Get Your Homeopathic First Aid Kit

Paul Fidalgo’s Morning Heresy is a must-read for me and Tuesday he introduced me to something I did not know existed, a homeopathic first aid kit. It’s being sold on Amazon and it’s so absurd that I have to wonder if it’s a joke. Or it could just be that the company sees a niche to exploit.

An essential homeopathic first-aid remedy kit for home use specifically formulated to be used in even the most severe emergency and accident situations. * Please note that this kit does not fulfill OSHA requirement (Standard 1910.266 App A) for a Workplace First Aid Kit. The kit contains 18 remedies in 200c to provide comfort, relief and promote recovery while waiting, if necessary, for the Emergency Services to arrive. The kit comes complete with a comprehensive self prescribing leaflet to help you understand the nature of the remedies and self prescribe for First Aid and Emergency situations. All the remedies are in sucrose pillule form and are contained in a compact case lined with protective foam.+ FREE Online Homeopathy Course. All major first aid remedies and much more. Remedies Aconite, Arnica, Apis, Arsenicum, Belladonna, Bellis perennis, Bryonia, Calendula, Cantharis, Carbo veg, China, Gelsemium, Hypericum, Ignatia, Ipecac, Phosphorus,Pulsatilla, Silica. (Approx. 35 pillules in each glass vial.) *Currently a click-pack container of Arnica containing 80 pellets sells for $8.22 including shipping charges. A kit containing 18 of these containers including a case to put them in, if purchased separately, would cost over $150 and you would not be able to hold the kit in the palm of your hand! “Having a compact homeopathy kit with you means that you are always prepared for first aid situations and minor illnesses, even if the stores are closed. Homeopathy works best when the remedy is carefully matched to the symptoms, so it follows that having more remedies on hand means you can make really great matches and get great results. Best of all this is a really cost-effective way to buy remedies at a fraction of the cost of store-bought remedies. Soon you’ll be wondering how you ever managed without one.” – Mary Aspinwall, Kit Designer & Homeopath

Sounds credible.

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  • D. C. Sessions

    Or you can just use tap water. It’s the universal homeopathic solution: every other homeopathic remedy is in it, and even stronger for the added dilution.

  • http://www.holytape.etsy.com holytape

    200c is a dilution of 1:10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. (10^400) (The universe only has about 10^80 particles in it.)

    Also are the bandaids in this kit, just pictures of pictures of a picture that at one point might have been sitting next to a bandaid?

  • lordshipmayhem

    Miles Power mocked it in January 2012. You can see it here.

  • http://www.gregory-gadow.net Gregory in Seattle

    A lot of the five star reviews are pretty funny. For example:

    Being an owner of this kit has saved my life several times over. Last week I was doing some repairs in the garage, and I accidentally smashed my thumb to a paper thin wafer with a lump hammer. If I hadn’t taken the weakest dose possible of these incredible pills, I’m pretty sure my thumb would have had to be amputated; at least that’s what the so-called “nurse” who “healed” me with “medicine” said after I came around from “surgery”.

    Then there was the time I sliced myself in two with an industrial bandsaw at work. Luckily my left half was able to slither over to the Homeopathic Accident Kit we keep in the office, which was imbued with the memory of what I looked like before I scattered myself across a wide area, and I was back at work again after just 5 years of intensive physiotherapy. During my ordeal, if it hadn’t been for these clinically proven Tic Tacs, I don’t think I would have pulled through.

    But what really worried me during my time in hospital, was the attitude of the so-called medical professionals, who said that I was wasting my money on the very homeopathic remedies which ultimately saved my life. On one occasion, a “doctor” who claimed to have studied what he called “the evidence” of the placebo effect, laughed in my face when I told him I didn’t want any of his Big Pharma poison. I’ve never heard of this so-called placebo stuff, but it saddens me that even our doctors, nurses, and entire medical profession have so clearly been bought up by the company who produce it. But you don’t see anything in the lame stream media about that, do you?

    All in all, I’d say this has to be one of the greatest advancements in confirmation bias-based medicine in the last 200 years. Don’t think about it, just buy it. Heck, buy two! Or why not increase the efficacy 100 times over, by not buying any at all. One day, your life may depend upon it.

  • Jeremy Shaffer

    Soon you’ll be wondering how you ever managed without one.

    Probably about as well as I would with one.

    Honestly, I thought it was just going to be a canteen or something.

  • John Pieret

    When will there be a homeopathic remedy for people suffering the delusion that homeopathy works?

  • noastronomer

    “Or why not increase the efficacy 100 times over, by not buying any at all.”

    Hilarious.

  • cswella

    @John Pieret 6:

    When will there be a homeopathic remedy for people suffering the delusion that homeopathy works?

    A 200 page book with the single phrase “Homeopathic Science is bullshit” on the 100th page. Sold for $50 hardcover.

  • zero6ix

    Please note that this kit does not fulfill OSHA requirement (Standard 1910.266 App A) for a Workplace First Aid Kit.

    Of course The Man doesn’t say it works. Are you going to trust The Man, or a delightful hippie?

  • mjmiller

    Sweet Jebus, this is brilliant! I’m just disappointed that I didn’t think of it first. Oh, wait…

  • Menyambal — making sambal a food group.

    Every “explanation” of how homeopathy supposedly works (at least the ones I have seen) with water memory and all, do not hold up when the water is put on a sugar pill. The sugar is going to dry and destroy all the mojo.

  • Phillip IV

    Homeopathy works best when the remedy is carefully matched to the symptoms, so it follows that having more remedies on hand means you can make really great matches and get great results.

    Brilliant. If you’re using the correct remedy for your symptoms, it’ll work even better than just using any remedy that happens to be handy. I think the remedy that’s best matched to their customers would be a highly diluted solution made from a single brain cell.

  • Quantum Mechanic

    Have you seen their homeopathic gunshot trauma treatment kit? It consists of a .22 pistol and several blanks.

  • D. C. Sessions

    Every “explanation” of how homeopathy supposedly works (at least the ones I have seen) with water memory and all, do not hold up when the water is put on a sugar pill. The sugar is going to dry and destroy all the mojo.

    But on a sugar pill, the water itself is diluted!

    Here’s an excellent explanation of how it works:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8u6BZv6_DLc&feature=youtu.be

  • Moggie

    Nothing works as well as a homeopathic remedy!

  • http://reasondecrystallized.blogspot.com andrew

    If people are not familiar with Mitchell and Webb’s sketch on the homeopathic emergency room, they need to be:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVV3QQ3wjC8

  • grumpyoldfart

    I wonder how many people have been killed using that kit?

  • coffeehound

    You’re clearly wrong here; all the ampules dumped together in a water bottle and taken simultaneously are the treatment of choice for dehydration…..

  • D. C. Sessions

    I wonder how many people have been killed using that kit?

    None. Homeopathy has no adverse effects. (Except in the sense that Zicam is “homeopathic” at 10% zinc.)

  • leonardschneider

    Up next: homeopathic contraceptives!*

    * NOTE: Users cannot be in the same room at the same time for successful usage.

  • Nemo

    This kit should be effective for treating low blood sugar and nausea, at least.

  • caseloweraz

    The earliest review of this kit dates from 5 November 2011, so I guess this kit doesn’t violate any rules — except those of common sense. It certainly doesn’t violate P. T. Barnum’s dictum.

    I like the comment of the guy who said he flushed his kit down the toilet and thereby cured the world of all its ills.

  • freehand

    The company is a scam, folks, I sent in my homeopathic check for $00.55 three months ago and I haven’t yet received my kit.