I hope all is well, if not I hope you find the courage and strength to search for the knowledge to get well. Allopathic medicine has failed. That is not an opinion, but a fact. Our “golden standard” of health care system ranks third just behind heart disease, and cancer for the leading cause of death in America. More than 100,000 people die from negative effects of drugs, 7,000 deaths from unnecessary surgery, 20,000 deaths from other errors in hospitals, and 80,000 deaths from infections in hospitals each year, (I am sure the numbers are greater). The United States rank 37th in the world for health, but yet we spend more money on healthcare than any other nation, which is almost double from the next highest spender. It is quite a shame, and a disgrace to call our healthcare system the best. It is also laughable to call a medical doctor an expert in chronic diseases. This is because they are void of knowledge when it comes to healing the human body. With all their fancy words and scientific latest research, they have managed to have not one cure in the last 100 years of practicing their medicine, not one. So no it is not laughable that they can’t help others, but it is laughable that one would view them as an expert. Please understand that you can get better. Your love ones can get better. You just need the knowledge, and you need to take full responsibly of your health.
Our government and the pharmaceutical companies have gone to great length to making it seem like allopathic medicine is a success, and that you can’t do without it. They have stopped all other types of practitioners to be on the same playing field. They like to throw the term “scientific proof” to make their medicine seem superior. Let me ask you something. Have you or your loved ones gotten better from a chronic disease? Has your disease gone away? Are you heal? What does scientific proof mean if you get no results? They like to brag about “evidence base medicine” and that there are no other. Know that this is a scam, a fraud, and a complete lie. They use words like get temporary relief, reduce this, lower that. Where in these words does it says to strengthen the body? Where does this say bring healing or wellness? It doesn’t.