Searching for ‘Miracle Drugs’ ?
NATURAL ONLINE DOCTOR’S SUNDAY BLOG
MAY 25, 2014
SEARCHING FOR ‘MIRACLE DRUGS’?
Since the year of 1900 when pharma giant Bayer synthesized white willow bark, surrounded it with a ‘unique’ synthetic chemical formula and patented this new product by the trade name Aspirin, myriads of modern medicines have been very beneficial to all of us, to a certain degree. Not for cure, but primarily to suppress symptoms as a kind of ‘first aid’. And all with side effects.
Yet, no ‘miracle drugs’ have been ever developed by our modern Alchemists so far, since synthesizing nature is not replacing it, nor can it replace our body’s inherent self-healing power, respectively.
Therefore, when searching for cures based on natural laws our body is made up of as an ecosystem, we need to tap nature’s end- and limitless medicinal wealth. To pick, inter alia, 2 herbs for boosting our health in a very comprehensive way – and with no side effects:
Black Cumin Seeds & Coriander Seeds (also known as Cilantro).
When going back in historic documentation, both herbs have been successfully administered for thousands of years in the Mediterranean, India, China, and even by Egyptian pharaos, etc.
For longevity, and cure of almost any kind of illness and disease.
Especially those illnesses and diseases which today kill 2 million Americans per year and leave 50% of the population chronically ill. With heart failure, cancer, and diabetes as the ‘tip of the iceberg’ of a very long list.
Although these herbs seem to be a kind of ‘miracle drug’, you still need to appreciate the fact that, 7 billion people on this planet have 7 billion different metabolisms. I.e., there is no ‘one size fits all’ in medicine, mainstream and natural medicine alike, as far as constellation of modalities, and dosages of remedies, in specific (individual) cases are concerned.
In order to administer black cumin and/or coriander seeds for best results, you need to personalize the administration in line with your individual metabolism, accordingly.
To do so, your healthcare provider may work out a personalized protocol for you, or contact