Thursday, February 10, 2011

on synthetic drugs

Drugs work principally to mimic the restoration of health by suppressing symptomatic signals, or by artificially inducing desired-for effects at the level of organic chemistry, thereby handicapping the body from resuming normal functions. In this respect drugs impair vital reaction, curtail the intelligent response-ability of the immune and lymphatic systems, 'chaotisize' microinformational exchanges in the blood, and induce a host of unwanted side-effects more dangerous than the original ailment.

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