6. What Drugs Cannot Do
Obviously, drugs cannot heal disease. There are no healing powers or intelligence outside of the human body. One should dismiss this notion of “cure” forever from their thoughts. It is only the body which possesses this potential to heal itself and will do so when favorable conditions are provided.
People take drugs for relief of their symptoms but often find that the drugs are ineffective even for this. People who take sleeping pills are more tired than ever. Dieters who take diet pills remain overweight.
The individual who has arthritis still has pain after ingesting enormous quantities of aspirin.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. History Of Drugs
- 3. What Are Drugs?
- 4. What Do Drugs Do
- 5. Law Of Dual Effect
- 6. What Drugs Cannot Do
- 7. Why Drugs Are Used
- 8. Why Drugs Should Not Be Used
- 9. What The Body Does When Drugs Are Taken
- 10. Some Specifics
- 11. What To Do Instead Of Taking Drugs
- 12. What To Do When Acute Symptoms Manifest Themselves
- 13. Questions & Answers
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