Homeopathy Explained - Gentle Healing or Reckless Fraud?

  • Published on Feb 22, 2018
  • What are the principles behind Homeopathy and does it work?
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    Main principles of homeopathy:
    Information Network Homeopathy Germany:
    Homeopedia - German Online Encyclopedia:
    List of homeopathic remedies:
    Information regarding different homeopathic potencies:

    Physical examination of dilution

    Hahnemanns explanation for the efficacy of homeopathy despite dilution:
    § 270 Sixth edition
    18th century medicine
    Hahnemanns rules for taking homeopathic remedies, Organon of medicine §260 Sixth edition:
    Studies about the lacking efficacy of homeopathic products:
    Statement of the European Academies Science Advisory Council September 2017:
    Australian Study from the National and Medical Health Council, 2015:
    Systematic reviews from Mathie et al, employees of the Homeopathy Research Institutebit.ly/2GaWI7x
    Statement from the FDA demanding homeopathic companies must prove efficacy of their products:
    Statement from the FDA regarding their approach towards homeopathic remedies
    Quote: There are no drug products labeled as homeopathic that are approved by FDA.
    The Placebo and Nocebo Phenomena: Their Clinical Management and Impact on Treatment Outcomes
    Placebo interventions for all clinical conditions
    Components of placebo effect: randomised controlled trial in patients with irritable bowel syndrome
    Placeboeffect on children and animals
    Caregiver placebo effect in analgesic clinical trials for cats with naturally occurring degenerative joint disease-associated pain.
    Homeopathy is big pharma:
    Homeopathic anamnesis/ initial interview:
    Exemplary questionnaire for initial interview:
    Marketshare and market development for homeopathy
    Further reading:
    Blog beweisaufnahme-homoeopathie.de (German, some articles in English)
    ORGANON OF MEDICINE by Hahnemann Samuel (Original text)
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    Deutsches Informationsnetzwerk Homöopathie
    (Short english version)
    US Department of Health: Information overview about homeopathy
    Homepathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States
    (Official Compendium of Homeopathic ingredients)
    List of over 5000 homeopathic ingredients A-Z
    FDA warns against the use of homeopathic teething tablets and gels
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Comments • 13 641

  • Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell  5 months ago +3505

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  • yo mama
    yo mama 15 hours ago

    idk what this nonsense is. I guess I subscribe to "naturopathy".

  • blankey boo
    blankey boo 16 hours ago +1

    homeopathy is a placebo bullshit

  • Nightmare Moon
    Nightmare Moon Day ago

    Very informative

  • R2 RL Vertex
    R2 RL Vertex Day ago

    KURZGESAGT in spanish Please!!

  • Afia Oduro-Manu
    Afia Oduro-Manu Day ago

    i love how a bird is giving a kid a shot

  • LivingdeadDharma

    Don’t hug me I’m scared

  • Tuan Anh Hoang
    Tuan Anh Hoang Day ago

    So homeopathy just picked people with a really healthy life style as it's patient..... And told them that if they stay hydrated and keep living healthy their illness will be gone.

  • D. Sub.
    D. Sub. 2 days ago +1

    Please do a video on carbon c60. It is one of the homeapathic drugs that some of my family members take because their doctor recommended it. I've tried telling them it was a scam but they wouldn't believe me. Because I'm a young college student that questions everything they said, "I trust my doctor more than you." They did zero research and simply listened blindly to what their doctor said.
    Am I wrong? Is this carbon c60 some kind of miracle drug? Because to me, it is just a bottle of olive oil. Are doctors being paid by the homeopathic industry to sell their products to patients?

  • Han Solo
    Han Solo 2 days ago

    Interesting you chose the word trust I stead of faith ....

  • iitian
    iitian 2 days ago +1

    homeopathy acctually a very slow painfull process of medication and to put it simply a very harmless to people with liver problems or old or poor physical heath people who cant take medicines heat .
    example my dad's head vein burst out due to alopathic [mordern medication] doses why = because their priscripted doses caused way too much heat and blood pressure in his body.
    SOME VERYFAMOUS EXPIRIENCED doctors in my city use a great combination of hameopathy and mordern mediCINE. like for above 50years people they use hameopathy more while for fit less then 40 they use best/fast medication in situation. I completely trust hameopathy in small dieases like cough,fever,small infections etc .but if doctor suggest mordern alopathic treatment then i bear it .

  • Fploop
    Fploop 3 days ago

    Let’s just hope the liquid on the book at 4:03 is not what we think it is.

