People should stop using e-cigarettes, especially those with marijuana ingredient tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), U.S. public health officials recommended on Friday, as an investigation into illnesses and deaths related to vaping deepens. E-cigarettes have been marketed as tools to help smokers quit, but rising use among youth in the United States and a spate of severe lung … Continue reading U.S. CDC recommends against using vapes with marijuana ingredient
By the time drug enforcement agents swooped into his small medical office in Martinsville, Virginia, in 2017, Dr. Joel Smithers had prescribed about a half a million doses of highly addictive opioids in two years. Patients from five states drove hundreds of miles to see him, spending up to 16 hours on the road to … Continue reading Virginia Doctor Faces Life in Prison for Prescribing Thousands of Opioid Doses
This is one of the most commonly used adaptogens because of the many ashwagandha benefits. The top and most well-researched ashwagandha benefits include improving thyroid function, relieving adrenal fatigue, reducing stress and anxiety, improving depression, and much more. Ashwagandha (aka Somnifera dunal) is an adaptogenic herb that's popular in Ayurvedic medicine. It has been used for more than … Continue reading Ashwagandha Benefits
Why do I keep writing on this subject? Hmm, let’s see—because extraordinary numbers of people are dying, and are severely maimed. That’s a pretty good reason. Because medical and government and press authorities are lying through their teeth and covering up the numbers. Because some of the people who are dying could be people you … Continue reading SHOCKING! Comparing Deaths From Medical Treatment, Vitamins, All US Wars
Story at-a-glance While the opioid crisis has received a significant amount of attention, and strategies have been put into place to try to curb the epidemic of overuse and misuse, few of the responsible parties have been held to account One West Virginia attorney has sued opioid wholesale distributors using a state nuisance statute. Distributors … Continue reading Legal Eagle Goes After Opioid Wholesale Distributors
In a disturbing announcement, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has indicated that more than 700 pounds of beef and pork is officially being recalled for mysterious contamination with human blood. The products in question, which came from U.S. Foods and were sold both fresh and frozen, were apparently marked by the U.S. Food and Drug … Continue reading USDA issues recall of 700 lbs. of beef and pork that may have been blended with HUMAN blood… did somebody fall into the grinder?
Drug overdose deaths continue to increase in the United States. From 1999 to 2017, more than 700,000 people have died from a drug overdose. Around 68% of the more than 70,200 drug overdose deaths in 2017 involved an opioid. In 2017, the number of overdose deaths involving opioids (including prescription opioids and illegal opioids like … Continue reading Understanding the Epidemic That’s Now Killing 130 Americans Each Day
The Holocaust of history saw the coordinated, government-run murder of six million Jews, capping off one of the most horrifying chapters of human history. Yet another holocaust is being repeated right now by the vaccine industry, also run by fascist government much like the Third Reich. Except this holocaust’s impact goes far beyond six million … Continue reading ALERT for Humanity: The “Perfect Storm” for a Vaccine HOLOCAUST is Now Here
Is cholesterol necesary for proper nerve function? Most prescribers are unaware of this idea, but statins and nerve damage in type 2 diabetes are related. By now, almost everyone agrees that statins like atorvastatin, lovastatin, rosuvastatin and simvastatin can cause muscle pain (myalgia). Most clinicians also acknowledge that statins are also linked to type 2 … Continue reading Statins and Nerve Damage (Peripheral Neuropathy): An Overlooked Side Effect!
When Rachel Ziegler was 22, her doctor prescribed 0.5 mg of Xanax once a day to treat generalized anxiety and panic attacks. “I don’t recall ever discussing a potential stopping point,” says Ziegler, who works as a chemistry-lab technician at the University of Illinois, “but I do remember asking her if I would become addicted.” … Continue reading Are Benzos (Benzodiazepines) the Next “Opioid” Crisis?