What does medication really do to your body?

What does medication really do to your body?

How does medicine work? Let's take a patient with arthritis. The joint pain is an indicator, letting the patient know that toxic material has built up in the body, and encourages the individual to rest. Pain also indicates that the body is healing that particular area. However, if the patient takes a deadly painkiller, the focus of the body will immediately rush from healing the injured joints to attacking the foreign poison. Therefore, that natural detoxification procedure must stop in order to fight off the toxic pollutants that have just entered the body. While the body's focus leaves the joints, physical comfort is experienced. Yet, not only is the build-up of accumulated toxins prohibited from being released, but new toxins from the medication will cause further harm to the cells and organs.

There is absolutely no medicine that helps the body, including herbal remedies, homeopathy, and Ayurvedic treatments. All treatments are cheating you. Pharmaceutical companies know it; medical students learn it. In fact, the medical student textbook, Microbiology, published in England, explains that all medical tests and equipments are unreliable and dangerous, including mammography, ultrasound, x-rays, blood tests, etc. and admits that the body only needs air, food, and water. The medical textbook not only warns students against allopathic intervention, but acknowledges that the body can heal on its own. It even states that the common cold is a blessing, which cleans the lungs and sinuses and creates interferons and postaglandis (produced in the mucus) that fight against cancer.

The British Medical Association published medical student textbook, Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine 20th ed. which verifies that the popular painkiller, Paracetamol, (other brands known as Tylenol, Acetaminophen, Aspirin, Advil, Panadol, or Ibuprofen) causes death of the liver, increases liver damage in alcoholics, nausea, vomiting, haemorrhage, and death. In fact, if just two tablets of Paracetamol are crushed and mixed with rice and left for a couple of days, the mixture will become a deadly rat poison. The textbook quotes that:

"As little as 10–15 g (20–30) tablets or 150mg/kg of Paracetamol taken within 24 hours may cause severe heptocellular necrosis, and less frequently, renal tubular necrosis. Nausea and vomiting are the only features of poisoning and usually settle within 24 hours. Persistence beyond this time is often associated with the onset of right subcortical pain and tenderness, usually indicating development of Hepatic necrosis. Liver damage is maximal 3–4 days after ingestion and may lead to encephalopathy, haemorrhage, hypoglycemia, cerebral edema, and death" (pg 23, Emergency Treatment of Poisoning, British National Formulary 43, March 2002, published by the British Medical Association).

Furthermore, Wikipedia Online Encyclopaedia explains that "the number of accidental self poisonings and suicides from Paracetamol has grown in recent years." The Encyclopaedia also adds that Paracetamol toxicity is, by far, the most common cause of acute liver failure in both the United States and the United Kingdom and is often used in suicide attempts.

Lastly, in addition to Paracetamol, the British Medical Association textbook comments on diagnostic procedures, stating that "many tests are potentially hazardous and none are completely reliable. All diagnostic tests can produce false positives (an abnormal result in the absence of disease) and false negatives (a normal test in a patient with a disease). The diagnostic accuracy of a test can be expressed in terms of its sensitivity and specificity" (pg 7).

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Antibiotics and immunisations are dangerous and unnecessary. "Bacterial infections" are a medical excuse for selling drugs or explaining a death, when in fact bacteria grows only after the accumulation of toxic matter, providing a favourable atmosphere for their growth. In addition, most bacteria actually clean the body. All doctors receive patients with contaminated bodies, yet proceed to increase the body's toxicity with medications. Quite often, the increase of dosages is prescribed so that the body cannot possibly eliminate the poison and because new symptoms will appear; thus necessitating more costly visits to the clinic.

CBC News Canada reported that more than 1 million seniors were prescribed atypical antipsychotics, regardless of the known side effects of convulsions, stroke, twice the risk of heart failure, and a 60 percent increase in risk of death. These drugs include Resperidone (Risperdal), Questiapine (Seroquel), Olanzapine (Zyprexa) and Clozapine (Clozaril), all of which have never been tested on seniors.

Indeed, doctors are always looking for justifiable reason to prescribe medications or perform unnecessary surgeries. Removing the tonsils and appendix are perfect examples of excuses to profit financially. If truth be told, the tonsils and appendix are the system's body guards to our two openings, the mouth and anus. Removing either will ensure that the patient permanently remains weak, thus encouraging repeat clientele. In reality, when tonsils are removed, the lungs go into overdrive with the new responsibility of having to transport blood to the brain system. Precisely, the lungs, must assume the exhausting and abnormal responsibility of sending the brain extra-purified blood.

Keep in mind that yesterday's health treatments are today's poisons. During the 19th century, doctors practised and swore by electroshock therapy. In the early 20th century, doctors recommended smoking to relieve stress. Thalidomide was prescribed by thousands of pregnant women to cure morning sickness in the 1960s. conversely, 20–30 percent of children who mother had taken the drug were born with severe limb and organ defects. If yesterday's remedies are today's poisons, is it not safe to say that today's remedies are tomorrow's poisons?