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Monday, May 23, 2011

Advanced Philosophical Series: The Law of Drugs?

"There is no law of drugs. They come today and go tomorrow. The fad of the hour has its drug of the hour. ALL are one of two kinds:
(a) they stimulate an inhibited condition
(b) they inhibit a stimulated condition

"Beyond this premise, he HOPES to give a possible right drug, for an UNKNOWN quantity of an abnormal condition. The heart beats (a) normally, (b) too fast, (c) too slow, or (d) stops entirely. If too fast a drug paralyzes, inhibiting muscular contractions down to less beats. If too slow, a drug stimulates, whips up muscular pulsations to more beats. If all muscles stop beating, patient dies of 'heart failure.'"

This is from the chapter "Law of Par" in Palmer's Law of Life, 1958, B.J. Palmer, D.C., Ph.C., "The Developer of Chiropractic."

I hope, by reading this, and thinking about this, that you are getting the idea that there is nothing fancy, certainly nothing magical, about drugs, prescribed or not. 1959, 2011? No, for the most part, Medicine has not advanced, except in marketing capabilities.

Drugs DO NOT heal. You cannot get health from drugs, from the Outside-in. Health comes from Above-down, Inside-out.

Don Harte, D.C.
Corte Madera Straight Chiropractor
Liberator of Innate

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