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http://www.mtxoom.com/medicine/ Alternative Medicine or Prescription Drugs Alternative medicine is made up of all natural products, contains no preservatives. There are NO side effects and will not damage your organs like prescription drugs. Yet, people feel that they can trust only prescription drugs... knowingly, there are side effects and will damage organs, cells, and sometimes even the nervous system. Please check out what the Scientists are saying about Alternative Medicine: This is defined as therapeutic practices which are not currently considered an integral part of conventional allopathic medical practice. They may lack biomedical explanations but as they become better researched some, such as physical therapy, diet, and acupuncture, become widely accepted whereas others, such as humors or radium therapy, quietly fade away, yet are important historical footnotes. Therapies are termed as Complementary when used in addition to conventional treatments and as Alternative when used instead of conventional treatment. The National Library of Medicine's previous definition was an unrelated group of non- orthodox therapeutic practices, often with explanatory systems that do not follow conventional biomedical explanations and non-orthodox therapeutic systems which have no satisfactory scientific explanation for their effectiveness. Alternative therapies include, but are not limited to the following disciplines: folk medicine, herbal medicine, diet fads, homeopathy, faith healing, new age healing, chiropractic, acupuncture, naturopathy, massage, and music therapy. A health or medical practice is called "alternative" if it is based on untested, untraditional, or unscientific principles, methods, treatments, or knowledge. "Alternative" medicine is often based upon metaphysical beliefs and is frequently anti- scientific. Because truly "alternative" medical practices would be ones that are known to be equally or nearly equally effective, most "alternative" medical practices are not truly "alternative," but quackery. If the "alternative" health practice is offered along with conventional medicine, it is referred to as "complementary" medicine. From my own experience, I will tell you this... My mother was being treated for her Diabetes, which it was also effecting her respiratory system. She was put on a prescription drug, which caused her problems and weakened her lungs. At this time, she had other medical issues and the Specialist added more prescription medicines to her list of inventory, for her to take on a daily basis. Educating her self about nutrition and how you can reverse your illnesses by taking "Natural Alternative Medicines." My mother did not quit her prescription medications, but used the Alternative Medicine as an aid to help her. She took these for fourteen years before she passed away. Anytime she would be entered into the hospital, her Internal Medicine Physician would allow her to take the Alternative Medicine with her prescriptions. Even he stated to me, "With your mother taking the Alternative Medicine it assisted her on a daily basis and I'm sure it extended her life, for the past fourteen years." American Medical Association and most Insurance Companies do "NOT" support the Alternative or Complementary Medicine. Also, they are working overtime to eliminate the Alternative Industry. Are they intimidated? Is there guilt of them being wrong about the Alternative Medicine? Are people living longer by educating them self, by using the Natural Products? Probably yes on all questions. I hope this information will help give you better understanding and it will also extend your life.
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