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A thread to talk about commercial medicines, their use and stockpiling.
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>The Only 4 Antibiotics You’ll Need When SHTF: Use This Advice Only When You Can’t See A Doctor (When SHTF)
>The most important thing you should know about antibiotics!
>Never expect a doctor to phone-in a prescription for an antibiotic without seeing you first. Why? To ensure your illness is in fact a bacterial infection, as viruses do not respond to antibiotics.
https://preppgroup.home.blog/2023/08/18/the-only-4-antibiotics-youll-need-when-shtf-use-this-advice-only-when-you-cant-see-a-doctor-when-shtf/
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MAGNETIC PILLS  SUPPLEMENTS (Are your medication magnetic too ).mp4
MAGNETIC PILLS SUPPLEMENTS - Are your medication magnetic too?
So .. NEVER buy any supplement that has Iron in it .. a real brand will NEVER add iron to their product as they will know full well that most people have more than enough iron in their system.
Anonymous
No.6938
>>6937
People with iron deficiencies may have a reason to take iron pills.
Anonymous
No.6939
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>>6937
It's normal for an iron pill to be magnetic, shouldn't it? It's not necessarily dangerous, is it?
>I don't know what's in it
Iron. Iron shouldn't kill you. I've never heard of iron poisoning.
Maybe if you take a ton of them you might get sick somehow, but why would you take iron pills if you didn't need iron? The excess iron should just pass through your body.
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>>6939
>It's normal for an iron pill to be magnetic
It is not normal for vitamins to contain iron.
Anonymous
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>>6940
They'd contain iron if one of the vitamins is iron.
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>>6941
>if one of the vitamins is iron
Minerals might be supplements but under no circumstance they are vitamins.
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>>6942
Last I knew, people needed iron to live. That makes it a vitamin.
Of course, you're unlikely to need iron in pill form unless you have a deficiency, but same goes for most vitamins as eating a healthy diet should get you all the vitamins you need.
Vitamin pills are a scam overall. You end up pissing out most of them since your body excretes whatever it doesn't need.
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>>6943
>Last I knew, people needed iron to live. That makes it a vitamin.
People also need water and air and that does not make them vitamins.
Anon make it easy for yourself, go to wikipejew and find out the differences.
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>>6944
Water is a macronutrient.
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>>6945
Water is H2O, it has not any nutrient. Consider it a solvent and vehicle to carry substances.
Anonymous
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>>6946
Water is absolutely a nutrient: a substance that provides nourishment essential for growth and the maintenance of life.
As a macronutrient, water is the most essential nutrient in your diet by mass and volume.
Anonymous
No.6949
>>6944
You are correct, vitamins only refer to organic compounds, however colloquially people refer to any sorts of supplementary nutrients as "vitamins". It's a common misconception.
Anonymous
No.6950
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>>6919
I would like to point out that pharmacology (root word "pharma"; "drug, poison") has association with witchcraft because in the times of ancient Greece the practice of herbalism and healing was a role given to priests and shaman, and hospitals use those symbols because they allude to ancient Greece as the origin of modern medicine. This is a cultural universal, as on a tribal level people with little understanding of healing hold the study of medicine with a degree of esoterica. To say that it's "fostered by worshipping idols" is an oversimplification though, while prayers plays a role even in faith healing, herbalism/pharmacology itself is something that persists even without the traditions and idols involved, because drugs do have effects on your body, and those drugs can be worth using in the right circumstances. Calling modern medicine witchcraft is a logical leap that doesn't really serve any purpose other than to scare people.
If you'd like to discuss why the pharmaceutical industry is full of shit and kills people by getting them addicted to drugs they don't actually need in a completely non-supernatural but equally sinister way, I'd be glad to talk about that.
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Anonymous
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>>6950
Erm, no, the two snakes circling a pole is an ancient biblical reference.
https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Numbers+21%3A6-9&version=NASB1995
>8 Then the Lord said to Moses, “Make a fiery serpent, and set it on a standard; and it shall come about, that everyone who is bitten, when he looks at it, he will live.” 9 And Moses made a bronze serpent and set it on the standard; and it came about, that if a serpent bit any man, when he looked to the bronze serpent, he lived.
