|Sorry for the dilution scare.|
Take away all the beer molecules by diluting it like crazy.
Leave the vibrations behind.
Drink that water and you should have all the healing effects of real beer without all the calories or addictive effects.
It sounds magical.
So if homeopathy really worked wouldn't somebody be selling homeopathic beer at Whole Foods by now?
Of course they would, but it doesn't work. You'd drink the "beer," not get a smidgen of relief from the human condition, and demand your money back. Diluteries all over the country would have to shut down before they knew what happened.
Then why do people still buy piles of homeopathic medicines?
Compared to beer, it's harder to gauge or track the effects of headache pills; if you take a pill for a headache, it's hard to tell if your headache was relieved by the pill or just by your own body over time. Homeopathic meds can also provide relief as much as placebos can (which can be effective!). So homeopathic medicines for headaches will keep selling and will keep making the people richer who stock the shelves at Whole Foods with water pills.
Sadly, homeopathic beer would never work. Even though beer is just sweet sweet medicine.
Next time James Randi and friends stage an overdose party, maybe they should wash those pills down with some of it. Maybe they already do.