Pharmaceutical Drugs

1. Prednisone or Cortisone

Never take this for more than two weeks. This drug can be effective for curing ailments like poison ivy, but long term use has resulted in the complete destruction of human bodies by the age of retirement. As per the Physician’s Desk Reference, side effects are high blood pressure, fluid retention, potassium loss, muscle weakness, osteoporosis, peptic ulcers, intestinal bleeding, fragile skin, diabetes, cataracts, and lack of resistance to infection.

2. Methotrexate­ (chemotherapeutic agents)

These drugs kill every human cell rather than just the cancerous cells, and they’re even used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Combining these drugs with prednisone can be deadly; according to cardiologist Dr. Patrick Fratellone, “Never, never take prednisone.”

3. Coumadin and Warfarin (blood thinners)

These drugs have resulted in people dying from simple razor cuts, and they are basically forms of rat poison. They weaken blood vessels and cells, and rats and mice have frequently bled to death during trials. They also demand numerous visits and tests throughout their use, which means big money for doctors and Big Pharma.

4. Cholesterol lowering medications

To many doctors, lowering cholesterol means prescribing cholesterol-lowering drugs such as Atromid and Lopid. They work by decreasing the production of cholesterol in the human liver, and they change the way LDL cholesterol enters human cells. However, the side-effects are devastating: myositis (inflammation of muscles), and rhabdomyolysis (a rare condition which causes virtually all muscles to feel painful and become weak). This releases proteins into the bloodstream which collects in the kidneys, which can lead to kidney failure. There are so many natural ways to reduce Cholesterol, including nutrition, as explained in my book Intelligent Indulgence.

5. Prozac

Fluoxetite kydroclozloride is highly addictive, and over 12 million people across the globe are already dependent on it. To grasp the total side effects, it’s necessary to know that almost all youths involved in mass shootings are on Prozac, Zoloft, or Ritalin (or they have been in the past). Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Lovan, and Luvox change the balance of neurotransmitter Serotonin in the human brain, and excess Serotonin causes anxiousness, obsessiveness, and even depression.

6. Ritalin, Cylert, Dexadrine and Adderal

These are commonly prescribed to children who are believed to have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and the CDC revealed in 2011 that about 11% of all US kids between the ages of 4 and 17 were diagnosed with ADHD. Yet, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) argues that merely 5% of kids suffer from these issues in reality. The drugs cause “zombie-like” behavior, drooling, depression, suicidal thoughts, abdominal pain, appetite loss, sweating, dizziness, hypersensitivity, and even stunted growth.

7. Diuretics

These drugs cause excess water to be excreted, but long term use of diuretics to treat high blood pressure can deny the human body of essential minerals. More specifically, potassium is often lost and must be replaced with high doses of supplements in many cases. However, other minerals such as magnesium are often overlooked, which can be detrimental for heart health.

8. Proscar

This drug treats prostate cancer, but doctors in Sweden advise men to simply wait and watch until the prostate begins to cause problems—which usually never happens. The Swedes have seen no difference in survival rates or patient quality of life, and they have not observed side effects in their patients which are associated with toxic drugs such as Proscar.

9. Diabetes drugs

The goal of anyone with diabetes should be to prevent long term complications of diabetes mellitus, and to reduce the amount of insulin which is required by way of an ideal diet, appropriate exercise, and natural nutritional supplements. The more diabetes drugs you take, the more likely you will experience complications and worsening of conditions.

10. Arthritis drugs (incl. ibupofen and other NSAIDs)

The Greeks and the Romans noted that many cavemen suffered from arthritis, and in the modern world it is estimated that 14% of all human beings suffer from this ailment as well. Even though allopathic doctos argue that the only effective treatment for arthritis is prescription drugs, 6,000 people perish each year as a result of adhering to this advice (due to side effects of NSAIDs).

11. Cold and flu drugs­ (aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and decongestants)

Even over the counter (OTC) medications can cause liver failure when they are overused. Acetaminophen is the number one reason for calling Poison Control Centers across the US every year, and it results in over 56,000 visits to emergency rooms nationwide. 458 people end up dying each year (due to acute liver failure), and OTC medications also suppress the immune system’s response to viruses.

12. Beta blockers and calcium channel blockers

Inderal, Tenormin, Lopressor, Corgard, and Normodyne lead to loss of libido, impotence, fatigue, and blood lipids. The heart is also negatively impacted, in part because the drugs are meant to weaken the heart in order to relax blood vessels. Cardizem, Adalat, and Procardia reduce blood pressure by blocking calcium from entering arterial wall cells, which sometimes results in a higher likelihood of suffering death by heart disease. Verapamil, nifedipine, diltiazem, Cardizem, Calan, Dilacor, Adalat, Procardia, and Verelan were associated with a 60% increase in death by heart disease.

And the list could go on and on and on…


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