Saturday, September 16, 2006

Never Need A Vet Again

Just out, and an essential addition to any horseowner's first aid kit, is the new edition of The Treatment of Horses by Homoeopathy by George Macleod MRCVS, DVSM, Vet FF Hom (though EoR is rather confused by why a new edition is required when the tenets of homoeopathy haven't changed since the days two hundred years ago of vital forces and magic essences).

With the aid of this book you will be able to save immense amounts of money, since you'll never need a veterinarian again. In fact:

It offers a speedy and effective method of treatment which can often deal with so-called 'incurable' ailments by the use of medicines that are absolutely safe, easy to administer and have no side effects. This book is the culmination of many years' experience of a very well respected veterinary surgeon who proved that the methods used are superior to all others.

Did you spot that? Not only can homoeopathy cure "incurable" ailments, but it has been "proved that the methods used are superior to all others". All others. No quibbling. Forget medicine. Forgot the scamsters claiming reiki, acupuncture, herbs, aurasweeping etc etc work. They're all lying! EoR wonders where this "proof" is, why it's never been published (other than, presumably, in this book), and why Dr Macleod never got the Nobel prize.

If you thought drops of water, or sugar pills, were only for mild ailments that would resolve anyway, and the main purpose of which is not to make the horse feel better but rather the owner, think again. The table of contents lists a plethora of applications, including open wounds of the eye, meningitis, myocarditis, hepatitis, bacterial diseases, viral diseases and just about anything you can think of.

But how could you not buy this book when there's an urgent exhortation from an animal communicator (who, herself, performs spiritual healing while chatting to angels): "Every horse owner should have this essential book to hand."

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