One thing that benelles and conventional medicine have in common is the idea that having the right genes turned on—or off—at the right times is what leads to health. But that base is about all the two have in common.
Our doctors are working for used car salesmen. Oh, they’re smart used car salesmen that use silver dollar words like myocardial infarction and gastroesophageal reflux. But they’re still used car salesmen.
Their game is simple; sell more junk. A study published in PlosOne reveals how they’re doing it.
Here’s an excellent example of how unfortunate souls in crisis, or who are under-informed, are taken advantage of. This anti-nausea drug metoclopramide given to cancer patients kills their brain cells. From MedPageToday’s clinical notes on July 28, 2013: Continue reading
About 121 pharmaceutical drugs come from the rainforest. But what does “come from” mean?
It means corporations send paid teams to visit rainforest aborigines with practical knowledge of ethnobotany. The corporate team takes samples, a lab identifies the operative phytochemical, a legal team patents the chemical, and voila, a new synthetic rainforest drug is ready to sell to the world.
There are brain-eating amoebas in our rivers, lakes, and mud puddles. They’re also in our swimming pools and municipal drinking water.
One errant splash of infected water up your nose is all it takes. The brain-eating amoeba will multiply, eat through your nasal tissue, up your brain stem, and devour your brain with a sporting 98% fatality rate.