I went today to a doctors appointment, he placed a
Patient :I went today to a doctors appointment, he placed a headband on me hooked to a device. The device was then hooked to a computer, he said the device reads my energy and my vibrations. He said he detected many things. Like an allergy I did not know I had to bread. He also said I had blood in my urine. Also, he said that I consumed too much sugar, which I found strange since I drink mostly water and eat very healthy to my knowledge. After he was done with the test, he placed some pills, with no information on the bottle, on top of the device. He claimed that the device gave frequency from the reading in his computer into the pills, and that the pills will now help me with the problems I had. I know about the placebo effect. I also have read studies that even if you know that the pills you are taking are placebo, they will still help. My question is: "Is the machine he used real science, and we're the pills nothing but placebo sugar pills?"
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