It was supposed to be a forum where Twitter fans of the Dr. Oz Show could send in their most pressing questions for "America's doctor."
What is your biggest question for me? Reply with #OzsInbox and I'll answer my favorites on http://t.co/8kjmALRoAd.— Dr. Mehmet Oz (@DrOz) November 11, 2014
But since Oz made his offer yesterday, the #OzsInbox hashtag has turned into a channel for rage and shame, where skeptics and disappointed viewers have been venting about Dr. Oz's psuedoscience and trickery.
(Read more: Why Dr. Oz can say anything and keep his medical license, Dr. Oz's three biggest weight loss lies, debunked, and Meet the medical student who wants to bring down Dr. Oz. )
Here are some Twitter highlights:
#OzsInbox I just got my flu shot, when can I expect to develop autism?— Ryen Smorczewski (@Smorz7IU) November 12, 2014
Can you go an entire show without saying the words "miracle," "toxin," and belly fat?" #OzsInbox— Jennifer Gunter (@DrJenGunter) November 12, 2014
Can Twerking cure Pertussis? #OzsInbox— Lipitor Charizard (@Spammyjazzhands) November 12, 2014
@DrOz Name specific toxins removed by a detox that is not removed by your liver/kidneys?What studies have you published on this?#OzsInbox— Chris Scholtz (@ScholtzC) November 12, 2014
I accidentally dropped my sonic crystals in the dirt. Are they dishwasher safe? @droz #OzsInbox pic.twitter.com/3p0hDXQHFO— Colby Vorland (@nutsci) November 12, 2014
You've told us to eat low-carb, low-fat, paleo, and vegan diets. I've been eating them all daily- why am I gaining so much weight? #OzsInbox— Colby Vorland (@nutsci) November 12, 2014
@DrOz. Which disease kills more people? Ebola or Mercola? #OzsInbox— Greg Hinson (@ackdoc) November 12, 2014
.@DrOz #OzsInbox Why have you not been censured or fired from @ColumbiaSurgery for conduct unbecoming a physician, scientist, and gentlemen?— Sunil K Sahai MD (@DrSunilKSahai) November 12, 2014
@DrOz As a cardiothoracic surgeon should you dispense nutrition advice? It's like a neurologist giving out dermatology advice #OzsInbox— mamakafrin (@haphazardhumor) November 12, 2014
.@DrOz "First do no harm". Does promoting quack cure-alls and diets, while trashing good medicine and technology do harm? #OzsInbox— Kevin Folta (@kevinfolta) November 12, 2014
"@drflanders: To be hung in every doctor's office across the nation (pic) pic.twitter.com/5nnDtq8p2r" where can I get one? #OzsInbox— Sunny Chan (@DrWaiSun) November 12, 2014
#OzsInbox I just read that my new detox regimen might be toxic. Can you recommend a detoxification to detoxify my toxins?— Andrew Kniss (@WyoWeeds) November 12, 2014
Watch: Dr. Oz's big weight-loss lies (and one truth).