  • Nsatiro
    Nsatiro 3 days ago

    Lies.. Democrats love this bullshit

  • Vick Arabadzhi
    Vick Arabadzhi 4 days ago

    Although I don't agree with you guys on everything, I got to admit, awsome vid!

  • MattuBro
    MattuBro 4 days ago

    The dont hug me Im scared refrence though

  • Christine S
    Christine S 4 days ago

    If I lived 150 years ago, I'd have wanted homeopathic medicine for treatment.
    For now, not so much.
    I have homeopathic headache pills I give to my father in law with dementia if hes got arthritic pain before it's time to take his real and actual medication. It helps him because of the placebo effect.

  • Sammi Aal'wynn
    Sammi Aal'wynn 5 days ago

    Beer is my homeopathic treatment.
    I believe that beer heals all my sickness. And it works every time. Placebo effect is real

  • Herr Hurbig
    Herr Hurbig 5 days ago

    My doctor likes to take a lot of time when talking to me. I feel truly blessed by that fact.

  • Tomate Chines
    Tomate Chines 5 days ago

    i gave a very big dislike for the sentence "who cares why it works" you are just saying you can sell any bulshit to the people since they fell beter buying it...
    this is why you have so many followers here... lot of dump people who buys your stupid videos

  • caty La gatazorro
    caty La gatazorro 5 days ago

    It was me or the clock was from dont hug me im scared?

  • Skyiri the Angel
    Skyiri the Angel 5 days ago

    So... just care for people and theyll get better in some way? Wow... almost like that's how it works...

  • Prakash Pareek
    Prakash Pareek 5 days ago

    i was asthmatic,I took allopathic for years but I couldn't get much it worked for few hours in asthma..now from last one year I'm taking homeopathic I don't know how but it's freaking working. it's been six month I didn't get a single asthma attack😊

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago +1

      Just to clarify: do you think that it's the homeopathy (magic water memory and such) that cured you, or a placebo effect or something else?

  • Prakash Pareek
    Prakash Pareek 5 days ago

    i was asthmatic,I took allopathic for years but I couldn't get much it worked for few hours in asthma..now from last one year I'm taking homeopathic I don't know how but it's freaking working. it's been six month I didn't get a single asthma attack😊

  • Wee lil' Dinosaur
    Wee lil' Dinosaur 5 days ago +1

    oh it is definitely reckless fraud, but it's so patently, manifestly, and obviously fraud that it can only possibly be your own damn fault if you fall for it.

  • Random Computer
    Random Computer 6 days ago

    Someone I know had malaria and he was taken to a witch doctor who helped him get better with limited tools and plants.

  • P1ckle Rick
    P1ckle Rick 6 days ago

    Is that the clock from don't hug me i'm scared?

  • it's ok
    it's ok 6 days ago

    dude . what i want to explain is about how does those thing works . it make sure we feel like that so then as other stuff. of course the organs but hey don't you think the way it works are by tons of stuff like that . how do i explain this .my comment that down there are not about at the damn brain but how it work and how our brain understand it often. my god you don't even think of how do we all know what homeopathy is . jeez man . they explain it to you hard core .

  • Joseph Egbeh
    Joseph Egbeh 6 days ago

    Time is thing that could be on your wall and on your wrist. The past is far behind you, the future doesn't exist. DHMIS reference with the clock.

  • Linxter Media
    Linxter Media 6 days ago

    at 5:52 did anyone notice the Clock from Don't hug me I'm scared

  • Tonin
    Tonin 6 days ago

    ok... But I think that placebo doesn't work in a unconscious person. I agree that some diluitions are absurds and will never work, 100ch is the maximus, but more than 9 cases of cancer cured, and a sepsis in advanced stage is considerable.

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago

      If you are unconscious, the brain isn't entirely shut off. So, I think that your opinion is based on a lack of knowledge of yours regarding how the brain works, and thus is an incorrect conclusion.

  • Aadesh Srivastava
    Aadesh Srivastava 6 days ago

    Maybe we have not found "how it works". Just as earth was once flat before we could prove it is round.. similarly homepathy does not work before we can prove it really does..
    I was interested in the proof that " it doesn't work" rather than bringing up the placebo thing..

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago

      So you say that all the homeopathic rituals are bs, but that it magically somehow works anyway, despite that being unproven?

