Homeopathic remedies (remember this is water) is a potent cure to baby ills.
Homeopathics are widely used to treat many conditions affecting babies and small children. This is often because homeopathic remedies are easy to administer, gentle on a baby's immature gut and natural therapists report quick results.
EoR agrees that water droplets are indeed easy to administer, gentle on a baby's gut, and quick resolution of a baby's gripes is probably also forthcoming. But a quick resolution is also possible without ingesting small amounts of water. Which also seems to be the opinion of the consulting homeopath, who obviously doesn't trust the power of magic alone:
Homeopath Jan Owen, of Owen Homeopathics, does not recommend that homeopathy take the place of medical care.
Meanwhile, the thoughtful readership are urged to "Declutter Yourself".
Clutter is the cause of negative energy, according to the Chinese philosophy of feng shui.
Negative energy in which way? At what spectrum? How do you measure this energy? And when has a belief that where you put the sofa will affect your soul become a full blown "philosophy"? Surely it's still just an unfounded folk belief?
Closets represent things that are hidden, unknown or unrecognised. When we fill our closets with clutter, we stifle our ability to be intuitive and insightful. Cluttered closets can indicate problems that you may not be consciously aware of but which impede your progress through life, work and relationships nonetheless. Keeping the closet door shut is not an effective solution.
EoR urges the huddled masses to come out of the closet and free yourselves and your lives. Who knows, you may never need to take another homeopathic remedy again.