by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj
You might do well with a nice expose of Pharmaceutical quackery that passes for evidence-based.
And the recent GSK settlement for $3 Billion because of fraud, deceptive illegal advertising and death of too many people.
The evidence base is death and iatrogenesis and that is all they have. So let us piss off Big Pharma a little more and show how few clothes the emperor really has!
Such as the amounts of dead people from pharmaceutical quackery in the US is greater than cancer and heart disease combined – it stands at one million each and every year.
Statistically, 16% of the population is sick at any one time. Of these, only the clients of alternative medicine have shorter periods of disease and are healthier and live longer on an all-over basis.
Of those that use conventional medicine from Big Pharma, many end up taking increasing amounts of medicine to combat the effects of the previous medicine, which was prescribed for the effects of the previous, ad-infinitum, all the way to the one for the original complaint and do not feel any better.
Let us talk about the 8% believable reports they can produce, because in 92% of all reports, the placebo is not even mentioned, which makes the report useless, or if so, it is not a placebo and two medicines are compared against each other. That is a biased test.
Let us talk about the only 11% of proof of effectiveness on the disease, apart from producing side effects. Then we see that the evidence is death, and anecdotal for all other parameters, in collusion with the regulators, who approve such crap on such paucity of real evidence.
Pharmaceutical quackery is precisely engaged in doing what they accuse the homoeopaths of.
Those poor skeptics will never be able to wrap their heads or lies around this. Meanwhile, we have 200 years of unrivaled success with the same thoroughly tested medicines and are in little need to change it very much.
Vaikuthanath das Kaviraj is the co-founder of the legendary Magic Bus Company. He has known, such luminaries as Allen Ginsberg, Ken Kesey, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead.
In 1979 he became sick while travelling in India and could not find relief until he was treated by Dr. Chatterjee a homeopath with 70 years experience, and subsequently Kaviraj became Chatterjee’s student. When Chatterjee passed away a year an a half later, Kaviraj took over his clinic in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, and spent the next ten years treating the locals there.
in 1986 he began experimenting with the effects of homeopathy on plants. In 1990 he moved to Australia and began experimenting on plants on a mass scale. In 1997 he received a Shamanic Initiation into the fraternity ofnative medicine men in Australia, the Aboriginal Men of High Degree.
In 2006 he published “Homeopathy for Farm and Garden.”
He now lives in London and is working on the Encyclopedia of Agrohomeopathy in twenty volumes. He travels around the world lecturing an teaching homeopathy.
John Benneth, Homeopath
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