For the pharmaceutical industry, the existence of disease is a business question, because let’s face it, the pharmaceutical
industry is a for-profit industry. Profits are always first, and at least it’s my belief, and it seems that you share it,
that any therapy that competes with those profits is minimized, marginalized or outright attacked and in some cases criminalized
There are numerous systems of medicine that exist in the world today: Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic ,Unani,Tibetan
medicine, Western herbalism, (with all its variations), rainforest herbs Australian aboriginal medicine, Hawaiian /
Pacific islands medicine, etc.
There are also many other therapies which are very much effective ….
that the therapy is so simple
that most of us
“REFUSE TO BELIEVE“
Every such system of medicine is primarily based on the medicinal properties of plants that grow naturally in local regions.
Ayurvedic , Siddha Unani medicine, for example, is based on the numerous plants native to the Indian sub-continent.
Australian aboriginal medicine, for example, is based on the numerous desert plants native to the Australian continent.
Tibetan medicine is based on the medicinally-potent plants that grow in the harsh, high-altitude environments of Tibet.
And Amazonian medicine is based on the abundant biodiversity of natural medicine found in rainforest botanical “gardens”