Most dangerous drugs

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Both this chart and the one is in, “The whole story.”

Drugs deadlier than Marijiuana


Medicinal Cannabis and its Impact on Human Health (movie)



Medicinal Cannabis (2010) is myth shattering, information packed documentary. You will learn from physicians and leading researchers about medicinal cannabis and its demonstrated effects on human health.
This game-changing movie presents the most comprehensive synopsis to date of the real science surrounding the world’s most controversial plant.
Topics include: What the consensus is from over 1500 scientific and medical trials? What conditions have been proven to benefit from medical marijuana? Its historical use as medicine dating back over 5300 years.
Methods of delivery and their different advantages. Government sponsored studies intended to show Marijuana having negative effects that yielded the exact opposite results.
Common myths about negative effects of Marijuana and what the research really says about these topics.


The total story a 45 minute vedio at:


Legal Drugs third cause of Death, are you a user?

drugsI know a few people in their 70’s and I contribute there life to the fact they just won’t go to a doctor.  People ask me what I do for health problems, I suggest learning everything you can about the problem and take charge of your life by finding the natural way to treat the problem.  One big natural way is to find a doctor that doesn’t use pharmaceutical drugs, find a holistic doctor.

From the desk of Jenny Thompson:

Heart disease and cancer are the first and second leading causes of death in the United States, according to the latest statistics. 

Care to guess what comes in a close third? 

That would be errors made by healthcare providers, which account for about a half million deaths a year, says a top expert. 

I want to make sure you hear that again. Over 500,000 people a year die from medical mistakes. 

Medical author Joe Graedon, who’s also a pharmacy professor, calls such errors “the equivalent of three jumbo jets crashing every day of the year and killing everyone aboard.” 

In fact, Graedon and his wife Terry, who co-host a public radio program called The People’s Pharmacy, have just come out with a new book on the subject. It’s called Top Screwups Doctors Make—and How to Avoid Them. 

But with Graedon, it’s personal. His own mother died as the result of such an error, committed by a nurse. 

As he points out, “No one is counting the bodies. There is no outrage, no plan to change a system that allows too many to die unnecessarily. The medical profession seems largely immune to the consequences of its errors.” 

And the most common one, he says, is a wrong diagnosis. 

It’s most often the result of doctors not wanting to take time to consider alternative explanations for symptoms. Patient overload and an unwillingness to seek help from other doctors are also contributing factors. 

All of which is why it’s so important for you to “take charge” if you or a loved one is ill. 

Because asking the right question could be the only thing that can save your life — or theirs. 

To Your Good Health, 

Jenny Thompson