Kelly, you’re still wearing the same disguise from last month!
I’ve decided I look better this way.
Without a face? Listen Kelly, I hate to break it to you but, I read your case of “Excruciating Foot Pain”? And well, it was lame.
Excuse me? My Excruciating Foot Pain was Lame????
Kelly, it’s not that I don’t appreciate the lengths you go to get sick or have an accident every month, but, look at your case: “In the afternoon, my left foot started to feel funny, I have no idea why. It went from there to feeling uncomfortable. Finally it felt like someone stomped on it but only in a small spot. I am completely clueless. The top of my foot became gradually more painful as it went into evening. By 11 PM, I couldn’t put any pressure on it and definitely couldn’t walk. It felt like the ligaments or even the long, thin bones on the top were broken, beat up or sprained.”
Where is the suspense our readers have come to expect? The action? The melodrama!
Have you got something better?
Yes, as a matter of fact I do.
You’ve got a case of gout?
Have you noticed that suddenly everyone is saying “Gout”?
Just give us the case!
OK, this is Caralyn’s father. I’ll let her tell it in her own words:
If this story makes it in the Ezine, I am going to send my mother right to the Hpathy website so she can see it with her own eyes! Lately she seems more open. My father had gout a couple of weeks ago. He refused allopathic treatment saying that it makes him feel bad.
So, let me begin by telling you a little bit about him. He is a very loving husband and father but he does not have a lot of regard for other people and he’s very peevish as well. He’s got a voracious appetite, loves sweets and his favorite thing to talk about is money! There’s a lot of skin things going on–ringworm, eczema, fungus, dryness, scaliness, freckles/age spots, itching….So anyway, like I said, a couple of weeks ago he came down with an attack of gout. I asked him what his symptoms were, he said, “Pain and itching in the big toe.” I gave him _____________30C in water four times the first day and he forgot to take it after that, but he got better anyway! In fact, for the first fifteen minutes after the remedy he was making one sarcastic remark about homeopathy after another and then suddenly the remarks stopped!
If you know the remedy….
That’s it? That’s all there is?
What do you want, Kelly, it’s gout!
Gout, you say!
Would you stop saying Gout?
If you know the remedy for GOUT, write to Elaine at [email protected] , and while you’re at it, tell her you would much rather have heard MY exciting case! and the answer will be in next month’s ezine.