down into the toilet bowl with their pants unzipped, declaring, "I was right! I can't overdose on it!" Talk about expensive urine, eh?

It's hilarious, in fact, that those who would try to disparage homeopathy would even think that attempting to "overdose" on it proves anything at all. What it really shows is that they utterly lack any understanding of the underlying theories of how homeopathy works -- theories that Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier -- the discovered of the AIDS virus -- now publicly supports, by the way. (http://www.naturalnews.com/031210_L... (http://www.naturalnews.com/031210_Luc_Montagnier_Homeopathy.html))

Bent on their own destruction (http://www.naturalnews.com/destruction.html)

What really drives the skeptics crazy is that no matter how hard they try, they just can't seem to kill themselves. To be so out of touch with the beautiful, loving and holographic nature of the universe around us is to retreat to a self-loathing worldview that can only be resolved through self destruction. These skeptics just want to kill themselves... and they wouldn't mind taking a few of you along with them, too. Hence their promotion of vaccines (http://www.naturalnews.com/vaccines.html), pharmaceuticals, chemotherapy (http://www.naturalnews.com/chemotherapy.html) and water fluoridation.

These public demonstrations of chugging what they call "drugs" can only be called psychopathic "public suicide (http://www.naturalnews.com/suicide.html) attempts" -- and they can't even get that right, either. (They're drinking the wrong stuff...)

I would suggest they try a few fluid ounces of their own medicines if they want to achieve the overdoses they're looking for. A few ounces of chemotherapy would do the trick nicely. Let me know if one of them tries that, and we'll carry the news: "Skeptic dies after drinking his own medicine. Story at eleven..."

In fact, if these skeptics are looking to kill themselves, they need look no further than the tens of thousands of toxic drugs, vaccines, chemotherapy agents, radiation procedures and barbaric surgical procedures that they claim will heal you! Yep, the stuff they say is good for you is the stuff they won't drink.

And therein lies my challenge...

Why I'm challenging skeptics to drink a gallon of chemotherapy

I am hereby challenging the skeptics to a public drink-a-thon, each drinking the medicines we advocate. I'll meet them in a public place, and we'll each drink the medicines we believe in the most.

I'll bring a gallon of homeopathic remedies (http://www.naturalnews.com/remedies.html) and healing raw juices, and the medical fundamentalists and their supporters (the more, the merrier) can each bring a gallon of the liquid forms of chemotherapy, blood pressure medications, coumadin, or statin drugs (http://www.naturalnews.com/statin_drugs.html). We'll chug them in public and see who's left standing. The results get posted on YouTube for the whole world to see. We'll title the video, "SKEPTICS COMMIT MASS SUICIDE BY DRINKING PHARMACEUTICALS AS IF THEY WERE KOOL-AID." Jonestown, anyone?

Do you have any doubt which of us will be left standing? Sure, I may need to pee a whole lot, but the restrooms won't be crowded, because all the skeptics won't be needing them anymore.

That outcome, my friends, would be sad, but newsworthy. More importantly, it would prove an important point: Medicine should be safe for people to consume, not so deadly that you drop dead after consuming it, which is what often happens with pharmaceuticals.

But, alas, my challenge will certainly never be accepted. None of the magicians, skeptics of medical fundamentalists will be publicly chugging chemotherapy any time soon, nor any other large doses of liquid pharmaceuticals. Why? Because they know how toxic those chemicals are.

Do you notice the irony here? The only medicines they're willing to consume in large doses in public are homeopathic remedies! They won't dare consume large quantities of the medicines they all say YOU should be taking! (The pharma drugs.)

And therein rests the truth in all this: Even the skeptics know that homeopathy is inherently safer than their own medicines.

No wonder they keep attacking it: If people found out about safe medicine, where would all of Big Pharma's repeat business (http://www.naturalnews.com/business.html) come from? After all, the best thing about chemotherapy (from Big Pharma's point of view) is that it creates repeat business from liver damage, kidney damage and brain damage.

All these pharmaceutical poisons are so damaging to the human body (http://www.naturalnews.com/body.html) -- and brain -- that these is probably one of the main reasons why the skeptics who take all these drugs are incapable of understanding high-vibration advanced medicine. A vaccine (http://www.naturalnews.com/vaccine.html) shot every year does wonders for lowering the IQ (http://www.naturalnews.com/IQ.html) and killing off the creative thinking portions of the brain, after all.

