Updated: Apr 20, 2020
I'll admit it. I'm a natural health guy first and foremost. As such, I don't have much use in what the so called big brains of medical science today have to tell us. Don't get me wrong as I truly believe a lot of them mean well. I doubt that there is a nurse out there, or many anyway, who would do anything to harm one of their patients. Same with many if not most doctors. But the reality is that even though pharmaceutical drugs and treatments have helped some people, we look at statistics and we know they've also hurt a lot of people. A 2016 Johns Hopkins study noted that medical error is the third leading cause of death in the United States.https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/study_suggests_medical_errors_now_third_leading_cause_of_death_in_the_us
Now admittedly there are a lot of aspects described within that study that fall under the umbrella of medical error and not all of those seem to be errors committed within hospitals. There also has been some scrambling within the medical mainstream to say that this study and the references to it are often taken out of context. I don't claim to know everything about everything. I do know that Johns Hopkins is obviously one of the most prestigious and well known bodies within the medical mainstream today. I also know that while it is one personal case only it was nonetheless medical error that took the life of my grandfather when I was no more than 10 years old. It was his poor choice of smoking that put him in the hospital with lung cancer. It was a staph infection from equipment that wasn't properly sterilized that killed him.
We are all human and we all make mistakes. But in addition to medical error, we know, probably most if not all of us, the statistics on the prescription opioid addiction and overdose deaths that we have in this country. The reality is just by watching television commercials we are inundated with new drug after new drug with a laundry list of side effects that often sound scarier than what you're supposed to have helped by the drug. But even with that, drug makers apparently have to reveal precious little about the great product they want you to buy as this article from Vox touches on. https://www.vox.com/2015/9/29/9414145/direct-consumer-advertising-pharmaceutical-regulation.
While there are references that doctors also hate these ads, keep one thing in mind. Whether they hate such ads or not, doctors prescribe drugs with the same or similar side effects, if not actually the same drugs. I've had people tell me, "I'm on this drug for my pain. This drug is to combat the side effects of the first drug and this drug is to combat the side effects of the second drug." It's no wonder people are walking medicine cabinets in some cases!
Yet you know what the father of modern medicine said? "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Yes, the same man that doctors swear an oath in his name, the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates, said that very thing. He didn't say, "Vaccinate the world or quarantine the healthy as well as the sick when a scary virus comes along." Yet here we are, or here we have been, hiding in our homes with limited movement and waiting for a former Microsoft chairman to lead the way for a vaccine to save us all. Bill Gates, by the way, through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has already wrought so much damage with his mass vaccination programs that he paralyzed almost 500,000 children in India and was literally kicked out of that country.https://www.naturalblaze.com/2020/04/robert-f-kennedy-jr-responds-to-bill-gates-statements-on-a-mandatory-coronavirus-vaccine.html
So is that what you want to do? Be quarantined and eventually vaccinated with what will largely be an untested vaccine with a man who has spoken on population control and whose father was a eugenicist leading the way? Or do you want to start utilizing some safe, natural and PROVEN antiviral supplements and overall immune system boosting techniques to protect you and your family? In this recent podcast I did I give you some ideas how to do just that. It's 45 minutes so keep that in mind when you set aside time to listen to it.