Researchers research, practitioners practice. Simple enough. I assume you want the doctor to whom you go to do what they find works, no? Then if you don’t like it, go somewhere else. That’s the choice all my patients exercise. What’s the big reaction. I posted some things that I have seen. Don’t like it, don’t go. Who cares? Its your body, do what you want. Some people prefer drugs as the answer to everything..good for them. Why do the drug proponents care so much about what others do. Don’t they have enough money already?
“Then if you don’t like it, go somewhere else.”
“What’s the big reaction.”
“Don’t like it, don’t go.”
“Why do the drug proponents care so much about what others do. Don’t they have enough money already?”
The same predictable response with total lack of meaningful content can be readily found on the Hoax Forum threads for “LifeWave Patches Scam”, “Harmony Chips Scam”, etc. etc.
Once more you bring in the pharmaceutical big business argument that so many do when they have NO answers of any value.
You started the ball rolling when you mentioned NAET on another thread, not me, not any of the posters trying to find out why you blindly believe that this technique is valid.
“I do alot of work as I have said in these related fields..for simplicity sake, I’ll just pick one..that has to do with the application in allergies..so a person comes to me..and they are often skeptical to begin with, perhaps dragged in by a spouse or whatever and they have an allergy where they can’t drink milk without getting some kind of gastric upset…I treat them using a combination of acupressure and muscle testing a technique called NAET..after a visit or two they can drink milk, perhaps for the first time in their life..”
Posted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 | 07:46 PM Hoax Forum LifeWave Patches Scam page 221
“...after a visit or two they can drink milk, perhaps for the first time in their life..”
Didn’t understand that the first time round either. If it’s the first time they ever drank milk, how did they know they had an allergy to it?
But I digress.
Perhaps you could finally respond to a previous question.
What kind of a “practitioner” are you and what are your credentials?
Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving!