Supermodels reveal fashion secret: “HOMEOPATHY MADE ME BEAUTIFUL!”

Supermodels vs. superskeptics: “Homeopathy made me beautiful” and “It’s all in your mind!”

Supermodels Gisele Bundchen, Heidi Klum, Kate Moss, Adriana Lima, Doutzen Kroes, Alessandra Ambrosio, Natalia Vodianova, Daria Werbowy, Miranda Kerr, Carolyn are all now suspects in what super skeptics such as James “the Amazing” Randi, Edzard Ernst, Ben Goldacre, Steven Novella, David Colquhoun say is one of the biggest scams of time! HOMEOPATHY!

DATELINE NEW YORK: The fashion world is all abuzz with this correspondent in reports from the runway that homeopathy makes you beautiful. According to the New York Times, after traveling and working hard, New York fashion designer Phillip Lim was getting a bit puffy, so he tried out a secret remedy that had escaped the runway: Homeopathic Arnica Montana.

“I FELT MY SKIN GLOW”

“I heard of models and other designers taking Arnica before big events or photo shoots, so I thought I’d try it out,” he said. The newspaper reported Mr. Lim tried a three-day oral regimen of arnica. He was pleased with the results. “I did feel like my skin glowed afterwards,” he reportedly said.

International models say, HOMEOPATHY MADE THEM BEAUTIFUL

But does it really work? Or is it all in our minds? According to TOP NEWS, Arnica Montana adds “a special element of attraction to personalities, flushing out impurities and embedding freshness in the skin.” They say the use of homeopathy in the fashion world appears to be so successful that it is said “the fashion industry has had no option but to accept it with open arms.”

But according to skeptics, it just can’t work because they know of no chemistry by which it can work. They say what homeopaths purvey as “Arnica” doesn’t have any detectable Arnica in it at all!

James Randi, a 5’4” 85 year old bald stage magician is very angry.

“These are swindlers liars, cheats, frauds, fakes, criminals,” he says in a Youtube video rant.

“Come on, sue me!” he yells.

He looks at his shoes. “No they won’t sue me, they know damn well their case won’t stand up in a court of law! It doesn’t stand up in science at all, it falls apart, and they say ‘but we’ve got these affidavits,’” he pauses, chuckles and goes off the rails with a strange non sequitor.

Affidavits? What’s he talking about?

“Yeah,” he says, “and Nixon said he didn’t now about Watergate . . and he was the President of the United States! Now am I understandably angry about this thing? Have I got a good cause to be angry?”

“Not really,” says John Benneth, homeopath. “Actually the opposite is the truth. If what he said was true, then he’d be suing us, and winning.”

At the end of the video the enterainer makes a rambling pitch for his “educational” foundation in Ft, Lauderdale: “To run this foundation in Florida and try to attract people to it so they subscribe to the foundation and help to support us.” He starts to mumble, “ .  . what I’m shamelessly doing for you right now . . if you want to do it on a more local level . .”

Contrary to what Randi says, people who have made an in depth study of homeopathy say you don’t have to know how it works to know that it does. In fact, too much use can be dangerous!

DANGER: Overuse may have adverse side effects!

At the New York Fashion Week, the homeopathic remedy was reportedly used topically by models as a gel to cure puffiness and get an instant glow. Some report they have also used it orally.

Lim says, ““It’s supposed to slim you down because it flushes you out. And it clears up your skin.”

But one manufacturer of an Arnica based skin cream says too much too often may be harmful. Despite her use of Arnica in a topical product, Dr. Alexiades-Armenakas remains concerned about long-term oral use.

“I would be O.K. if they did it for a few days for a photo shoot once a month,” she said of those who take it orally. “But if they’re having a photo shoot every week, and they’re regularly on it, I would be very worried. Especially for models, they’re very thin, and it’s easier to get toxicity.”

The NY Times reports that in online homeopathy forums Arnica oil has also been touted as a remedy for alopecia, or hair loss. Others reported that it clears up skin inflammations. Nelsons Pure and Clear Acne Gel lists Arnica as one of four active ingredients. In an Elle magazine interview, the model Gisele Bundchen touted Nelson’s gel as a gentle way to clear up blemishes.

As a homeopath I (John Benneth) am interested in Arnica for deeper things than as just a superficial beauty aid, but as an internal beauty aid as well . . for what it does to the human Spirit. I have seen it happen with my clients. A kind of beauty comes over them. They seem happier.

Arnica serves as a wonderful introduction to homeopathy. It is the most popular homeopathic remedy sold.

Since ancient times Arnica, which is made from a yellow mountain daisy, has been a chief vulnerary, i.e. healer of wounds. Homeopaths have long recognized it as a “traumatic” par excellence.

According to the N.Y. Times, orthopedic surgeons prescribe arnica; dermatologists recommend it after plastic surgery and after injections of Botox and Restylane.

When the fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg was injured in a ski accident in January, during her recovery she tweeted, “Arnica gel is the best thing you can do for bruises. … I cannot say it enough …,”

One of the odd indicators that Arnica is needed as a remedy for an illness is “coldness of the nose.” For example, John Clarke, MD, notes a case of facial neuralgia on the left side, the face swollen, dark red, very painful to touch. He writes it was cured with Arnica, the guiding symptom being “cold nose.”

A warning here: Arnica is often used topically for wounds, but it should not be used directly on broken skin. If it must be used as an ointment, it should be applied to the part that is not injured. This may seem counterintuitive, but there are many things about homeopathy that do not make sense to those who have not studied it.

Here are clinical conditions listed by Clarke which indicates treatment with an oral dose of homeopathic Arnica is neeeded:

“Abscess. Apoplexy. Back, pains in. Baldness. Bed-sores. Black-eye. Boils. Brain, affections of. Breath, fetid. Bronchitis. Bruises. Carbuncle. Chest, affections of. Chorea. Corns. Cramp. Diabetes. Diarrhœa. Dysentery. Ecchymosis. Excoriations. Exhaustion. Eyes, affections of. Feet, sore. Hæmatemesis. Hæmaturia. Headache. Heart, affections of. Impotence. Labour. Lumbago. Meningitis. Mental alienation. Miscarriage. Nipples, sore. Nose, affections of. Paralysis. Pelvic hæmatocele. Pleurodynia. Purpura. Pyæmia. Rheumatism. Splenalgia. Sprain. Stings. Suppuration. Taste, disorders of. Thirst. Traumatic fever. Tumours. Voice, affections of. Whooping-cough. Wounds. Yawning.”

Before taking Arnica for any condition, consult your homeopath!

There are also mental indications which suggest Arnica’s use broadly in quantum psychiatry as a pre-emptive strike on pandemic mental conditions.

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11 comments on “Supermodels reveal fashion secret: “HOMEOPATHY MADE ME BEAUTIFUL!”

  1. […] Don’t thank me, thank the magic of homeopathy, one of the John Benneth Journal’s most popular entries, How Homeopathy Made Me Beautiful. […]

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  3. Lindeni says:

    Africans have used homeopathy since creation

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  4. Thank you for everything you’ve done for humanity

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  5. Kaviraj says:

    Rivergum, be my guest, do the test.
    I’ll break your skin with all pleasure.
    I’ll apply Arnice 200C directly on the broken skin.

    You, however, will have to be treated for erisypelas by some stupid cortisone cream and since you do the test, at your own cost.

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  6. Rivergum says:

    OK, that’s it – I’m starting the John Benneth fan club.

    Apart from that, my understanding and experience is that arnica cream only irritates broken skin when it contains herbal doses of arnica. Creams with homeopathically prepared arnica don’t irritate.

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    • johnbenneth says:

      This is testimony to the stupidity of those people who cast themselves as “skeptics” and strive so hard in vain to get me to shut up, when it can be so easily done by the mere suggestion that someone is about to start my fan club, for I can rest in silent, lazy repose on a compliment like that for a year . . thank you very much. It has so inspired me that I am about to start one of my own for a an Australian organization called HomeopathyPlus, the website at htp://homeopathyplus.com.au . These people, whoever they are, have got guts. They show on their website how homeoapthy has been used in epidemics for 215 years.
      I think their work on prophylaxis is amazing! If you’re going to join one fan club, this is the one to attach yourself to. They even have a section on agrohomeopathy and have an Ask Kavaraj section. Who better than that?
      And they also have a section on how to find a homeopath who is willing to deal with kids and adults who are autistic.
      Check it out!
      John Benneth, Homeopath

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    • Ken Travis says:

      Count me in!

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  7. Kaviraj says:

    Whaddaya know! The speudoskeptics will be eating their hats, as a snack with their lousy beer. Drunks in the pub looking terrible, or a glowing model made beautiful by homoeopathy – my choice is clear.

    James (the Amazing) Randy dandy meanwhile prefers a brown eye. I’d say, a visit to the pub may be useful.

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    • Ken Travis says:

      Kaviraj, Irrispective of one’s views on homeopathy your homophobic comment is both offensive and unnecessary and can only serve to undermine the ethical stance of your input.

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      • Kaviraj says:

        What a load of bull. I state facts. I do not condemn. As far as i am concerned, each to his own. You call me homophobe on assumption, while Randy is a homoeophobe and advocating it. What are you saying to him about that?

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