Jul 25, 2007
I was wondering if any of you have heard about managing HIV with essential oils in particuler the Raindrop Technique?
Response from Dr. Frascino
Raindrop Technique for treating HIV??? Hmmm . . . at first I wondered if you were going to suggest HIVers walk around outside during rainstorms in the hopes they will get zapped with a non-lethal lightning bolt and thus cure their condition. What a relief to find out you were only referring to a much less potentially harmful, but equally idiotic, approach to HIV treatment. Raindrop Technique involves a "practitioner" dropping "essential oils" along the spine from six inches (not seven, not five) above the back. Not only is this supposed to treat HIV/AIDS, but in addition it treats scoliosis, "spinal misalignments caused by viruses or bacteria" (WHAT?), autoimmune disorders, respiratory conditions, fibromyalgia, skin conditions, fatigue, pain and depression. (One can only wonder if the depression comes on before or after one realizes they just wasted money on a total sham!?!) The creator of this nonsense, a dude in Idaho, credits his knowledge to the residents of Inner Mongolia! Well, that explains everything, doncha think?
Personally I think Raindrop Technique for HIV should be placed right up there with "Aquarius Maggots, Bibbering Humdingers, Crumple-Horned Snorkacks, Nargles, Umgubular Slashkilters and Wrackspurts."
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