posted on Apr, 25 2021 @ 08:44 PM
I hack pharmaceuticals quite a bit, identifying their method of action then looking for similar chemistry in nature, identify if it is bioavailable,
check the food chemistry for possible toxins or other chemistry that can cause side effects, and identify the dose needed and the best preparation
method to make it into a medical product.
The pharma companies hack natural things and figure a way to make patentable medicines from them. That way they can make way more moolah from our
lack of knowledge of metabolism, physiology, and immunology.
Not so hard when you have been doing it for around thirteen years. Pharma companies like to brag and will sometimes clarify that their meds are safe
as some types of food. I like when they do that, it makes my research a little easier, but remember, just because something was discovered in a jelly
fish does not mean you have to eat a jelly fish, any ocean fish could have it in it if it is an area where certain ocean plants with the chemistry
exist. Same with aspirin, they say they discovered it in a tree in south America...it is found in some veggies and in the bark and leaves of a birch
tree and even the poplar tree bark, beware of debarking poplar trees without gloves, the aspirin compound is absorbed through your skin too.