Of course the jews still fuck up and an amount of time later they worship the created item rather than God. Got so bad that another man of God destroyed the serpent idol the jews made it out to be.
The jews turning it into an idol probably spread to other cultures to become a widespread pagan thing.
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>>7061
The two snakes circling a pole (Caduceus) also appears in ancient Greece, particular with the god Hermes.
A single snake circling a pole is the symbol of the Greek god Asclepius: the god of the medical arts, and the father of the Asclepiades, the Greek goddesses of Hygiene, Recovery, Healing and Remedy.
In America, retards confused the one-snake symbol with the two-snake symbol because Hermes is a far more iconic symbol in Greek mythology than Asclepius is, and so the two-snake symbol became the symbol of medicine in some American institutions.
>It is relatively common, especially in the United States, to find the caduceus, with its two snakes and wings, (mis)used as a symbol of medicine instead of the Rod of Asclepius, with only a single snake. This usage was popularized by the adoption of the caduceus as its insignia by the U.S. Army Medical Corps in 1902 at the insistence of a single officer (though there are conflicting claims as to whether this was Capt. Frederick P. Reynolds or Col. John R. van Hoff).
Also, the two-snake symbol with wings just looks a lot fancier, so maybe that played a role in the guys who chose the symbol.
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>CVS Removes Popular Cold Medicines From Store Shelves: Sudafed, Mucinex, Allegra, Dayquill ‘Fail to Outperform Placebo Pills’
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2023/10/cvs-removes-popular-cold-medicines-store-shelves-sudafed/
Anonymous
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>>7066
Oh yeah, I heard about that.
Apparently it basically evaded the FDA testing process altogether, slipping through the cracks and being grandfathered in during the period where they were changing testing systems.
All those pills are basically nothing more than snake oil. They were never actually tested. The government is ordering mass recalls.
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>>7068
>All those pills are basically nothing more than snake oil. They were never actually tested.
I'm not surprised, really.
Anonymous
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>>7069
Not surprised at all? That was a pretty massive fuck-up, even by government standards. It made history.
Anonymous
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>>7070
>Not surprised at all?
Nope, most pharmaceuticals don't cure anything and are prescribed as palliatives for masking the symptoms.
Anonymous
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>>7071
>most pharmaceuticals don't cure anything
This is only partly true. Approved drugs do have active effects, and those effects can cure people in the right contexts, but the more common use of drugs is indeed to relieve symptoms which can also aid recovery efforts by reducing inflammation and other self-destructive symptoms. Few drugs are actually marketed as cures, but as symptom relief, which isn't the same as snake oil which does absolutely nothing.
Also, this series of drugs in particular wasn't made to be a cure at all, and was not marketed as a cure: it was made to relieve symptoms.
The reason why this was news in the first place was because the active ingredient evaded proper testing due to a massive bureaucratic failure: that's the surprising part.
>prescribed
These were over-the-counter cold medications. You didn't need a prescription to buy them.
Anonymous
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>>7072
>Approved drugs do have active effects
Pardon, I meant to say approved drugs "usually" have active ingredients that do something, but as this news demonstrates that's not always true.
Anonymous
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>>7093
There aren't very many meds to address high blood pressure caused by prescription meds, that don't cause other problems. Most doctors just go for prescribing lower doses of the meds who's side effects caused high blood pressure, if such a thing is medically possible.
There are many ways to lower high blood pressure aside from medication, most of which tie into your general health. Reduce how much salt, fat and alcohol you consume. Exercise regularly. Lose some adipose fat. Try to limit the amount of stress you're exposed to in life, etc.
Anonymous
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>>7095
>There are many ways to lower high blood pressure aside from medication
This. Avoid medicine like the plague.
Anonymous
No.7097
>>7096
If you have serious hypertension that could kill you in a matter of hours, heart pressure medication can be a life-saving temporary fix. Nitroglycerin, for example, is use to treat hypertension in a variety of emergency situations, such as during surgery.
Anonymous
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Ahem.
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>>7098
Based horse microbiome.
Give a new meaning to "herd immunity".
