The American Society of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (A SCAM) came out with their list of the top 10 achievements in medical history. The list differs significantly from other lists with things like vaccines, anesthesia, hand hygiene, etc. conspicuously absent from the list.
Tumeric – The miracle spice that can cure everything from athletes foot to cancer.
Homeopathy – The discovery that water has memory and that you can charge people for sugar pills revolutionized alternative medicine.
Cupping – Around a lot longer than Michael Phelps, cupping took hickies to a whole new level.
Aromatherapy – Smelly things can help calm nerves and cure various diseases based on who you buy it from.
Detoxing – From getting rid of heavy metals from vaccines to cleansing the body of harmful chemtrails, detoxing was one of the most influential and revolutionary practices of the last 100 years.
Coffee Enemas – Autism “advocates” discovered that shoving coffee up your rectum can cure you of autism, vaccine-injuries and several other conditions.
Black Salve – Somewhat controversial to those who understand science, black salve has been shown to burn off cancerous tumors and various parts of the body.
The Paleo Diet – The greatest diet ever discovered. The Paleo Diet and by extension the Paleo Lifestyle has proven to improve health outcomes and the pocket books of diet gurus.
Chiropractic Manipulation – Not surprisingly, chiropractic manipulation is one of the best and most lucrative of all the SCAM practices. Recently, more and more chiropractors are discovering that parents are also willing to let you manipulate the spine of their newborn infants (make sure you get them to sign a waiver first).
Cannabis – Last but certainly not least in Cannabis. The miracle plant which is KNOWN to cure every disease known to man yet remains illegal in several countries due to the influence of Big Pharma. Remember: if someone you know uses cannabis to fight their cancer and they still die, it was because they didn’t use it early enough, possibly did some kind of conventional therapy first, or simply used the wrong kind of plant.
What do you think of the list?