Allopathic Medicine: Part 11 - Drugs Treat, Manage, and Mitigate Diseases and Conditions

by Jason J. Duke - Owner/Artisan

Fresh Content: August 24, 2022 00:13

Drugs Do Not Heal, They Treat Disease 

A drug is a non-healing form of risky, and often dangerous, toxic medicine used by medical healthcare professionals to intervene in the causes of health-related conditions and diseases, given by diagnosis, for treatment, prevention, management, and cure.

Drugs are often petroleum based lab-created pharmaceuticals, but some may also be a concentrated pure constituent that is derived from plants and approved for medical use.

Drugs Work By Intervening With Disease

Drugs work in a few ways; by chemically acting as substitutes for non-functioning structures in the body's systems, organs, glands, and tissues; by intervening in any states or causes of illness and sickness in the emotions and mind; by fighting infection of bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

Some drugs may induce pain-relief and promote euphoria, but these are not healing or well-being benefits.

Drugs Treatments Out-weigh the Toxic Risks

Drugs are biomedically studied and researched through human clinical trials to be more useful for treating diseases than incurring their associated toxicity, intoxication effects, and harmful side effects.

Recreational Drug Use is Medical Quackery

The recreational use of drugs is not treating diseases and conditions, but to willingly seek physical and mental impairment for the wrong view and false feelings of well-being, which is known as quackery.

Drugs are Not Food

Drugs Are Not Supplements 

Drugs are not to be confused with food, nutrients, medicinal herbs, or any other type of dietary supplement. Drugs are substitutes for non-working parts of the body, emotions, and mind and do not work like dietary supplements which add-to working parts of the body, emotions, and mind; therefore, using drugs as nutrients, medicinal herbs, and dietary supplements is known as quackery.

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