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Potentially lethal misinformation, rampant ignorance about health and the causes of diseases and shameless promotion of dangerous quackery.Should only be referred to as an example of what greedy and unscrupulous con men can do.
Presents opinions as fact, promotes pseudoscience and misinformation, conspiracy theories and other biased and unsubstantiated claims about health, medicine and the likes.
Can cause physical and medical harm to individuals who take this for serious.
This is a very good site for natural healing remedies that work. It is a shame that WOT allows it to be bombarded with negative ratings from those who obviously are trolls for the pharmaceutical industry. WOT has allowed this to happen to many other websites, some that don't allow additional comments or ratings due to the sites being bombarded with negative comments. These websites are from people that are trying to help people with the ingredients that GOD gave us, as opposed to the chemicals and poisons that are harming and killing so many, yet making the pharaceutical industry very very rich......
it is strange that WOT associates alternative medicine with controversial; many WOT ratings are unreliable particularly in regards to alternative medicine; it is possible that many negative votes are from people who have no deep understanding of the issues, but there is evidence that paid trolls are also active on rating sites like WOT
This site makes many claims for which it suplies insufficient evidence. The idea that something that is natural is automaticaly better than an equivelent arteficial thing has been thoroughly debunked, and it's high time everyone realized that.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. Their extraordinary claims do not even have mediocre evidnce.
My wife became upset after learning that Monsanto was Genetically modifying Marijuana. I had never heard of such a thing. So I googled and found this site. With great claims of Monsanto looking to control the new legal market with GMO pot, but absolutely no evidence. I followed the one link in which this claim supposedly came from. It said NOTHING of the sort. While I believe that there should be discourse on alternate medicines and methodologies, just pulling sensationalist crap out of the butt helps no one. VERY POOR journalistic standards.
Once again the criminal Big Pharma and the totally corrupt AMA have set their Internet shills on a alternative medicine site. What are these organizations afraid of? Being found out for being the frauds and heartlessly greedy muppets that they truely are? I'd reckon that's it.
This site is safe, with zero malware dangers, and also safe in that it gives people a CHOICE from the phony treatments and the so-called doctors who sold their souls for money and who profit over ruined lives and corpses.
Dangerous pseudo-science site that pushes quack "cures" for cancer, dangerous detoxes, useless or dangerous supplements, and every other kind of woo.
It's also virulently anti-vaccination, peddling all the usual lies and propaganda of the anti-vax crazies.
Nothing but science denial, conspiracy theories and medical quackery on this site. Especially dangerous to children if parents follow the sites advice.
Idioties new age non sourcées, complotisme et afffirmations dangereuses