  • emilie
    emilie 7 days ago


  • Dre CanDraw
    Dre CanDraw 7 days ago

    I’ve watched your videos for so long they are amazing

  • kittithat triyakhan
    kittithat triyakhan 7 days ago

    3:39 gosh...

  • hippiechickie18
    hippiechickie18 7 days ago

    5:52 is that the don't hug me I'm scared clock?

  • hippiechickie18
    hippiechickie18 7 days ago

    4:03 what the actual fuck.... lmao

  • Marco Turco
    Marco Turco 7 days ago

    It doesn't matter if homeopathy works or not. Traditional medicine must learn that patients are humans, not machines. So the key of this context is to leave to do any type of medicine, remembering that what is important is the patient's health, not the way to get it.

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago

      There is nothing to understand. You have big pharmaceutical companies earning billions by selling the gullible and ignorant folk magical miracle tinctures that have absolutely zero active ingredients and only seem to do something because of the placebo effect. That's it. That is why homeopathy can not be explained in a rational way: it doesn't work, and makes no sense. That is why experiments show that it doesn't work any better than the placebo effet: because the placebo effect is the only effect there is with homeopathy. That is the truth. And if you defend that, you fight for big pharma ripping of the stupid people by selling the magic potions. That's it.

    • Marco Turco
      Marco Turco 3 days ago

      Hm Grraarrpffrzz you are talking about the remedy, you did not understand

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago

      There is no "real" or "fake" homeopathy. Homeopathy makes no sense. It can not be rationally explained. It is not supported by evidence. It's not difficult to understand. It's just ignorant nonsense, that people believe because they prefer magic over science.

    • Marco Turco
      Marco Turco 3 days ago

      Hm Grraarrpffrzz i understand perfectly your position and i agree.. but the real homeopathy doesn't concern exclusively the remedy. Remedy is only a little part of a homeopathy therapy. There is a true kind of "psicotherapy" in wich you have to understand and live some things of your life and the remedy becomes the ritual that move your journey. But the true is that this is too difficult to do and too much more uncomfortable than other ways, so the homeopathy will remain a fake medicine because people understand only things about handy and easy pills

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 3 days ago

      The problem is the following: homeopathy doesn't work. The mere concept is stupid. Thus, promoting it means promoting and teaching lies and ignorance. _"Oh, my poor son, you can't sleep. Here, take these magic pills that use magic water memory for some reason!" You dumb down people that way. That by itself would be reason enough. But one of the results of promoting homeopathy is, that people who believe this garbage are often against scientific methods that have been proven to work, such as vaccines. As such, promoting homeopathy means not only promoting lies and ignorance, but also fighting against methods that have saved millions of lives. Also, you will have people with serious medical conditions, that will not go to an actual doctor or use actual medicine, but instead rely on magic (homeopathy) hoping that it will cure them, when it often can not, resulting in them having an increased risk to get severely sick for no reason. And in the end, the billions of money wasted on creating homeopathic garbage, promoting homeopathic garbage and buying homeopathic garbage could instead be used for something that actually helps mankind.

  • Dukkiegamer
    Dukkiegamer 7 days ago

    Homeopathy worked for me. I don't know if it was the placebo effect but I don't really care. It helped me so yeah.

  • Jettyman Studios
    Jettyman Studios 7 days ago

    That clock....Don't Hug me I'm scared. 5:40

  • Xeno Player
    Xeno Player 7 days ago

    DHMIS reference?

  • Vaxtin
    Vaxtin 7 days ago

    When I was much younger and had bad colds that just made you feel miserable I would secretly pour out most or of that awful tasting liquid medicine When I was trusted to take it on my own. Still eventually recovered mostly on my own and only take it if I 'really' need to. Medicine can help, though it's not everything.

  • airsoftlaberer
    airsoftlaberer 7 days ago

    I have a problem to understand the example with the 30C potentization:
    So they use an ingredient and mix it with water until they get 30C. To have just one atom of the ingredient inside a globoli, it needs to have the diameter similar to the distance between earth and sun.
    But doesn’t that mean that the volume of the dilutant has to be as big as the hypothetical globoli to obtain that state of dilution?
    Because if the ratio is 1 atom of ingredient to 150.000.000km big ball of globoli the ratio of the dilution needs to be 1 atom of ingredient to 150.000.000km big ball of dilutant. Or am I getting something wrong here?

