Yes. Or if you cut a 250 mg pill in half, he will get
125 mg, presuming the chemical in question is
homogeneous throughout the pill.
You should avoid using drugs long term. In the
short term, they can be very valuable. In the
long term, go find an Herbalist. My 2 cents
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That's a crock! There are lots of drugs that are life sustaining! Good
grief! I can't believe you made such a sweeping statement. There are
also loads of problems caused by overprescribing. And there are herbs
and supplements that can cause problems; too much vitamin C can affect
Key to pharmaceutical drug use is knowing one's condition and knowing
the pharmacology of whatever drugs are being taken.
Yes, 250mg plus 250mg is 500mg. If it is a Rx, shouldn't be doubled
unless the doc says okay. And cutting some "pills" might be
contraindicated, as they may be timed release.
Bull shit. That is what you are lead to believe.
Drugs can be life saving in the short run, but
nasty in the long run. Find out how to treat
yourself with natural medicine and get off the
stupid drugs. They are slowly poisoning you.
I can. Bear in mind I said they can be life savers in the
short term. They are poisoning you in the long term.
I have seen two many people hurt by them, including myself.
And those bastards withhold information on healing that
is outside their field (allopathy) that is clearly
in the public domain (PubMed, etc.).
> There are
That I would agree with. Both my mother and father
in laws were death-by-medical caused by hospital
infections brought about by careless procedures
infesting them with super bugs caused over prescribing
Oh and you got to love their DESIGNED OPIATES! Kills
more people than all the illegal drugs combined!
Allopathic medicine (the branch of medicine we call
"doctors" in this country) is the technique of using
a controlled dosage of a poison to cause a desired
reaction. That is why you have the rebound effect
and why you should only use them short term unless
all other natural/traditional methods have failed.
Here is a good write up on allopathy:
> And there are herbs
> and supplements that can cause problems; too much vitamin
> C can affect blood clotting.
In microscopic numbers. You do realize that taking properly
prescribed drugs is the sixth leading killer in this country?
(You have to drop Death By Medical [the number one killer]
of out the equation, as drugs would be under that.)
Death by (non-toxic) herbs is not even on the list.
And yes, too much water will kill you too.
You aught to see the amount of vitamin C used in non-toxic
And, when I am referring to herbs, I am referring to
what herbalists call "non-toxic herbs". Toxic herbs
are highly frowned upon, controlled dosages or not,
and, in my opinion, you are an idiot if you take them.
Allopaths, on the other hand, prescribe poisons all
the time: rat poison, statins, metformin (the one
they had me on) yada, yada ...
Don't even think of taken them until you have researched the
shit out of them and only for the short term. And only
after EVERY traditional/natural method has failed.
Forgive my stridency. I am royally pissed! Those bastard
withheld information that is clearly in the public
domain. If I can go to PubMed, they can go too.
I didn't even know what the F***ing side effects were.
Well I knew about the running down the hall one, but
not the rest, including the turning you into an ass
hole side effect. It sneaks up on your and you don't
realize it. (The folks around you sure realize it!)
You think people are picking on you. It is not
until you get off the poison and the dark curtain starts to
rise that you have to do a lot of apologizing.
And not one peep out of the Allopath that prescribed
the shit to me and not a peep about not having to
takes drugs at all! I am so pissed!
Sorry if it is coming out like I am taking it
out on you. I really don't mean to.
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