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Monday, January 21, 2008

Drugging the population into premature old age

"Here's a typical scenario. A healthy person goes to the doctor for a checkup and is told his

cholesterol or blood pressure is high. So he starts taking medication, which causes side effects. This leads his doctor to give him a second drug to treat those side effects. But, of course, that second drug causes new side effects. So the doctor prescribes a third drug to treat the side effects of the second one!

Before you know it, the person's health is spiraling downward and he soon needs people to take care of him. And everyone just chalks it up to "old age."

But you can fight back against this system of medicine run amok. First of all, make sure you always try natural remedies first. Pharmaceuticals should be a last resort, not a first option. Secondly, if you have a loved one in a nursing home, talk to a naturally minded physician about possibly weaning them off the drugs. This single step may make a huge difference in their health and well-being."

Quoted from a letter by Dr Mark Stengler.


Gary Moller comments:

Dr Stengler more or less repeats what my ex-wife, now the manager of an old person's nursing home said of the people she cares for: "...take them off their drugs and they live longer".

If only there were more doctors prepared speak out about the carnage the medical-drugs industry cartel are causing. Here in New Zealand, a country of just 4 million people, we spend about $14 billion on healthcare. How much healthier are we for it? How much of this do you and your family see each year as tangible health benefits?

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