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... community these things might be considered pseudoscientific methods of healing. I, just like my father, did not need antibiotics. Now, I am not against pharmaceutical medications, however, there is generally always a natural option first. Unless we are dealing with emergency, acute problems, medications and surgery are really not the optimal way. In classical Greek the word Pharmakon means “poison”. Recognize the word “Pharmakon” in words like pharmacy and pharmacology? These “poisons”, chiefly, drugs absolutely do help in emergency situations, however, the body can’t handle any extra “poisons” as it already has to deal with the daily toxic burden our environment provides. Ultimately, I will bring diversity with herbs, dietary techniques, and countless natural modalities to make medicine great again.
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