Comment by Ray Weisling
I read your posting about vitamins and other nutritional approaches to health care, citing the work of Lilly Gschwendtner. This is just the veritable tip of the iceberg. Many have travelled this path before and have suffered the fate of rigorous orthodox medical authoritarianism and monopolism. The FDA in the USA and other regulatory bodies work hard to cripple these attempts. The WHO is especially guilty in this, with the Codex Alimentarius that would make vitamins prescription drugs and limit their potency.
If we could “reboot” the health care industry and start all over again, there would be no need for 95% of what Big Pharma produces. Other alternatives such as colloidal silver, Jim Humble’s MMS (chlorine dioxide) and even kerosene have a proven track record in subduing many diseases, including viral pandemic ones. There is no need to immunize the body by injecting foreign biologic substances.
What is vital is that people push for the right to choose their own modality in treating their own body.
The Flexner report (1910, sponsored by Carnegie) in the USA greatly limited the scope of “legitimate scientific” medical training to pharmaceutical/drug/chemical modalities, and effectively outlawed bioelectromagnetic research. A few daring doctors like Robert O Becker in the 1960s did work in bioelectric effects and with great success, but in general the better work in these areas was done in Eastern Europe and in the former USSR. The USA is now probably the worst place to be if you get a disease. The FDA recently raided health food stores who were selling unpasteurized milk (raw milk), with agents bearing firearms. [WTF!].
Don’t forget the pioneering work of Willhelm Reich, Gaston Naessens and in Pasteur’s time, Antoine Bechamp. I see that Gschwendtner cites Guenter Enderlein, who is in the same league with these same names I mention.