So if you're looking for safe medicine, definitely take a look at homeopathic remedies. They so safe that even the critics can't overdose on them... but you have to admit the attempt makes for great entertainment.

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Aaltrude
02-11-11, 07:37 PM
I did react to a homeopathic remedy once therefore I am cautious of them now. It smelt like there was some type of preservative, possibly a type of alcohol, in it. It was probably this rather than the remedy itself that I reacted to.
Oh the joys of having MCS.

DizzyIzzy
02-11-11, 07:57 PM
Probably brandy, which is what is usually used. You could make your own remedies up using plain water though. :)

The story doesn't mention that if you keep taking a remedy a few times a day for weeks on end you'll end up 'proving' it, i.e. begin displaying signs of whatever it's used to treat... that's how they find what each remedy is used for. Make it up using a substance, give it to a group of volunteers who take it for weeks on end, and take note of all the symptoms they begin showing. Those symptoms are then collated, compared, written up, and that's what you treat using the remedy.

Islander
02-11-11, 10:14 PM
I've readily admitted to being what's called a skeptic, so I'll limit myself to saying that 1) Adams shows profound ignorance of the term, 2) he's a well-known rabble-rouser, and 3) his logic here is skewed.

DizzyIzzy
02-11-11, 11:38 PM
Perhaps in his challenge, but his point remains absolutely correct: You cannot overdose on homeopathic medicines. His reasons for why are spot on - whether you take 1 pill or 1000 pills, if you take them at the same time, that constitutes a single dose. Hence, the 'sceptics' are ignorant idiots only proving that if your toddler were to get hold of a bottle and down it in one, they'd get at most a sugar rush, nothing more. Thus, it's far safer and cheaper than drugs are. And works extremely well when you get the right remedy. [The other thing that makes it different from drugs if you need to get the exact right remedy at the right dose - it's all individual, rather than symptom-based. Two people may have the same symptoms but require totally different remedies].

The people doing these 'mass overdoses' are the ones calling themselves 'sceptics' from 'sceptic organisations', he's just using their own terminology... do a quick google of it and you'll find dozens of news links to it happening around the world.

Islander
02-12-11, 12:04 AM
Yup, I've already seen them, organized by the skeptic magician, the Amazing Randi. He has a $$$ amount offered on a number of claims, none of which has yet been proven. He's a bit flamboyant but he stands behind his offers.

Reesacat
02-12-11, 12:05 AM
Homeopathy works a treat for my kittehs-since they are feral I can't get near them to pill them so drops in the water really help.

Islander
02-12-11, 12:13 AM
Reesacat, what are you treating them for?

DizzyIzzy
02-12-11, 12:16 AM
Flower essences (which work on more or less the same principle) work wonders for plants too - if you've ever got something that's a bit droopy and not responding to feeding or water or whatever, give it a few drops of Rescue Remedy. Works an absolute treat.

And you can't placebo a plant or a cat!!

Reesacat
02-12-11, 12:19 AM
Reesacat, what are you treating them for?
My outdoor cat all of a sudden has some bald patches on his flank-not irritated or sores. He gets those with flea bites-I put diatomaceous earth in the heated Cat Palace carpet and started him on drops for skin itch/irritation along with colloidal silver in the drinking water.
My indoor feral cats go bonkers with people coming in, and I have had the boys building me a cabinet and hooking up TV today. So I will add drops for nervousness/anxiety for the next few days.

Samurai
02-12-11, 07:32 PM
I have to admit that I have been a bit skeptical over homeopathy too, but I think that there is certainly something to be said for empirical evidence. Many people swear by it, and, if it is all simply an illusion, and it works (in the person's mind), why not? Altrude, the tinctures (booze based) don't make me feel well either, but for most, a bit of brandy does help the spirits!
What about the animals for whom it does work? César Millan, "The Dog Whisperer" recommends both homeopathy and accupuncture for dogs. Dogs cannot display a placebo effect, can they?

Aaltrude
02-13-11, 12:50 AM
What about the animals for whom it does work? César Millan, "The Dog Whisperer" recommends both homeopathy and accupuncture for dogs. Dogs cannot display a placebo effect, can they?

Rescue Remedy is widely used and said to be very effective for dogs.