Beim Heilpraktiker I

Mein(e) zukünftige(r) Heilpraktiker(in) sagt: Homöopathische Arzneien werden durch ein spezielles Verfahren hergestellt und können deshalb sanft, dynamisch und dauerhaft wirken.

Ramen, Wunderpatienten!

Ich werde in 2 Wochen all meine geraubten Gold- und Silberdublonen zusammenkratzen und einen Heilpraktiker aufsuchen. Ich werde eine homöopathische Erstanamnese (für 140 Euro) durchführen lassen. 100 Euro davon zahlt ja eh meine feinstoffliche Krankenkasse.

Warum? Weil ich wissen will, was die nun wirklich machen, diese Heilpraktiker.

Mein Problem ist, dass ich so ziemlich gesund bin. Aber vielleicht ist das ja auch der perfekte Grund hinzugehen. Ich kann sagen, MIR tut das Kreuz weh wie dem Jesus. Ich bin müde, abgespannt, lustlos, ausgepowert, Burnout, Stress …

Jedenfalls will ich so wenig wie möglich sagen. Fragen will ich viel. Zum Schutze meiner Selbst werde ich wieder ein Heiliges T-Shirt tragen. Ramen.

Falls ich zurückkomme, werde ich Euch alles berichten!

Hail Eris und Ramen,

Mr_MIR @ live.de
(Suchender, Lernender & Pirat)

Dear Dr. Nancy Malik, I have some Questions to you!

UPDATE: Dear „Dr“ Nancy M, thx 4 blocking:)

Ramen, World-wide Followers, Pirates!

When one starts to use Twitter, a discussion can be spanned over the whole globe and beyond. Therefore, I have decided to preach in English from time to time. Let me preach today to a Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery from ‘Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital’, Chandigarh directly! Ramen.

Dear Dr. Nancy Malik!

Thank you very much for our discussions in microblog-format. However, a microblog is not suitable for a deep discussion. We have started to paste links and we have assumed that the other one is reading their content lateron.

I have been going through all your tweets and tried to analyze your claims on homeopathy. I will state some concise questions, which arise from your claims and I hope that you will find the time to answer them for us, the rest of the human beings, in a concise scientific manner. Please read all questions first, before you start to answer! I ask you not to answer each question by only putting a link, I ask you to write some 3-5 sentences of text, which of course can be supported by links!

OK? Let us start!

1) What is Science? How would you define Science?

2) What is Evidence? How would you define Evidence?

3) How would you define Esotericism?

4) How would you define Believe?

5) How would you define Healing?

6) How would you define the Placebo-Effect?

7) How would you define a Placebo-Treatment?

8) Can you attest the Presence of any „Particles“ or „Structures“ in a Homeopathic Remedy Sulphur C30 Globules in a scientific way?

9) Can you differentiate between Arnica Montana C30 and Sulphur C30 in a scientific way?

Dear Nancy, I hope to get your answers! Of course it can happen that I turn into a homeopath after I have understood all of them!

Hail Eris und Ramen,

Mr_MIR @ live.de
(Pirate)

Can I reuse Homeopathic Bottles?

Homeopathy-soh.org sagt: Homeopathic medicines (which homeopaths call remedies) are prepared by specialist pharmacies using a careful process of dilution and succussion (a specific form of vigorous shaking). As yet, science has not been able to explain the mechanism of action of ultra high dilutions in the body, but laboratory experiments have demonstrated that homeopathically prepared substances can cause biological effects and are distinct from ‘pure water’, as some sceptics have suggested.

Discoverhomeopathy.co.uk sagt: Homeopathy is commonly described as a system of medicine but this is misleading. More accurately, it can be described as a collection of scientifically unsupported and unconnected beliefs that date from a pre-science era and yet which homeopaths believe serve as the underlying principles of a safe and effective healthcare treatment.

Ramen, lasset mich auch mal was lustiges schreiben! Ich hab bis jetzt nur seriöses Wissen über die esoterische Geheimlehre der Allheilung mittels geschütteltem Wasser und/oder Zuckerkügelchen verbreitet. Aber nun muss ich mich mal, auf Kosten gewisser Homöopathen, lustig machen.

Guidingsymptoms.com sagt: There is quite a bit of debate on the issue of reusing bottles that have previously contained homeopathic remedies and whether reuse of these bottles constitutes good practice.  How could you ever guarantee that you have removed all traces of the previous remedy?

Hahnemann apparently recommended the use of hot coals for the process.

Today, the practice is to wash the bottles, and ensuring they have been rinsed very well, then placing them in an oven at 180c for 20 minutes. Then allowing the bottles to cool down, and repeating this process [hervorhebungen von MIR].

Naturally, you would not expect the caps to survive this process and hence they would have to be replaced.

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Anmerkung: FSMoPathische Heilmittel werden üblicherweise in einem Plastik- oder Glasgebinde aufbewahrt, welches durch ein Informationssiegel abgedichtet ist. Nachdem das letzte Heilige Globuli aufgebraucht ist, ist das Gebinde sofort wieder dafür bereit, neue, auch andersartig besprochene FSMoPathische Globuli aufzunehmen. Lediglich das Informationssiegel ist durch ein neues Siegel zu ersetzen. Es sind keine weiteren Reinigungsrituale durchzuführen. Ramen.

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Hail Eris und Ramen,

Mr_MIR @ live.de

(alternativer Komiker & Pirat)