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bgent
02-08-2009, 03:05 PM
Insanity increased 400%
Cancer increased 308%
Anemia increased 300%
Epilepsy increased 397%
Bright’s Disease increased 65%
Heart Disease increased 179%
Diabetes increased 1800% (In spite of or because of insulin)
Polio increased 680%
Never in the history of this country have preventable diseases flourished with such wild abandon, continuously being fed by the very drugs and commercialized irritants that set them into operation in the first place.
Dr. Alexis Carrel, of the Rockefeller Institute, stated: (Scientific Monthly, July, 1925):

Of course like all written books and obversations its the authors opinion
He basis it on 70 years of history of medicine from noted date (1925)

hanktrent
02-08-2009, 04:31 PM
It seems that every generation has a subset which attacks the medical establishment, with more or less justification. For a good example of the 1860s version, see Trall's lecture on the True Healing Art (http://www.soilandhealth.org/02/0201hyglibcat/020120trall.html)at the Smithsonian in 1862:

At the link, he explains his motivation: "The soldiers of our camps and hospitals were dying off fast of typhoid fever, pneumonia, measles, dysentery, etc., and quite unnecessarily." And from the lecture itself: "Drug Medication, no matter in what disguise nor under what name it is practiced, consists in employing, as remedies for diseases, those things which produce disease in well persons."

Hank Trent
hanktrent@voyager.net

bgent
02-08-2009, 05:36 PM
Anytime u invade the body (evasive/nonevasive) it throws the body open to a host of other problems. You hear stories some well founded about medicine in the 1860 and how arciac it was Im sure in our future people will look back at how we practice medicine today and say wow! what were they thinking

Jas. Cox
02-18-2009, 09:39 PM
I wonder if handling lots of lead and eating after such had anything to do with some of the ailments. The horrors of war probably didn't help the insanity issue.

bgent
02-19-2009, 12:35 PM
I think as far as stomache it was the food supplies and all infestations Mentally yea the war couldnt imagine every battle thousands of men charging at you then again they werent the cleanest of times either