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A California doctor is selling sound waves in the MP3 format online, promising to cure anxiety, menstrual cramps, head injury, typhoid, and even malaria. Patients can buy one 13-second MP3 file for $5 on the medic’s website.
The website claims that the sound waves are patented technology that has been tested with success on hundreds of patients. The mp3 files include sound waves that are created based on “homeopathic principles.” Each patient is asked to answer questions about his health and lifestyle to get a personalized treatment.
The California medical board has launched an investigation into Dr. Bill Gray’s practices, which could end with his license being revoked. The doctor is accused of gross negligence for promoting the personalized treatments on his website.
After answering a questionnaire, Dr. Gray’s patients can buy one of the 263 mp3 files on the website and download it on their cellphone or computer. The patient is asked to listen to the sound wave, dubbed an e-Remedy, based on the “recommended protocol.”
Sound Waves Reportedly Cured Ebola
Gray claims that his e-Remedies could cure various conditions including Ebola. His CV shows that the doc used the technology to cure several cases of Ebola four years ago. Patients listened to the e-Remedy several times in an hour.
When asked how the e-Remedies work, the doctor explained that he extracts the energetic signal of ocean waves, bird sounds, or wind and turn it into healing sound waves. The resulting signals can be saved as .mp3 or .wav files.
The Stanford-educated doctor added that he could have used the original sounds of wind or water, but he didn’t want people to confuse the technology with a relaxation treatment. Gray added that his “cure” has been tested and worked on patients for three years. E-remedies can reportedly cure back pain, flu, fever, cholera, typhoid, and malaria.
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