The Drugs Don’t Work – Dangers of Pharmaceuticals

by | Dangers of Prescription Drugs


Prescription drugs have brought more death and misery to humanity than any disaster, natural or not.

Of the 126% rise in drug-related deaths, 80%  involve prescription drugs.

Dangerous Drugs

Did you know that more people in the United States die annually at the hand of prescribed medications than those involved in traffic accidents.

With deadly side effects, the chance of addiction and the very real possibility of an overdose is real.

Is it all really worth it?

There exists also an extremely lucrative black market. Here there are no limitations to the spectrum of drugs on offer.

Humanity still has not totally come to terms with the fact that our doctors have become nothing more than drug pushers, and we are paying a heavy price.

This can be likened to the Milgram Experiment.

This particular experiment set out to measure the willingness of people to obey an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts conflicting with their personal conscience.

What this experiment proved is that we will continue to obey instructions as long as we trust the source who is relaying the information, regardless of whether we agree with the effects or not.

For example, cancer patients will continue to allow themselves exposure to radiation and chemo regardless of the well documented, potentially fatal consequences.

Side Effects Of Prescription Drugs

A well-known fact is that with all prescription drugs come side effects.

While many of these side effects can be minor, some may be very serious indeed.dizzy-side-effect

In any event, side effects of prescription medications compound over time to create a much larger issue.

Much larger…

We inevitably try to fix these issues with more drugs prescribed by our trusted doctors, who really only regurgitate what they have been taught by a system they trust.

Do you really investigate what pills and potions you are shoving into your body? Many do not.

The outcome could literally mean death.

Some common drug side effects include:

  • Severe skin irritation
  • Nausea
  • Internal bleeding
  • Amnesia
  • Heart attacks
  • Stroke
  • Cancer
  • Dementia
  • Hallucinations
  • Loss of taste
  • Enlarged breast and a decrease in testicles size in men
  • Death


It Is Not Ok? 

If doctors are prescribing it, it must be ok?


Its not ok !

Did you know that 51% of FDA-approved drugs have serious adverse effects not detected prior to approval!

Legal prescription drug abuse has become a silent epidemic, with nearly 20% of all Americans using prescription regularly and three-quarters of them abusing it.

No one suddenly decides to become addicted to prescription drugs, yet this happens to one in five Americans…

Among teenagers, 7 of the top 10 drugs of choice are prescribed drugs procured from their parents, who in their own right have also become addicts.

A scary statistic is that more than 2,000 teens begin abusing prescription drugs every day.

It’s a well-known fact that many stay-at-home moms have become addicted to pain killers.

This includes drugs like

  • Percocet
  • Xanax,
  • Ultram
  • OxyContin

The list goes on…

prescribed-medicationAll this just to get through the day.

With today’s social demands, stimulants have the ability to turn moms into high energy “super-moms”.

Stimulants and other medications work wonders at first, but over time the body becomes resistant to lower doses and more is required for the same effect.

We are facing an epidemic of stay-at-home moms who have become functioning drug addicts and there is a whole network of doctors (and moms) supplying this underground market.

Thousands of people die annually because of these very (and other) antidepressants, and most are not getting the real help that they clearly need.

A diabetes drug manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline has alone been estimated to have caused as many as 205,000 heart attacks, strokes and death from 1999 to 2006.

Even birth control pills have been credited to untimely deaths, as recently illustrated in 2001 when 18-year old college student Michelle Pfleger collapsed and died on campus.

Legal drugs are killing more people than those which we consider to be illegal.

Modern Medicine’s Pharmageddon

Roughly 100 000 people die from prescription drugs annually.

Most abused prescription drugs fall under 3 categories:

1. Painkillers: 5.1 million
2. Tranquilizers: 2.2 million
3. Stimulants: 1.1 million

Since 1993, the number of prescriptions per person handed out by doctors annually rose from seven to around thirteen for every man, woman and child.

Modern medicine has proven to be fatal and despite its track record, we willingly take them because we are being told its ok.

Western diagnosis has reached a point where it is doing more bad than good, and the ideas we have been made  to believe have to be abandoned.

prescription-drug-costDon’t Be A Statistic!

One American dies from a prescription drug overdose every nineteen minutes…

Bad habits are usually the hardest to break, but releasing yourself from the burden of addiction is the best thing you can do for your family and loved ones.

The only way forward is to take control of the situation yourself and get your life back.

We cannot continue to support the major pharmaceutical companies like Merck, Baxter and Pfizer who continue to pump the market full of drugs while enjoying the government’s seal of approval.

Addiction stops with you.

Poisons and medicine are oftentimes the same substance given with different intents ~Peter Mere Latham

For more on prescription drugs and their side effects, please read Prescription Drugs Kill.

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