A Dreadful Superstition Locks You In Chains

A Nasty Superstition Grips America
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  • A nasty superstition holds people around the world in chains.  Ministers of religion, lawyers, architects, middle class people, working class people, people of all nationalities, are its victims. People do not want to stand up against the masses. So many of us just believe everything we are told when it comes to our health and the deadly viruses our bodies become savagely attacked by. Because only a doctor knows the antidote right? Because only a doctor knows what tames these deathly viruses. Or is that not true? Is that something the majority has overlooked? Had our ancestors been curing the very same viruses we so eagerly chase after today. Had they been curing these viruses using herbs and CAM methods? Those questions will be answered shortly but first let’s dive into this grimacing belief. What is this superstition?  It is that optimal health is achieved, and diseases cured by drugs, medicines and remedies. The same ones that have been proven to suppress and cloak diseases! So if we KNOW two different things that contradict themselves are being spoke as truth we know that the subject lacks foundation. We also know we better begin researching at an unprecedented rate to discover some truth?
    Chemo therapy has about a 2% success rate yet it is the go to option in America.University of Alberta
  • meraki impulse mental health Chemo therapy has about a 2% success rate yet it is the go to option in America. @UAlberta discovered an alternative with an 80% success rate. Click To Tweet
    Are complementary and alternative medicines receiving too little of credit for how they improve health?

     nm   treatments, such as herbal remedies and acupuncture, are growing in popularity. And thanks to increasing research on CAM treatments, doctors are now better able to understand the role these complementary therapies can play in helping treat and prevent disease. In fact, conventional medicine and evidence-based complementary medicine treatments may be offered together — a practice called integrative medicine.