Anonymous
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>>7098
>>7099
can confirm, this is how everyone drinks water on a farm (in my case, dairy farm, with big crotchtits, fun to fondle)
Anonymous
No.7101
>>7100
>can confirm, this is how everyone drinks water on a farm
All poners salute this anon.
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Anonymous
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>Dana White:
>I will never talk to a doctor again
>Everything doctors know is getting you on medications
Anonymous
No.7104
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>>7102
>Everything doctors know is getting you on medications
This is overstated. Doctors do a lot more than prescribe meds. They also do surgeries, diagnose diseases, and do early screenings to prevent progress of potentially deadly conditions.
The most common thing they do is lecture patients about their obviously-unhealthy lifestyles at the beginning of their appointments, but patients don't come to them just to be told to eat healthier and exercise more, so they tend to demand meds, and if the doctor doesn't prescribe them anything they'll just go to another doctor who will.
Anonymous
No.7145
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>>7104
>but patients don't come to them just to be told to eat healthier and exercise more, so they tend to demand meds, and if the doctor doesn't prescribe them anything they'll just go to another doctor who will.
Yeah. That's sad.
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Is this thread actually going to be a discussion of the use and stockpiling of medications, or is it just supposed to be a complication of memes saying never to use medication under circumstances?
If it's the latter, I might make a separate thread about the former.
Anonymous
No.7151
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>>7150
Shitpost and discuss or shut up.
Anonymous
No.7152
>>7151
It was a question pertaining to what kind of discussion is being had here.
>shitpost
So, the latter. I see.
Anonymous
No.7153
>>7150
*compilation
Anonymous
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>"Woman dies after taking Ozempic to slim down for daughter’s wedding"
>An Australian woman who took Ozempic to shed a few pounds before her daughter’s wedding has died from gastrointestinal illness — now her husband is warning that the medication is “not worth it at all.”
>Trish Webster, 56, was prescribed Ozempic to help her squeeze into her dream dress for her daughter’s nuptials.
>Ozempic is a medication approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for people with Type 2 diabetes — it’s become widely used as a weight-loss drug around the world.
https://vaticancatholic.com/woman-dies-after-taking-ozempic-to-slim-down-for-daughters-wedding/
Anonymous
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Parents declining to inject their children.
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If you are a junkie, watch out the dentist.
Anonymous
No.7167
>>7150
>Is this thread actually going to be a discussion of the use and stockpiling of medications, or is it just supposed to be a complication of memes
Glad you brought it up. Would you like to discuss it then?
Anonymous
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Hoard iodine
Anonymous
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>>7171
>Hoard iodine
On it.
Anonymous
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>>7183
Some of them get written up without ever having received approval too. Usually this is to draw attention to dangerous street drugs being peddled as medicine by snake oilers.
Anonymous
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Melody Rain Palombi: 15-month-old New York baby dies two days after receiving three vaccines on same day; mother wants to spread awareness
https://thecovidblog.com/2023/11/17/melody-rain-palombi-15-month-old-new-york-baby-dies-two-days-after-receiving-at-least-three-vaccines-mother-wants-to-spread-awareness/
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>>7184
>drugs being peddled as medicine by snake oilers
Yup, we have seen that for more a century already.

>All vaccines are snake oil, & they don't want you to know
>The Amish are a perfect example of a large group of unvaccinated people. No autism. No autoimmune disease. No chronic disease. US Gov study them like a control group.
https://twitter.com/wolsned/status/1725058928415764975
Anonymous
No.7187
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>>7186
lul. lawl even. The judeo-amish are the perfect example of a >90% inbred group of ultra-religious goodest goys that have a 0% chance of surviving without governmental protection and regulations to "ensure their continued existence". Know what else they have? Shitloads of autism, autoimmune diseases, genetic diseases, chronic diseases. They're nearing 10 generations of inbreeding, mostly through parents and siblings. After 13 generations they won't exist anymore.

Besides that, Glenn Beck is one of the biggest pro-big government, pro-pissrael, pro-disinformation shills around. He loves those kike shekels almost as much as that half-kike Aleksandr Yonez, AKA: 'Alex Jones', does. Want to guess who their best friend's real name is? Ben Shopiro, whom has 5 cleverly disguised and hidden specific genetic diseases that most yids.

