There are many kinds of quackery out there, some harmless, some not, much of it practiced by well meaning, albeit gullible, people. And then there are things such as 360 Mist (ZorbMax) advertised in the video below. It’s so preposterous I had to watch it twice in case it was a spoof.
Nevada bill aims to legalize quackery.
Nevada State Senator Michael A. Schneider has introduced S.B. 69, an 85-page bill that would:
**Declare Nevada a “freedom of health” state.
**Affirm that patients are “entitled to access to and the use of the products and services of any provider of health care chosen by the patient, including, without limitation, a complementary integrative medical physician or any other provider of health care.”
**Replace the current homeopathic board with a Board of Complementary Integrative Medical Examiners that has the same powers but can authorize people to become licensed or certified as a “complementary integrative medical physician,” “advanced practitioner of complementary integrative medicine,” “complementary integrative medical assistant” or “complementary integrative medical nutritionist.”