by Morley Evans
|The Blue Pill of Happiness|
POSSIBLY rivaling Statin Drugs, osteoporosis and blood pressure medication as money-makers, one of the most popular pharmaceutical creations has been Viagra (from Pfizer) and its copy-cat competitors. Below, are some reasons no one should ever take ED drugs. I have serious doubts about pharmaceutical medicine itself. Could it be that it has nothing to offer anyone? Is the belief that modern medicine is creating vistas of happiness, health and longevity a myth promoted each night by the vast TV brainwashing system? What, exactly, did medicine have to offer before Fleming gave doctors the magic bullet (Penicilan) in 1945? Doctors had non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs (Aspirin), opiates (Heroin and Morphine), and sulfa drugs (from Bayer). Antacids have been prescribed for over a century. Doctors were still engaged in blood-letting in the early twentieth century. I have read that maggots do work well to sanitize wounds and promote healing. Leeches may have some use too.
What's new? There are two types of stroke, hemorrhagic and ischemic. Archaeology tells us that craniotomy was performed to treat hemorrhagic stroke in ancient Egypt 5,000 years ago. How did they know what to do?
Cures for the condition called Erectile Dysfunction (ED) are mainly sold to people who know nothing about sex and pleasing women — practically everyone, including women. We boys got our sex-education from the basketball coach, Lorne Aston, in one session of his health class when I was in Grade 12 (1966). He didn’t know a thing, neither did any of the boys, especially those who pretended they did. It makes one wonder from where all these 8 billion people today came. Below are the risks associated with the pharmaceutical treatment of Erectile Dysfunction.