Vegeopathy: An alternative to homeopathy?

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Vegeopathy: An alternative to homeopathy?
« on: 04/07/2010 19:53:32 »
After countless hours of research, we now ready to reveal our alternative to homeopathic medicine. We call it Vegeopathy.

Instead of treating an ailment with a substance that induces similar symptoms as is done in homeopathy, in vegeopathy we treat ailments with vegetables (including fruits of course) that have some association with the ailment.

So far, our research indicates that vegeopathy is quite as effective as homeopathy. We have had considerable success in treating bunions with onions, and flatulence with raspberries.

More recent discoveries:
Thick ears - cauliflower
Nose bleeds - strawberry jam
Sunburn - beetroot


We will reveal more exciting discoveries as they become available. Please advise if you are aware of other treatments in this remarkable field of medical discovery.
« Last Edit: 04/07/2010 20:50:09 by Geezer »
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Re: Vegeopathy: An alternative to homeopathy?
« Reply #1 on: 04/07/2010 20:12:43 »
I would like to some research into POIS but having reached the age of 81 find this increasingly difficult, can you suggest any of your veggie preparations that might help ?.
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Re: Vegeopathy: An alternative to homeopathy?
« Reply #2 on: 04/07/2010 20:41:56 »
I would like to some research into POIS but having reached the age of 81 find this increasingly difficult, can you suggest any of your veggie preparations that might help ?.

We are currently investigating the effects of a tincture of cucumber taken internally for that condition. Unfortunately, while the test subjects keep requesting additional doses of the medication, the indications are that it may actually be exacerbating, rather than alleviating, the condition.
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Vegeopathy: An alternative to homeopathy?
« Reply #3 on: 06/07/2010 01:37:07 »
I would try horse radish for this problem.
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Vegeopathy: An alternative to homeopathy?
« Reply #4 on: 06/07/2010 21:18:11 »
Chestnuts for dyschezia.
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