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CC asks: "Can you tell me if 'dry needling' is a New Age practice? I have heard a couple of people mention having had it done by their physicians in recent months and had never heard of it."
BL writes: “What can you tell me about these Blu Rooms where people go to improve their health? Are these rooms legit?”
RG writes: "I met a woman on a plane ride back from CA who told me about some 'exercises' her husband did 10 yrs ago which seemed to have cured his MS type debilitation [Guillian Barre]. It goes by two names- one is 'falun gong' another is 'falun dafa' and The Strbegan in China. He had been unable to walk, could not work and was very depressed. After doing the exercises he regained movement and was healed. The doctors were stunned and said it was a complete recovery. There are meditation type practices as well. . . ."
LW asks: "Do you have any info on Scalar energy products like pendants, flasks, bracelets. I tried one not knowing what it really was and had a horrible experience. I believe they are the part of New age healing energy products. . . .When I put it on, I had no idea what it was all about, but I started to feel strange, restless, very anxious, weepy, no peace…
Over the past two weeks, we have had numerous questions from people who are concerned about friends and relatives who are spending enormous amounts of money on Tesla Bio-Healing products which claim the ability to heal by generating a concentrated field of “pure Life Force Energy.” What does the science have to say about these products?
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