  • 투슬
    투슬 8 days ago


  • Phend Hein
    Phend Hein 8 days ago

    5:52 Don't hug me I'm scared 2? What

  • Gediminas Jesinas
    Gediminas Jesinas 9 days ago

    Vegan diet has many health benefits and is enviromentally friendliest diet

  • alexandria
    alexandria 9 days ago

    so basically it’s like false hope? like if you feel ugly then someone compliments you & you start to feel pretty when in reality you were never ugly, or you decide to use a new face product that you swear helped your skin clear up but really it’s just water in a bottle with a label on it. basically it’s confidence that really helps you feel better rather than worrying about something. just like the example in the video, your body eventually gets rid of a sickness after a while, but by being confident that taking a certain pill will help you feel better leads to it going away faster when in reality it was going to go away anyway.

  • Erik Rivera
    Erik Rivera 9 days ago

    i dont know if its fake or not, the only thing i know is that all my life i went with doctors and gave me antibiotics for my acne, until i started using homepathy, no acne anymore. i know, scientifically its a scam, but for me, it worked :)

    • RadM IsRad
      RadM IsRad 7 days ago +2

      The worst part about your comment wasnt the fact that you use homeopathy treatment(basically sugary water which i only drink when my blood pressure is low), no...the worst part is you used Antibiotics for ACNE. I mean come on.. those are the worst doctors ive ever heard of.

  • Yoshua Aaron Beresford Vejar

    If we werent 7 billion maybe doctors would have more time for consultation

  • Allanise Balbutin
    Allanise Balbutin 10 days ago

    isn’t that the clock from dont hug me im scared

  • osx holunman
    osx holunman 10 days ago

    few years ago went to a homeopathy doctor to heal my aixerty problem, those remedy does not work, the alcohol in remedy nearly kill me, i already told the doctor iam sensitive to alcohol, but he ignore and force me the alcohol remedy

  • Sarvagya Saxena
    Sarvagya Saxena 10 days ago

    I cant relate to all this, Homeopathy treated me with migraine and acne, for migraine the answer of scientific medicine was pain killers..

    • RadM IsRad
      RadM IsRad 7 days ago

      Sarvagya Saxena yea cause its just migraine. You could've had orange juice and slept it off and it would've been much more effective and cheaper.

  • M0tt0ri
    M0tt0ri 11 days ago

    Uooh 5:40 DHMIS reference....?!

  • Minh Nguyen
    Minh Nguyen 11 days ago


  • diverorion
    diverorion 12 days ago

    Great history lesson and technical look. However, this is not what most people see as "homeopathy". Most people I know perceive it as using everyday substances as treatments (more akin to herbal medicine than dilution medicine). Ex: horehound lozenges vs Halls. Then they go to the doctor and get told homeopathy is bunk. When in reality, patient is talking apples, and doctor is talking oranges because the true definition of homeopathy is never explained to them. So kudos to the vid for giving a clearer meaning.

  • Vansh Khanna
    Vansh Khanna 12 days ago +2

    By telling us it's placebo aren't you effectively ruining it for us?

  • emmet james
    emmet james 12 days ago

    do you into anschluss?

  • Greasy gurl
    Greasy gurl 12 days ago

    5:51 Nice DHMIS reference.

  • actual.lizard
    actual.lizard 12 days ago +39

    It's out of my hands
    I'm only a clock
    Don't worry, I'm sure you'll be fine

    But eventually everyone runs out of time

    • DegeneratedSkill
      DegeneratedSkill Day ago

      +Batabii haga there you go :D

    • Batabii
      Batabii Day ago +1

      DegeneratedSkill I had no idea what this comment chain was about until I saw the clock

    • DegeneratedSkill
      DegeneratedSkill 4 days ago +4

      I was searching for this comment after seeing the "don't touch me I'm scared" clock

    • Luke Palmer
      Luke Palmer 6 days ago +3

      Time is a tool you put on the wall and wear it on your rizd. The past is far behind us, the future doesn't exist!

    • Kerzid
      Kerzid 8 days ago +10

      It's out of my hands,
      I'm only a clock.
      Get ready to take
      my ten inch--

  • Hassanat Ishola
    Hassanat Ishola 13 days ago

    you should do arabic,spanish,bangla, yoruba and hebrew

  • jussef saki
    jussef saki 13 days ago


  • Sahitya
    Sahitya 13 days ago

    "Every sip of water would be a super charged homeopathic cocktail" that's very *calming*

  • Thinktank
    Thinktank 13 days ago

    I always wondered why mainstream science used so many ad hominem on any scientist who worked on water memory . Even worse, Mainstream witch hunt them.... Now I understand why... There are always shady reasons for Mainstream to relentlessly attack specific ideas.
    Ahhh mainstream academia.... mainstream dogmademia probably fits better

    • 007Cat24
      007Cat24 12 days ago

      Thinktank There is no evidence that water has any memory. Apart from that, it would be a great question why apparently only water has a memory.

