Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Changelog 2015-08-05 and ND Video

here, I summarize recent additions to my public naturopathy database.  I also link to an ND's video each changelog, quote from, and tag the video in some detail:

[Mission emphasis: I do this continuous exercise to expose the inherent fraud that naturopathy is logically, academically, commercially, legislatively / politically and clinically.  Hugely misleading category labels such as "science based" and "evidence based" "nonsectarian" are being placed upon what truly is science-exterior and even more so disproven sectarian / quack nonsense!  Then, the largest of betrayals toward the public occurs with highly orchestrated '.gov' endorsements of naturopaths as "licensed" and "professional."  Beware, the naturopathic licensed falsehood racket marches on!]

001. added:

the vitalism [science-ejected subset naturopathy] claims of:

the AANMC;

ND Bergkamp;

ND Lawrence;

ND Peddle;
ND Persaud;
ND Pharis;
ND Price;
ND Punke;

ND Sullivan;

 the 'science subset naturopathy' category claims of:
ND Bahr;
ND Brunel;

'naturopathy blends':

the AANMC;

ND Steyr;


comments:

@ajp.com.au,
"Is the AJP a scientific publication? Or just the mouthpiece for CAM proponents? Would an astronomy journal advocate for sanction of astrology on its pages? At the Naturocrit Blog and Podcast, I'm continually detailing the epistemic nonsense that is naturopathy, which, by the way, is NOT a profession because professions are NOT based on falsehood."

@kirklandreporter.com,
"What about the larger idea of naturopathy being inherently based upon falsehood? I write about that in Minnesota in the current Episode of The Naturocrit Podcast."

@newstalk1010.com,
also here also here:
"So what's different about licensed or registered naturopaths giving fake remedies like homeopathics, falsely posed as effective based on all that we know from science, in terms of the conditions for something to be considered false or fraudulent?  And that naturopaths DO and medical doctors DON'T treat the CAUSE of illness or disease?  Perhaps the fact is that with licensure and registration, the government has sanctioned such behavior? -r.c."

002. video link and commentary:

the AANP and ND Sharif (Bastyr 2003) tell us in "Dr. Sharif’s Interview with AANP Speaking on the Subject of Homeopathy" (vsc 2015-08-04):
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[tags: #homeopathy #homeopathic #ND #naturopathic #naturopathy #AANP]
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"[with the AANP's emblem behind him] I'm Dr. Sharum Sharif [...] I'm a naturopathic physician [...] my specialty is homeopathy [...] today I'm here to talk to you about homeopathy [...and then he argues about its popularity, stating] the list is long [...] from what I can see, the use of homeopathy is on the rise [...] at least in the U.S. [...] homeopathic remedies can be derived from just about anything that sits, walks, or flies on earth [...] minerals, herbs / plants, and even animal and human tissues [the tissues BTW are nosodes...and he speaks of homeopathy's] potencies [...like] 50M [...considered] prescription potencies [...and he usually prescribes] 200C or 1M, even higher [...] because they are powerful, the changes are much more impressive [...] much more profound [...] on average, I give a remedy to my patient's once a month [...] these homeopathic remedies are designed to stimulate your own innate self-healing.  So they're not really designed to palliate symptoms  [...] you give the remedy to finished the process [....if the body's healing is] stuck [...] pharmaceutical drugs, as a rule, they are palliative in nature [...as in] covering up the symptoms without really addressing the root cause [...] sadly most of what I consider natural therapies are palliative in nature [...] homeopathic remedies [...] they hold the promise of curing symptoms and diseases [...] they really are supposed to provide that cure [...] they truly do provide that deep core healing that we all want [...] the remedies can provide a fundamental shift in your health on all levels [...] and they often do provide cure [...fixing] that deep, underlying imbalance [...especially with children, but] with adults it's more complicated because they have various layers of imbalance in the body [...] it's pretty profound when you treat children [...provided by] a highly skilled professional [...] a professional who is skilled in homeopathy [...] what can you expect with a homeopathic remedy? [...] immediate results to long term results [...regarding the results] it's clearly not the practitioner that's doing the job [as in placebo!...] the remedies do definitely matter [...] homeopathy is the best kept secret when it comes to treating psychiatric / psychological problems [...] of all types [...] homeopathy's phenomenal for treating psychological problems [...and all other kids of] disorders [...and he mentions] drsharif.com [...] there are a lot of different factors that can cancel the effect of homeopathic remedies [...like] any form of coffee [...] it's the most impressive branch of medicine I have ever come across [...] homeopathy is phenomenal [...] we see profound changes every day [...] almost miraculous [...and after that] even drugs can become much more effective, in essence";

except for the fact that homeopathy, we know scientifically speaking, DOES NOT WORK.  Now, how can homeopathy have it both ways: doesn't react with the pharmaceuticals someone is taking so therefore is safe, then we're told that it augments the drugs someone might be taking?  Amazing off-the-rails delusion.
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