December 19, 2018
When Did Natural Medicine Become “Alternative” Medicine? Here’s a Hint: It Has Something to Do with Big Pharma
(Natural News) Once upon a time, natural medicine was the only medicine. The pharmaceutical industry has done everything in its power to make the masses buy into the prescription drug trade — and forget about the incredible healing power of natural foods, herbs, spices and other remedies. Indeed, Big Pharma wants to erase any notion of the human body’s resiliency and natural ability to heal.
Instead of encouraging Americans to eat right and exercise to maintain their health, the powers that be now shove pills down their throats and demand total subservience to Big Pharma’s ultimate agenda of turning every man, woman and child into a brainless, over-medicated cash cow. And as if that wasn’t bad enough, the federal government fully supports this arrangement. Poisoning the public is just fine, as long as you’re doing it with government approval.
The paradigm has shifted so much pharmaceuticals are now in the mainstream — and any form of natural medicine is deemed an “alternative” and heavily derided.
Natural medicine is the only medicine
For the overwhelming majority of human existence, medicine came solely from what could be found in nature. Hilariously, even the pharmaceutical industry relies on Mother Nature to create drugs. One pharmaceutical researcher, Dr. Ciddi Veeresham, even described the natural world as “an infinite resource for drug development.”
Dr. Veeresham states further that it is “well-documented” that natural medicines were integral to the development of modern medicine. And, as he contends, even though pharmaceuticals have far outpaced natural medicines in terms of consumption, “their safety and efficacy [has]always remained questionable.”
Thanks, in large part, to corrupt government and other such organizations, the pharmaceutical industry has been able to fully monopolize the art and science of medicine.
In short, mainstream medicine (and the FDA) says it cannot support natural medicine because of a “lack” of sufficient evidence. Thanks to regulations and other such hoop jumping, the pharmaceutical industry — which rakes in billions annually — has been able to make the cost of getting anything approved as a medicine by the FDA prohibitively expensive.
Suppressing scientific reality
No one wants to research the health benefits of ginger when it’s not something they can patent and profit off of. Instead, the pharmaceutical companies take the “good stuff” in ginger and change it just enough so they can market it as a new drug.
This is how most drugs are formulated. This is a problem for many reasons — but mostly because we are forcing our bodies to consume things which are not actually found in nature. Humans are animals. We weren’t built to consume garbage that comes out of a test tube — we were built to eat what grows from the Earth.
Is it any wonder most pharmaceuticals cause an array of unpleasant side effects? At best, pharmaceutical medication is an imitation of medicine, and at worst, it’s basically poison.
To deny the scientific reality that natural medicine is effective is to deny reality in and of itself. After all, without natural medicine, there would be no pharmaceuticals. Whether you’re talking about antibiotics, pain relievers or even chemotherapy, all of them have their roots in natural medicine.
No one would choose to take a round of chemotherapy if they knew, and trusted, that a turmeric supplement would be an even better, and less toxic, treatment. This is precisely why Big Pharma has gone to such great lengths to suppress any and all science that showcases the benefits of natural medicines.
Whether you’re talking about medical cannabis, turmeric, ginger or any of the other healing plants you can find on planet Earth, the pharmaceutical industry and their lackeys are always there to try to discredit the findings. Across social media, search engines and virtually every other avenue of communication, the powers that be are trying to suppress what we all know is the truth.
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Sources for this article include:
W. O. Belfield, Jr.