Medicine Money; A Prescription for Legal Bribery

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February 11, 2013 by somesauceontheside

I knew I had more than 10 reasons to get off of prescription medications http://wp.me/p38JMx-1b. Bottom line we need to advocate for our health when we step into the doctor’s office and do our own research so we can make the best decision. Many of the medication cocktails can be avoided by just taking charge of your own health. It isn’t always the easiest path to take but it is definitely worth it!

Cheri Speak

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has repeatedly demonstrated its inability to appropriately protect the public from the harmful, and sometimes fatal, side effects of medications; including addiction and psychotic episodes. There are many combinations of explanations. One problem that rightfully draws regular criticism is the FDA’s seemingly comfy relationship with the pharmaceutical industry whose outrageous investments in Washington continue to pay off. With what is a never ending series of favorable laws on Capitol Hill, they rake in tens of billions of dollars in additional profits at our expense.

According to the Office of National Drug Control Policy, prescription drugs are the second most abused drug in the nation; second only to Marijuana. But, the problem isn’t that we abuse drugs. The problem is the drug makers and Washington DC are abusing us with their drugs.

The following drug categories arejust some that are known to cause psychotic symptoms

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2 thoughts on “Medicine Money; A Prescription for Legal Bribery

  1. C. R. says:

    Thank you for re-blogging this!!

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