I feel like an alien, I'm learning stuff about homeopathy today that I never thought I would.
They do that. The ingredient they prescribe is something that will cause the symptom they are trying to cure. They prescribe arsenic homeopathic remedies for people who vomit a lot. They prescribe caffeine for people with insomnia. It's such obvious bullshit, but people who may or may not be my mother have spent an awful lot of money on it.
It's depressing when you put it that way. I mean, I mentioned arsenic and lead because those are elements that are present in water in trace (and safe amounts, as it's under legal limits most of the time.) By that logic, they may as well just recommend water. These homeopathy expert people are taking advantage of people who 1. are vunerable due to medical conditons and whatnot and 2. know nothing about the basics of science.
For the same reason you repeat a magic incantation an exact number of times rather than just once - because when you quantify something it makes it seem as if it's actually relevant.
Then obviously what is needed is some scented candles and a wand to make all of this work. And possibly an incantation that summons dragons.
Because water maintains a memory of what's been put inside of it, so it remembers the sulfur/arsenic/lead and then woobly joobly your pannis work sex time all time
Well shit, wish I knew that beforehand, maybe it can increase my pennis size if I use it right!