Dr Crippen is a blogging doctor from the United Kingdom, his posts are of interest even if you don't have to deal with the lousy health care system of the British Empire and full of humor. In a recent post about new treatments for menopause he exposed Jennifer Harper-Deacon who proudly proclaims that she is “Health Journalist of the Year” and who advocates "Hormonal Balance"
includes the plant essences Dioscorea villosa (wild yam), which possesses oestrogen- and progesterone-like properties and acts as a hormonal regulator; Agnus castus, a progesterone-like essence considered to be a master hormone regulator that helps with night sweats, hot flushes, reduced libido, oedema (swelling) and vaginal dryness; and salvia, an essence that helps the body to adjust to hormonal changes, inhibits perspiration and calms the mind, body and spirit. It also contains pulsatilla, known as the remedy of choice for sensitive women, as it impacts on both the psyche and ever-changing hormonal symptoms. Take three drops three times daily for the first month, gradually increasing the dosage up to seven drops, three times daily. Ideally, you should take this remedy for six months.
But what really made me laugh as well as him probably was the other cure for menopause:
I was however very taken by her second recommendation for menopausal symptoms. Ladycare from Magnopulse is only £19.95
It is a small, discreet static magnet that you attach inside your underwear, which can help alleviate a number of symptoms, including mood swings and hot flushes. Do not use it if you or your partner has a heart pacemaker, defibrillator or insulin syringe driver.
This made me very happy.
Feeling menopausal ladies? Stick a magnet in your knickers. May I just add to the caveats that users of Magnopulse may have some explaining to do at airport security.
I checked with Google if this was also available in The Netherlands but Dutch women can stay at ease, not in the news here.
Please keep on posting about these frauds , make my day