Lipomeiosi is a type of therapy consisting of a course of treatments administered utilizing a drove of hungry Lipozancudo insects which leach onto a host human in order to help liberate some mass of adipose tissue from the subject's body.
The domesticated Lipozancudo insects are trained to, upon command, engage in a feeding upon a consenting human subject or subjects. The Lipozancudo will penetrate the subject's skin using its long proboscis and extract a small quantity of fat tissue. Multiple Lipozancudos are used in any given session to maximize the efficiency of the encounter. This procedure can be repeated over a number of regular sessions over a period of time in order to effect a significant reduction in weight.
The Lipozancudos relieve the subject of excess adipose tissue, gradually, bite by bite, over the course of a sequence of regular therapy sessions. Individuals who partake in Lipozancudo therapy can lose several massive units (MU) of weight in fat tissue within one course of lipomeiosi therapy in less than one AU.
Lipozancudo bites are painless and leave no residual injury, as the insect's proboscis is very thin and the insect tends to penetrate the skin only at the location of natural breaks and perforations, such as the pores. The insect leaves no toxin or irritant behind within the host, so the subject receiving the site is at no risk of irritation or allergic reaction. Lipomeiosi therapy generally leaves no negative side effects aside from the loss of weight, and in fact those who undergo the course of treatment tend to report feeling jubilant and moderately euphoric afterward.
In formal lipomeiosi sessions, the human subject will first be familiarized with the Lipozancudo creature in order to put the subject at ease with the procedure. Encounters with Lipozancudo in the wild can often be surprising, annoying, and alarming to the uninitiated—especially for people who are not native to southern Illuminatia where the Lipozancudo is most prevalent. Making acquaintance with the insect can help the human subject be less alarmed at the disturbing size of the Lipozancudo and the distressing length of its proboscis.