McArthur's Natural Products - http://www.mcarthurnaturalproducts.com/
A topical cream made from pawpaws that will cure lots of things, skin cancer, migraines, joint pain, chronic pain, also basic cuts and burns. It not only got it's initial showing on the show "Today Tonight" but got such a huge response from the audience that they had a follow up article a few days later.
A few extracts from the website that caught my eyes:
"I've cut myself, I've burnt myself, and I've made myself ill. It takes about four to five seconds and the pain just dissipates," says Tom. O.O A few seconds, for pain to dissipate
"We've seen cellulite disappear in 24 hours, we've seen ulcers that have been classified as stage four and in twenty minutes then said to be stage two. Pain, cellulite and ulcers is there anything this stuff can't do?
"We've actually had quite a few cases where they've come in with skin cancer and yes, we've gotten rid of it," he claims. Oh, of course had to include cancer in there as well, didn't we?
Having already lost three toes to gangrene, he was about to have his left foot amputated. Then, Gerard met Tom..."Healed, totally healed in nine weeks, without scars. Gangrene, I mean that's supposed to incurable," says Tom. and Gangrene
"If nature has created the disease, I do believe that nature will also provide the cure," says Tom. Any reasoning behind this
"What I was looking for was a way of changing the molecular structure to produce something that wasn't there." ??
Tom says: "I believe antibiotics will fail in the future because the viruses are getting stronger and immune to what we're producing now so eventually we will have to go back to the jungle to find a replacement. Those damn antibiotics won't be helping with viruses in the future and even if it did make sense any evidence?
Notice how cheap it is for this miracle cure? 3 bars of soap $16.50, 50ml facial cream for $30, 250ml skincare cream $50.
During the show they made a big deal about him not wanting to sell his product to the pharmaceutical companies, not really explained why but probably has to do with the whole natural fallacy thing. It also reminds me of a Dara O'Brien bit:
"Herbal Medicine has been around for thousands of years, indeed it has and then we tested it all and the stuff that worked became "medicine" and the rest of it is just a nice bowl of soup and some poupori"
anyway, probably not the best written post but that's what you get from a sleep deprived brain at 1am.