No free NHS treatment for rogue crystal healer victims
The NHS will not provide free medical treatment for conditions caused by rogue crystal healers, the government has warned.
Pixie Moonbeam, from Nottinghamshire, who claims to have been affected by the use of industrial-grade stones by unregistered shamans, started having emotional problems after visiting a mobile crystal healer working out of a van in a Worksop car park.
‘I was a bit suspicious that the stone he was using looked just like those piled up nearby where a water main was being repaired
‘I had a feeling that something wasn’t right. That’s when I went to my GP, who said my chakra might be dented.’
Pixie has had a chakra scan to see whether it can be repaired. She is currently using a special headband fitted with Tibetan Elestial quartz crystals but physicians fear that an expensive full chakra transplant might be necessary.
‘I just want to warn people about this scam’, Pixie said. ‘If the crystals aren’t shiny, pointy and really sparkly, then there’s a good chance they have absolutely no medical benefit at all.’Click to send this story to a friend
Posted: Jun 30th, 2012 by bonjonelson
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