Module 11 Take Medicine as Little as Possible
What is medicine? Medicine is those things that leave or metabolize after exerting their effects on the body surface or in the body for the purpose of treating various diseases.
All medicines are poisonous, why? Because medicine can cause various degrees of injury to our liver and kidneys.
I met a patient who took a lot of medicines to treat vitiligo, in the end the vitiligo was cured, but the person passed away. Why? Because taking a large amount of drugs for a long time can cause great injury to the liver and kidneys, which are very harmful to vital organs.
At first, the liver and kidneys can tolerate being poisoned because the liver and kidneys can detoxify. However, if poisoned for a long time, the liver and kidneys will be overwhelmed, the vital organs will collapse, and the person will die.
Without horse, the cart cannot move forward.
Similarly, without vital organs, non-vital organs cannot metabolize. As shown in the following figure:
However, many people put the cart before the horse and take a lot of medicines to treat diseases of non-vital organs at the cost of harming vital organs. As shown in the following figure:
Many ordinary people don’t know how the prescription drugs bought in the hospital come from, and of course they don’t know how the over-the-counter drugs bought in the pharmacy come from.
Now I will expose the drug research and development process to you, and you will suddenly understand a truth: why you should take as little medicine as possible.
This book will save you tons of money on medical care, even save your life!
Health is your priority!
To your health!
Health Revolution Team