On occasion, we are asked about all-natural pain neutralizers, which brings us to the disgusting position that all of us are in. All of the powerful pain-killing herbs have been outlawed amongst the general population, for the sake of maintaining Big Medica's stranglehold on emergency medicine. In this era, only members of the establishment are allowed access to natural herbs that effectively neutralize extreme pain.
Pain is one of the surest ways to ensure that we comply with their system, and sooner or later, our pain will make certain that we become "consumers" of it; whether we like it or not. We get educated about being good consumers through our pain, of which we are not allowed to remedy ourselves. The doctors and pharmacists play heroes by giving us the same medicines that are our God-given right to have in the first place. Most people buy into this fraudulent side-show, and they will never realize that all of the high-potency pain-killers are merely extracts of opium, or that our hallowed science does not even have the capability to do it without the natural compounds from this herb. This herb, is of course, illegal for the rest of us. These God-given medicinal plants are called "dangerous drugs" in our hands; but don't worry, for they have plenty of chemically-enhanced and chemically-laced opium extracts (heroin, morphine, codeine) that are expensive, dangerous, and intentionally addictive to be used in opium's place. Pure, organic opium is neither addictive nor dangerous -- until it is "enhanced" in a chemical laboratory. Ah, the miracles of science! I think not. The more educated a person becomes about Big Medica's pain-killing con-job, the less grateful he tends to be about these "miracle" drugs that "science" gave us. The dangerous and addictive drugs that are substituted for natural opium are more like dealing with the devil than any miracle, and there are hidden prices to be paid for their use.
We previously wrote the article, The History of Opium and The History of How the Pharmaceutical Industry Intentionally Created Drug Addictions. There is a noticeable pattern in which natural substances are often made dangerous and addictive when chemists 'improve' upon them. Now, opium, coca, and cannabis are all 'controlled substances'. An individual who wishes to control chronic pain can not legally grow the opium poppy for medicinal extraction, the coca plant, or cannabis, or use any of them in their safe, natural, nonaddictive, unrefined state. To use them or similar substances, one is required to make his pharmacist his state-mandated drug dealer, and he is required to use chemically tainted forms that cause addictions, organ damage, and various other unnecessary horrors. Did we mention that these will cost as much, or more, than one would pay for their equivalent potencies from alternative drug dealers? Legislators have made many medicinal substances illegal because they supposedly have the potential to be abused, but somehow when their partners are reaping top-dollar for versions of these substances, which are considerably more dangerous, then it's no longer dangerous "drug abuse" -- it's "legitimate medicine" then. (wink)
The arrogance of legislators really defies the imagination, because they apparently believe that God did not know what he was doing. Instead, these legislators believe that he made mistakes by creating plants that can cause people to have an altered sense of reality; and moreover, he made plants which could allow people to stop conforming to their lucrative system.
"... and the fruit thereof shall be for food, and the leaf thereof for healing."
-- Ezekiel 47:12
These plants have been used for centuries to provide pain relief. They only became harmful and addictive after they were refined by pharmaceutical chemists. Instead of restricting access to the new-age toxin-laden extracts, and legislating them; all medicinal uses of the plants were made illegal. The idea of illegalizing nature would seem fitting in a dystopian horror movie, but it can be seen in the present day. The government has been granted the right to effectively say, "God was wrong". Such madness is akin to trying to legislate the air (which they are implementing now), and the water (which they do with water privatization). In truth, nobody owns any of these things. Our God-fearing forefathers would not have tolerated any of this, and their inherent goodness caused them to love freedom on a level that most modern Americans cannot hope to comprehend. We are quickly losing the inheritance that they left us.
Sadly, only approved doctors (licensed drug dealers for the state) are allowed access to opium, and its refined extract; morphine. In other words, you must submit to the system before you are granted the 'privilege' of pain relief. When nature is shamelessly controlled by government regulators, for the sole benefit of the chemical industry, then it is a clear indication that we live in a tyrannical state. Once again, in the name of safety and security, we have lost our priceless freedoms. The Health Wyze Report Staff encourage readers to campaign for the rights of the people to have access to all plants, as nature itself should never be regulated.
Remember that even 'safe' pharmaceuticals are dangerous. NSAIDs like Ibuprofen kill 16,500 people each year, and hospitalize over 100,000. In addition, Tylenol is known for causing permanent organ failure and sudden death. The so-called "safe and effective" Tylenol is extremely poisonous when combined with alcohol. In fact, it is likely to have killed a large number of college kids who were recovering from hang-overs, and then their deaths were blamed on their "binge drinking"; not the fact that the alcohol turned the Tylenol into a poison. (Note this parents.) Accidental overdoses are common, and when people do die, the death is slow and agonizing. While these numbers seem fairly small when compared to the number of people using them, they do become significant whenever one's relatives become a part of the statistics.
There are still some natural anti-inflammatory options in existence, which can be used to alleviate certain types of pain.
The biggest difference between your doctor and the local drug dealer is that the drug dealer is much more honest about how he makes his money.