Cure or Cause?

Cure or Cause
There seems to be a universal quest to search for the cure for this, that and the other. Whilst the public deem this a laudable idea and readily parts with their hard earned cash in support, I question it. Searching for a cure for something seems to be more about ego and profit than any real good. The person or team doing the research are looking for kudos. The financial backer is looking to profit hugely from it.

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Why aren’t people instead, looking for the cause of this, that and the other? Surely that makes a lot more sense? Once you know the cause of something, then the solution is so easy. But then, no-one profits from that. No-one other that those suffering, that is. And no-one gets international recognition.

Suppose one of the main causes of chronic disease, such as cancer, was toxicity and a lack of adequate nutrition? That would be so easy to fix. Change your diet and detox. Wow. How simple is that?

The oncologists and the pharmaceutical companies would be left high and dry. Not to mention all those they support – such as the media, the high end cars, the luxury holidays…

No, no, let’s keep people in the dark and carry on profiting from a broken system. Empower the public with the truth? Whatever next? No, make things look much more complicated than they are. Then people will pay more for the solution.

Although this policy was undoubtedly the way, and still is to a large extent, I do believe things are changing. But the ones who make the changes are YOU. Not the doctors or Big Pharma. You are the only ones who hold the balance of power. You, we, vote with our feet and our wallets. It seems, we are waking up.

And for those who do, in fact, have a hereditary reason, for their chronic disease, a detox and a healthy diet will still go a long way in returning their health. But good homeopathic treatment may be needed to heal it completely.

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