There was this big thing in the US Senate recently:
I was watching everything that was related to the health care systems and the legislation brought in by the two governments back to back and I could not help but wonder to me as to why the legislation or anyone connected to it does not consider alternative medicinal treatments at all in their speeches or debates or discussions!
It didn’t take me long to realize what the problem really is!
I realized that a lot of people were a big fan of western medicinal practices because there was very little research on whether the alternative therapies were effectual at all and whatever little research and survey were available was in such inconclusive terms that it was difficult to draw any empirical results from it.
Emily, 42 says that when she was pregnant with twins, she was told to approach an acupuncturist because one of her babies was in breech position. She did as she was told and yes, the baby did change position. However, Emily herself does not really know if it was because of acupressure that she underwent or it was a natural course for the baby to change position. Also considering the fact that she was also doing pregnancy yoga and seeing her chiropractor for her lower back pain, she cannot for the life of her put a finger on one thing and say that this is what worked for her! You see?
I read about Emily on wekratom.com. Besides a rich resource material for herbalists, it also helps in procuring Kratom online.
One thing is quite clear:
And that is alternative medical treatments are much less costly than traditional western medicinal practice. The drugs are naturally available and the side effects or contraindications are never really a concern. There is always a reason to choose alternative medicines because, in the long run, they will never produce side effects.
The argument that they are slow is also well taken:
But the fact remains that natural therapies may take longer to begin showing an effect but they work constantly at eliminating the problem from the root of it and not work as a band-aid therapy.