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Wednesday, 30 March 2011

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Lilyflower's Stash of Homoeopathic Pills

For centuries the practice of homoeopathy has been ridiculed by real scientists, genuine doctors and other qualified medical practitioners on the grounds that there has never been one jot of evidence to support its efficacy. Not even a teeny weeny speck! Every double blind clinical trial to date has shown homoeopathy to fare no better than what would be expected of a placebo.

However, we weren't so sure.

We set about looking into it, and soon our investigations led us to astrologer, spirit intermediary and cannabis appreciator Ms Lilyflower Mooncloud, (38). In an exclusive chat yesterday we unearthed a compelling jot of evidence in support of homoeopathy's claims.

Ms Mooncloud, who lives with her seven children and her spirit partner - oak enchanter and cannabis conjuror Stag Greenforest (45) - at Dartington Common car park, swore on her statuette of Ishra that some time ago a slight headache had got a bit better after she had popped a few homoeopathic pills!

This sounded like pretty unshakeable solid evidence to us. We were eager to publish it but before going to print we felt we had to get some corroborative evidence to back it up.

So we turned to Mr Greenforest. He said he sort of remembered Ms Mooncloud saying something like that once. He added, before suddenly grimacing and rubbing his shin as if in pain, that he recalled having given her a couple of paracets not long before.

With this damning new evidence staring them in the face, the scientists and professional medical experts can surely no longer make their outrageous assertions.

Homoeopathy works! It's Official!

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