By Dr. John Reizer
As a natural healthcare provider, I regularly read the case histories of new practice members. Many of the case histories I review report people taking 8 – 10 different prescription drugs at a time. Most of these people have been on the same drugs for years and have no specific timetable to stop taking said products. It’s a completely bizarre practice, but it’s the current standard of care within the medical culture.
Medical curricula taught in medical schools, for the most part, has been written by pharmaceutical companies. The researchers performing the research that is regularly used to help create the new medical protocols in modern medicine are paid by Big Pharma.
When a person suffers a heart attack, it’s a common practice for a physician to place that individual on a number of heart medications for the remainder of his or her life. Nobody even questions this illogical practice because it has been accepted by professionals and sickness care consumers as a normal standard of care.
I am not going to get into a big philosphical debate on this forum with medical professionals about why this is necessary or unnecessary. Instead, I will tell readers straight out that the current practice of placing people on drugs indefinitely after suffering any significant sickness has been written into medical protocols by drug companies. And the reason they have done so is because it’s extremely profitable.
It is not logical nor is it healthy to remain on prescription drugs indefinitely. The chances of people believing the veracity of this statement is slim to none. As a society of sickness care consumers, we have been thoroughly brainwashed by medical marketing campaigns, and we have collectively bought into the ridiculous idea that we need more and more drugs as we progress through life.
You start off as a young person taking no drugs. You’re encouraged to visit the medical man or woman regularly. And when you do, you’re coerced into taking toxic vaccines that weaken your immune system and make you a prime candidate for serious illnesses down the road.
As people progress through life, they will undoubtedly encounter health challenges. And most of us will visit medical doctors who will proceed to write lifelong prescriptions to manage the various conditions. By the time people reach age 50, they’re taking 5 different medications. And the number of drugs people will consume only increases from that point forward.
The system has been rigged by Big Pharma and eventually most people will end up taking an alarming number of drugs until the day they die. These drugs interfere with the true expression of human physiology and ultimately make people in the population unhealthy and more at risk for other diseases. And that’s exactly what the drug industry wants.
What do you think about this subject?