  • John George
    John George 13 days ago

    The DHMIS clock is at 5:54, if anyone is interested. Nice little nod to the series, Kurzgesagt

  • Schnitzel
    Schnitzel 13 days ago

    5:41 *shouts until ear bleeds*

  • TaNa-Jo
    TaNa-Jo 13 days ago


  • 로그(LOG)
    로그(LOG) 14 days ago

    5:40 bad time, BAD TIME!!!

  • Mihai Ghita
    Mihai Ghita 14 days ago

    If German videos become regular norm, I'll be broke long before I learn German.

  • someredditor
    someredditor 14 days ago

    2500 people need to drink a 400c dilution of bleach.

  • Tractors!
    Tractors! 14 days ago

    Don’t hug me I’m scared 😦

  • Jared Sawtelle
    Jared Sawtelle 14 days ago

    oh god no that freaking Don't Hug Me I'm Scared clock

  • ChronP
    ChronP 15 days ago

    For all of those "American scientists"... There has been more and more research providing support, including new research from the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in Germany. This supports the theory that water has a memory. (Consider the with of Dr Masaru Emoto) This research supports homeopathy and the theory that water, not only has memory, but is affected by the environment. If you believe you're smarter than all of these scientists, I feel very sorry for you because you're limiting yourself to possibilities.
    The problem for hard core scientists, is that these concepts/thories are difficult to study. Often scientists (particularly American scientists) have been reluctant to study and put their names on anything controversial. I'd wager you'd learn so much more by being receptive to things that are out of your comfort zone. Things that have worked for thousands of years and have stood the test of time. They might not be the quick band-aid or cure but, used as intended, they do work and have worked for millions of people. Consider ethnobotanicals on which much of the pharmaceutical industry is based. It might not be your cup of tea but next time you start feeling sick, give Andrographis a try.

    • RadM IsRad
      RadM IsRad 7 days ago +1

      ChronicPainInTheAss you're not providing any sources now are you. Ive never heard in my entire life anything about such a research, much less water having memory. The only thing about some water molecules being different than others is tge Hydrogen being replaced by deutrium which makes heavy water.

  • Gabriel Izer
    Gabriel Izer 15 days ago

    5:53 Is that a DHMIS reference?

  • ChronP
    ChronP 15 days ago +1

    Homeopathy shouldn't be looked down upon in Western medicine. After all, this is the exact same concept used by allergists. It's also the concept most people believed in (back in the day) with regard to a bit of dirt, dust, and other things people are always trying to get rid of... Often, with harmful chemicals, which is why there's so much more asthma these days.

    • 007Cat24
      007Cat24 12 days ago

      ChronicPainInTheAss This is not the same concept used by allergists. Allergists use small, but significant doses to train the immune system somit doesn‘t react to the allergens. Homeopathy is based on the concept of „water memory“ which hasn‘t been replicated by anyone as there often isn‘t a single molecule of the drug in a whole package. Also, unlike allergy therapy, it‘s based on treating conditions with unrelated ingredients.

  • TazzeOptical
    TazzeOptical 15 days ago

    5:39 well, here come the flashbacks

  • RapRatix750
    RapRatix750 15 days ago +1

    Spanish Kurzgesagt! Please!

    • 007Cat24
      007Cat24 12 days ago

      RapRatix750 Actually, the German channel was created first as Kurzgesagt is based in Germany. They later expanded to this channel. Sadly however, they don‘t have native Spanish speakers in their team, so it will probably take some time.

    • RapRatix750
      RapRatix750 12 days ago

      007Cat24 i know, but its not the same feeling, for example thats why they made the german channel in the first place

    • 007Cat24
      007Cat24 12 days ago

      RapRatix750 There are subtitles available.

  • Mparker123wolf
    Mparker123wolf 15 days ago +1

    Don't Hug Me I'm Scared.

  • Bruno Alves
    Bruno Alves 15 days ago


  • Richard Parkin
    Richard Parkin 15 days ago

    What is it?

  • Richard Parkin
    Richard Parkin 15 days ago

    What is it?

