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The practice of pharmaka, or preparation of biological ingredients into medicines or poisons, was once thought to be an act of sorcery or magic due to the way such things altered the body and mind. The word pharmaka comes from the Greek pharmakeia, meaning “practice of the druggist,” and is based on pharmakon, meaning “drug.” From the Greek we derive the words pharmacy, pharmaceutical, and pharmacology. Since men were traditionally hunters, the women would gather roots, herbs, flowers, and plants to cultivate powders, potions, and medicines. Pharmaceutical companies today are modern magicians using plants to alter the body and mind. The new use for a drug called Xolair, to limit allergic reactions, is the latest act of this sorcery. Although possibly life-saving, taking these drugs does not get to the root source of why we are allergic to this or that. The same can be said of the popular drug ozempic, or even over-the-counter anti-lactose pills. Ironically, one side-effect of Xolair is anaphylaxis!

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The practice of pharmaka, or preparation of biological ingredients into medicines or poisons, was once thought to be an act of sorcery or magic due to the way such things altered the body and mind. The word pharmaka comes from the Greek pharmakeia, meaning “practice of the druggist,” and is based on pharmakon, meaning “drug.” From the Greek we derive the words pharmacy, pharmaceutical, and pharmacology. Since men were traditionally hunters, the women would gather roots, herbs, flowers, and plants to cultivate powders, potions, and medicines. Pharmaceutical companies today are modern magicians using plants to alter the body and mind. The new use for a drug called Xolair, to limit allergic reactions, is the latest act of this sorcery. Although possibly life-saving, taking these drugs does not get to the root source of why we are allergic to this or that. The same can be said of the popular drug ozempic, or even over-the-counter anti-lactose pills. Ironically, one side-effect of Xolair is anaphylaxis! - FREE ARCHIVE & RSS: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-secret-teachings Twitter: https://twitter.com/TST___Radio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesecretteachings WEBSITE (BOOKS, RESUBSCRIBE for early show access): http://thesecretteachings.info Paypal: rdgable@yahoo.com CashApp: $rdgable Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/tstradio SUBSCRIBE TO NETWORK: http://aftermath.media EMAIL: rdgable@yahoo.com / TSTRadio@protonmail.com leer más leer menos

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