Re: Re: Magna Mallarca
Interesting response it is.
Did the GP get paid for his co-operation?
Even if he did not, the placebo devil is everywhere.
As to the observed increase in blood flow, I do hope you will refrain
from elaborating on this, describing in great detail how each individual
erythrocyte will raise its happy face toward the magnets and offer its
iron content .....
I can increase bloodflow by a multitude of things, not all of them
Bio-feedback, Hypnosis and other methods accomplish this too.
And at a lot less cost than the modern fad of magnetic healing.
Don't forget that D.D.Palmer, founder of Chiropractic, decided as early as
in the year 1895, that magnetic healing wasn't what he had thought it
would be. He called himself a magnetic healer.
So he "discovered" chiropractic and it has now become widely accepted that
that form of healing seems to be what it is cracked up to be.
Competing interests: No competing interests