posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 05:15 PM
originally posted by: riiver
a reply to: rickymouse
And here's the real kicker: we are one of only TWO countries on the planet that allow direct-to-consumer drug advertising. The only other country in
the WORLD that allows it is New Zealand.
By people watching that advertising they may think they need the medicine and pressure the doctor into prescribing it even though he does not think it
is necessary. There could be a much cheaper kind of medicine that does the same thing if the people even have that problem. I watch those
commercials and get incentive to research the medicine and find out what dietary alterations would do the same thing. Actually, it does not require a
real lot of change for people, modifying a few food chemistries would usually do the same thing.
Some of those meds are extremely expensive, one of the ones to keep cancer from taking hold by boosting the immune system could be accomplished by
increasing parsley in the diet. Parsley has two extremely strong chemistries that are anticancer and it works by triggering apoptosis of rapidly
growing cells. Celery has similar chemistry and by cooking these things the anticancer is not effected while for many the intolerance to celery goes
away when heated. Rutabaga also has some powerful anticancer chemistry. Now, trying to cure full blown cancer with these is hard, but to stop the
progression after the cancer is removed and it is stabilized is possible. The thing is, making sure to consume some of these will keep the cancer
from getting out of control.
These companies do not lie, they just do not tell us where they came up with these ideas. It is in research, look up apiginen
How much in parsley? Way more than in celery, but celery flakes have a decent amount but parsley flakes have
ten times as much. www.worldhealth.net...
A newly developed very expensive medicine advertised on TV
is based off of this. They could not patent parsley family chemistry though. There are actually two very anticancer chemistries in celery and
parsley. But do not overeat this chemistry, it can hurt you. Don't be juicing pure celery. They do make stuff like V-8 juice that has about the
right enough. Carrots are also part of the celery family. A carrot has some of this chemistry in the root, but not nearly as much as leaves would
have. Remember, these chemistries are plant defense chemistries to stop overbrowsing, a moderate amount is medicine, a lot can cause assorted
Pharma companies make a lot of money from us not knowing the properties of foods. I look at it this way, why do we even need to have cancer? The
best way to reduce our risk is to start paying attention and researching things. Getting one of those aha moments after eating something or seeing
something on a commercial is good curiosity promoters to do research. But if you try to reinforce the sales pitch of the pharma company, all your
search will come up with is their medicines, you need to actually find the name of the chemistry in it and what it does. Then search reputable sites
to see what food or weed has that chemistry in it. Milk thistle can treat alzheimer disease, I found that even on Mayo Clinic. The same chemistry is
found in most thistles and of course dandelion Everyone seems to hate those weeds, society has conditioned us to believe they are bad. Genesis 3-18
Thorns also and thistles shall it bring forth to thee; and thou shalt eat the herb of the field;