  • Worldf1re
    Worldf1re 16 days ago

    5:53 What's the clock from "Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared" doing here?!?!

  • sam hendrix
    sam hendrix 16 days ago

    Don’t hug me I am scared... of homeopathy time. Lol

  • Deepak Nanda
    Deepak Nanda 16 days ago

    If u think its placebo then try SULPHER 200C only few drops as it doesnt contain any atom...and and see what happens in few days..as i have done this so i know for sure..and tell me if its a placebo

    • 007Cat24
      007Cat24 12 days ago

      Deepak Nanda Nothing happened.

  • Ahsan Shah
    Ahsan Shah 16 days ago

    Lies. You've been paid by big pharma to defame homeopathy

  • PokeEmblem 692
    PokeEmblem 692 16 days ago

    I was actually reccomended these in an official dog care book from Petfinder. I actually believed it too.

  • NickMcNate
    NickMcNate 16 days ago

    0:39 "This is fine..."

  • Detective *L*
    Detective *L* 16 days ago +1

    2:01 do the English language don't have a name for this?

  • newtonianromance
    newtonianromance 17 days ago

    There's a looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooot of stupid people around.

  • newtonianromance
    newtonianromance 17 days ago

    This is misleading...of course its reckless fraud. there is no question. Why not just say Homeopathy is reckless fraud.

    • RadM IsRad
      RadM IsRad 7 days ago

      newtonianromance because as fraudulent as it is sometimes its best to give someone reassurance rather than information they dont understand....sometimes

  • Bran Mouch
    Bran Mouch 17 days ago

    Met a woman once who thought salves and coconut oil could cure her husband's sarcoma. Day 1 of her "treatment" it looked like a little pimple at the base of his neck. 69 days later it was as big as his head

  • Ash Kan
    Ash Kan 17 days ago

    It always fascinate me how much money one can make from stupid people.

  • Paul Stewart
    Paul Stewart 17 days ago +1

    Homeopathy is the most bullshit nonsense I have ever heard of

    In environmental site assessment, we do something called a risk assessment. A risk assessment determines at what concentration a contaminant _no longer causes adverse reactions in a receptor._ By definition, there is a point below which things you put in your body no longer generate a response. This is how we keep people safe from hazardous substances on a daily basis - reduce or prevent exposure. That super toxic benzo[a]pyrene you incidentally contacted? Yes it's bad, but if we make the concentration low enough it literally has no physical effect, on anything.

    Now replace BaP with [homeopathic substance of your choice].


  • Turtle Lover
    Turtle Lover 17 days ago

    XD yas you added tony in it

  • Aldrin Rubrico
    Aldrin Rubrico 17 days ago

    That Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 2 character lol hahaha

  • james 187
    james 187 18 days ago

    The clock from DHMIS like MFG

  • Ricardo Silva
    Ricardo Silva 18 days ago

    dont hug me im scared in a nutshell, my life is complete

  • Breanna Wilson
    Breanna Wilson 18 days ago

    That clock looked like the clock from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared.... terrifying

  • Daves Reality
    Daves Reality 18 days ago

    17 billion ? WTF! I have my own line of medicine at 40c that right 40c! You won't find anything else better! The range starts at £30/$38 a bottle send me a message to place your order and be cured NOW! Don't delay !

  • AshCrash
    AshCrash 18 days ago

    It might cure cancer who knows??

    • RadM IsRad
      RadM IsRad 7 days ago

      Hm Grraarrpffrzz and i agreed with your statement. Why are we argueing?

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 7 days ago

      I didn't say anything else, RadM. What I meant is that common sense applied in this situation can answer the question whether it can cure cancer or not.

    • RadM IsRad
      RadM IsRad 7 days ago

      Hm Grraarrpffrzz and common sense says it doesnt cure anything much less cancer.

    • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
      Hm Grraarrpffrzz 17 days ago

      Common sense does.

  • Hiber Lopez
    Hiber Lopez 19 days ago

    Nice DHMIS cameo!!!

  • it's ok
    it's ok 19 days ago

    homeopathy is for right brain and vaccine is for left brain. they need to be balance. you should figure out too and not just me. i give you clue because i want to know why would they did not make it more of greater life .

    • RadM IsRad
      RadM IsRad 7 days ago +1

      The disease is not often in the brain, its in your other organs. The brain most of the times knows about it so you could take action. If you have a disease related to the brain then you dont need medicine nor homeopathy...you more than likely need a surgery.