Should we make the switch to natural medicinal?

Can you imagine walking into your nearest drug store and purchasing 100% natural, manually processed herbs in any form? What a world it would be! Unfortunately we cannot do that. The majority of herbs you will find are at the grocery stores processed and pasteurized; and or local farmers markets as a “use at your own risk” basis. A lot of herb farmers have great knowledge of the usages, how they’re processed, etc. Still, you will be using at your own risk due to any other personal factors and how they are being used. The earth grows these herbs anywhere they can and want. Which means, the plant itself cannot be patented due to (overuse). In other words, the big pharmaceutical companies cannot patent a plant for profit due to the environmental resources. Each herb have their own chemical component that (works for ailments); natural chemicals that are derived from the earth.


Man-made chemically engineered drugs are comprised of more than one chemical to present the initial chemical. Along side of the key chemicals used to make one initial chemical, other chemicals are infused to stage a pathway for delayed actions, the process in which body organs function to be released to a specific target. These chemicals are processed through the body and chain effects begin to occur. Chemically engineered substances are not suited for the human body. Other chemicals that may have been formed together can have adverse effects. Unlike natural herbal remedies in which the plant excretes naturally made chemicals and minerals. Herbals have their own special way to establish itself in the body.



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