Those crazy Canadians have developed a Digital Homeopathy Kit. Yes folks, no more tiresome succussing; just install SynergyDK on your computer and pick from the list of remedies. But wait! There’s more! If you want to imprint the digital remedies onto water you can buy their “inexpensive, yet effective Homeographer.”
The Digital Sound Remedies website even has a handy warning to help you avoid scam artists:
The remedies should be digitized using the actual homeopathic remedy as the source and a strict process that captures a minimum of a 50KH (sic) frequency range with immunity to emf and magnetic noise. For example, using the “words” of remedies will NOT be as accurate as capturing the actual remedy.
Ooooh, “immunity to emf and magnetic noise.” Glad to see they have both electromagnetic and magnetic noise covered. Seeing as how they are the same thing that was probably fairly simple to accomplish.
We really need to improve our educational system worldwide. When people this ignorant can sell worthless products such as these you know there are way too many gullible people with a few spare dollars. Seems H.L. Mencken’s viewpoint on P.T. Barnum applies to Canadians as well. “No one ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public.” We should update that for the 21st Century: “No one ever went broke underestimating the gullibility of Internet users.”