STRONG: Safety of Vet Meds Vs Human Meds by ICU ..... Parasites: Prescription Drugs Support Forum
Date: 1/8/2011 10:11:20 PM ( 2 year ago)
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Hi Strong ~
This is in response to your PM to me:
"I am worried about the added ingredients in the vet meds. They all warn against consumption. I have heard that they can come from the same vat as other human meds. How can one know it is safe, by reading active ingredients?
Thanks for your help. I have been to see same 5th ave doc too.??"
Vet meds are very safe. They meet high quality standards in production. In fact, many of them are manufactured by the same companies that produce the human Rx meds.
I've used them for years with no problems, & no one on our forum has reported any adverse effects.
They're marked "Not For Human Consumption" because big pharma & doctors don't want folks to know they're the same thing but cost a fraction of the very pricey human meds!
If patients found out the truth, it would sure cut their profit-gouging of patients & these jerks would go out of business!#? (lol).
Cheers ~~ ICU
My Curezone Posts: http://curezone.com/forums/s.asp?f=762&c=0&ob=d&m=ICU
Parasite Drug Protocols: Roundworms, Tapeworms, Flukes, Strongyloides, Morgellons, & Protozoa: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1574645#i
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