There's more hook noses in the hyper-religious communities than most expect.
Anonymous
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>>7187
>inbred Amish
>Know what else they have? Shitloads of autism, autoimmune diseases, genetic diseases, chronic diseases.
Facts demonstrate it is everything the opposite case.
>Glenn Beck is one of the biggest pro-big government
Glenn who? What does he has to do with this thread?
Anonymous
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>>7188
>Facts demonstrate
What facts?
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>>7187
>After 13 generations they won't exist anymore.
How?
Anonymous
No.7193
>>7186
The rates of these conditions increased largely because as medicine advanced, people were more likely to be diagnosed with these conditions, instead of simply being labeled as "feebleminded", "madmen" or "frail" and surrendering to being sick and miserable for their entire lives as they used to because they didn't know what they were.
Diabetes increased due to Americans eating way too much sugar, as well as becoming obese.
Anonymous
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A reminder that the gatekeeping science (((elites))) who think they know everything want to deny you cheap safe and effective Chad bone aesthetics.
Anonymous
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>>7188
Either you are ignorant, or desperately deflecting. <10% of judeo-amish and numerous related groups, the "anabaptists", are allowed the use of MoDeRn MeDiCiNe. That makes the following all that more hilarious:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3077314/
89 'founding members' for a single community of 40,000? WOW, that's a lotta inbreeding! 10 generations worth. The irony.
https://www.chp.edu/research/areas/genetics/projects/vockley/amish
Low population size + vast amounts of inbreeding = astoundingly high percentages of genetic diseases.
https://www.etown.edu/centers/young-center/files/hmorton-references/Pediatric%20Medicine%20and%20Genetics%202003.pdf
And again...
https://www.biochemgenetics.ca/plainpeople/view.php
WAIT A MINUTE, you didn't know they had such similarities to the average inbred yid? Of course not.
https://www.waisman.wisc.edu/2019/10/18/21st-century-medicine-helps-amish-deal-with-rare-inherited-illnesses/
Noticing the pattern now? Whole lot of too close relations going on for a single family to have 6 out of 11 with a specific genetic disease.

>>7191
It's an old, well recognized rule: when a genetic bottleneck occurs, if it is not broken within 13 generations then that group dies out entirely. Infertility and sterility increase by anywhere from 5-8% per generation, which also increases at the same rate of 'new' genetic diseases. Look up the Hapsburgs, they died out after exactly 13 generations, though the few outer-families that remain today are chronically ill.

Most every 'royal family' around the world suffers the same cycle of inbreeding and wipeout.
Anonymous
No.7201
>>7188
Well? What have you found, hrm? Anything? Something? Nothing?
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>>7188
Wait, forgot something:
https://www.biochemgenetics.ca/plainpeople/singleview.php?id=2426
OH GEE, WANNA TAKE A GUESS WHERE (((THAT NAME))) GENETIC DISEASE COMES FROM? HERE'S A HINT: IN-OUT BREEDING WITH KIKES.
lol
lulz
rotflmao even
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>>7188
I can tell you've never been to a small town in Pennsyltucky, stopped at an Amish farmer's market, and seen half the family come shambling out to lick your car's mirrors and windows. Many such cases.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/genetic-disorders-hit-amish-hard/
https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/01/15/genetic-mutation-blamed-for-mysterious-heart-condition-killing-young-members-of-amish-community/
https://blog.adafruit.com/2018/12/03/biohacking-the-amish-the-dna-sequencer-and-the-hitching-post/
https://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Disease-hits-Amish-community-5594625.php
https://owlcation.com/stem/Some-Inherited-Physical-Conditions-and-Illnesses-of-the-Amish
https://medlineplus.gov/genetics/condition/amish-lethal-microcephaly/
Anonymous
No.7268
>>7260
A horror show.
Reeeeeeeee
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Most modern drugs are made from oil.
Anonymous
No.7319
>>7318
This is true. Petroleum is useful for a lot of things. Synthesizing organic drugs from Petro chemicals has enabled people to produce them in far better quantities and purity than, say, grinding up willow tree bark into a paste.