Kabbalah Water Can Cure Allergies
Reading this month's edition of Vanity Fair and an article entitled The Garden of Kabbalah. First of all, I think it's really important to read the whole article, so one doesn't dismiss Kaballah as part of the Jewish religion and get only the Hollywood/celebrity "take" on it.
But imagine my shock in reading this:-
"Over Shabbat dinner at the Centre, Sandy Shadgoo, an attractive Angeleno of Persian descent recalls how her two year old son, who had been afflicted with so many allergies he couldn't leave the house, was healed when she followed the advice of her teacher to mix Kaballah water into his bottle and to have him sleep with a miniature Zohar under his pillow. "In three days, he was running around outside," says Shadgoo. "He had a macadamia nut muffin and nothing happened".
Kabbalah Mountain Spring Water, for which they charge $3.80 a bottle, claiming it cleanses the soul and can cure ills. No matter that there is little precedent in either traditional Judaism or Kabbalah for this water, and that it comes from a plant in Canada; followers swilled it.
Now, just to find that plant in Canada. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img]
Tell me that if one of Madonna's children was suffering a LTFA she would "cure" the child with Kabbalah water.
(Can I just say this is kinda like a vent because I don't need to read about such quackery when trying to enjoy my Vanity Fair fix - and also wondering how many people would read this and want to give it a try).
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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