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A striking example of the dangers of drug combining
 
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A striking example of the dangers of drug combining


A perfect example of how we are all guinea pigs once we add one or more prescribed or over the counter drugs together.  Drugs are almost always tested singly for safety (and even then most of the time we rely on the manufacturers to provide their own safety studies). Testing for safety in combination with other medications is sorely lacking.

The most striking example of why this lack of testing in combination could be dangerous is the example of the amount of mercury which would kill one out of 100 mice being combined with the amount of aluminum that would kill one in 100 mice with the result that the combination killed 100 out of 100 mice.

It is bad enough that over 95% of all of the patented and highly profitable drugs created in the lab have side effects by themselves.  Add two or more together and the odds are likely close to 100% and the side effects are likely to be much worse.

Could that be because unnatural compounds, including sythetics and isolates are not found in nature and thus are not compatible with what our bodies have adapted to for hundreds of thousands of years?  Nature, which we have adapted to and lived in concert with since the very beginning, usually offers safer, more effective and far less expensive options.

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