Medical Quackery Guide: Part 6 - Search Engine Medical Quackery

Currently, in 2022, algorithms, created by search engines, use artificial intelligence (AI) for sourcing search queries that promote quack medicine ideas, which deceive users into creating and implementing quackery.

Medical Quackery Guide: Part 5 - The Regulation of Medical Quackery

The cause of existing regulation is due to the historical and modern widespread use of quackery for marketing and profit with nutrients, medicinal remedies, dietary supplements, drugs, and surgical procedures for the unlicensed treatment, prevention, management, and cure of the causes of diseases.

Medical Quackery Guide: Part 4 - The Deception of Self-Quackery as Self-Care

Self-quackery is a grouping of terms and wrong practices promoted by unlicensed fraudsters, medical quacks, and search engines to promote illicit abuse of medical ethics and medical licensure by non-patients or patients without their physicians' approval, diagnoses, and prescriptions.

Medical Quackery Guide: Part 3 - Snake Oil is the Medicine of a Quack

False drug and dietary supplement marketing, and inaccurate pharmaceutical treatment and cure claims are colloquially known as snake oil. Snake oil is a term that originated from intoxicant, poison, and drug-laced patent medicines and the fraudulent marketing of actual snake oil, which is high in essential fatty acids.

Medical Quackery Guide: Part 2 - The Practice of Medical Quackery

Medical quackery is the practice of quack medicine by medical quacks and fraudsters. It is based in false medical science and is the fraudulent promotion in managing health-related conditions, use of medical treatments, and cure for a disease causes.

Medical Quackery Guide: Part 1 - Medical Quack Definition and Characteristics

A medical quack is a licensed physician who fraudulently practices allopathic medicine or an unlicensed medical fraudster practicing allopathic medicine. Nowadays, a quack is any licensed or unlicensed doctor, physician, medical practitioner, and any website making false claims spreading medical misinformation and disinformation.

Illicit Recreational Drug Use is Abuse

Recreational drugs are a classification of non-ingestible dangerous petrochemicals, poisonous plants, and purified drug compounds that interfere with body, emotions, and/or mental functions. Recreational drugs include cocaine, steroids, opioids, psilocybin, LSD, marijuana, CBD, etc....

Intoxicant Properties and Detrimental Abuse

Intoxicants are alcoholic beverages, tobacco, various drugs, poisonous plants or plant parts, and non-ingestible toxic items which lack health benefits and have detrimental effects on wellness by their impairment of physical, emotional, and/or mental functions, while causing erratic behavior and mania.

Hemp Journal: Part 3 - Hemp and Cannabis Flower and Leaf Abuse

Hemp and cannabis flowers and leaves are non-ingestible intoxicant plant parts that contain cannabinoids that are commonly sold, either as pure isolated cannabinoid drug or as full-spectrum or broad spectrum extractions of cannabinoids.

Hemp Journal: Part 2 - Hemp Stalk and Seed Uses

Hemp is an economically cultivated industrial plant that has strong fibers which are used in the manufacture of clothing and other materials, including the nutritional and medicinal use of the seeds.

Hemp Journal: Part 1 - What's Hemp?

Hemp and cannabis are the two interchangeable names given to reference the uses and abuses of the species cannabis sativa and cannabis indica plants.

Deer Antler Velvet for Muscular Strength and Endurance

A 2003 study showed results that deer antler velvet assisted trainees with promoting muscular strength and endurance over a ten week period of supervised training.

Deer Antler Velvet Study for Bone Health

In 2015, a study was done with genetically similar human-like lab rats to determine if supplementation with deer antler velvet is good for maintaining and promoting bone health.