PHARMACEUTICAL DRUG PRESCRIPTION TO CURE ADDICTION A CONTRADICTION

BIG PHARMA FIRST CREATES THE PHARMACEUTICAL DRUG, WHICH CAUSES THE OPIOID ADDICTION EPIDEMIC, WHILE SIMULTANEOUSLY CREATING ANOTHER DRUG, IN SECRET, TO COMBAT THE OPIOID ADDICTION THAT THEY METICULOUSLY, & PRECISELY HAND CRAFTED IN THE FIRST PLACE. THE PREMEDITATED LONG TERM PLAN OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL CARTEL WILL EVENTUALLY LEAD TO THEIR RELEASE OF THEIR SOLUTION TO THEIR LUCRATIVE & DESTRUCTIVE EPIDEMIC ONCE EVERYONE IS NICE & ADDICTED TO THEIR SMACK.

However, the pharmaceutical cartel’s solution will not be a solution after all, and in the end will just be another addictive destructive drug that leads a person from one drug to the next drug, and then the next drug after that, which eventually destroys and deteriorates the body and becomes a permanent life long dependency.  

OXYCONTIN ~ HEROIN ~ METHADONE ~ SUBOXONE 

Addiction.  Is there really a chemical cure?  How can a chemical cure another chemical?  This human body is not meant to ingest chemicals ever.  We are meant to consume plants and things from nature.  All cures are found in nature, and are deeply suppressed by these corporate killers who want to reduce the population with their chemical warfare, and cause as much pain and suffering as inhumanely as possible with their insatiable Globalist Elitist Death Cult blood lust, and depopulation programs.

We have had many friends that have been addicted to drugs, as many people have now, with what these pharmaceutical monsters have unleashed on the population.  Everyone seems to know someone these days that has faced some sort of catastrophic drug addiction tragedy.  

We once knew a few strippers that were severely addicted to Oxycontin, and one of them ran out of her supply, so she decided to score some heroin to curb her fix.  What she did not know or understand, until it was too late, was that once you switch from Oxycontin to heroin, and try to go back to Oxycontin, the Oxy’s do not get you high anymore.  She was so upset that this happened to her and exclaimed that, “now I am a junkie and have to kick this habit instead!” 

She became extremely unstable, and came to work with claw marks deeply scratched, grooved, and scabbed over on her inner thigh.  She had a large bandage covering it, and the club was not going to allow her to work, but she begged, and they let her stay, since she had a customer coming to see her who would take her up to VIP, and off the floor where her injury would be visible.  We asked her what happened, and she shyly told us that she got herself in a bad situation and had to climb a fence, which tore up her thigh.  We believe that those marks were not from a fence but something much worse. We gave her a big hug and told her to be careful with who she trusts.  When heroin addicts are on the hunt for their drugs, bad things happen, especially to young sweet girls. 

Another girl that we knew who was addicted to Oxycontin would buy $2000 supply at a time, and made a decision to kick the habit cold turkey.  She called us crying, exclaiming that she was in so much pain that it felt like someone was stabbing her in her legs.  She asked us what she should do?  We told her to go buy some organic, shade grown, dark roast coffee, and an 1/2 gallon enema bottle from a drugstore, and to watch a video that we were going to send her on how to do an enema.  She immediately did what we instructed her to do, and was relieved from her pain for a few hours at time.  She continued to do the coffee enema therapy every time a wave of pain came on, which would subside her withdrawals completely.  The coffee goes into the liver and dumps all of the toxins, drugs and poisons into the colon and out of the body, and is a pain reliever. The massive inundation of chemicals that overwhelm the body when drugs are discontinued must be removed from the body immediately to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms, which is the purpose of coffee enemas.

Coffee enemas were once in the Merck Manual to cure drug addiction, but was removed in 1972 by the AMA and pharmaceutical drug cartel, as they strategically pushed out and demonized all natural and holistic remedies.  “It was conceived in 1917, and appeared in the Merck Manual until 1972. In 1920, German scientists investigated caffeine’s effect on the bile duct and small intestines. Max Gerson proposed that coffee enemas had a positive effect on the gastro-intestinal tract.”

Unfortunately, in 2005 before the information age flooded the airwaves, we did not know about coffee enemas, and would suffer through the pain of witnessing a friend living with us, who had a past heroin addiction, and would relapse while living under our roof. We tried with all of our might to help him kick his addiction, but were defeated by this beast of an affliction in the end.  

We had experienced drug addiction in our family as many people have, but this addiction superseded any other drug addiction that we had witnessed at this point in our lives.  Heroin is the Devil’s drug, and was now sleeping in our home, cloaked, and hidden in secret, dark corners of spoons, needles, and belts draped on the bathroom door. As we discovered the truth, the heartbreak began, and the mission to save this dear friend, nearly destroyed us all. Heroin is a nasty affliction, the worst addiction of any drug, and anyone who makes the conscious choice to choose this drug has just made a lifelong deal with the Devil.

Our friend would attempt to kick heroin with methadone, and become a slave to the methadone clinic. His methadone dose was so extremely high, for his heroin habit was beyond words enormous, and in order to combat the heroin, the clinic had to dose him an abnormally large amount. On one occasion, we had to take our friend to the emergency room to dig a needle out of his arm that had broken off, and the doctor  flinched at his crazy dose of methadone when he disclosed the amount he had been taking, and exclaimed, “why on earth are you taking that amount?” 

One of his friend’s once begged him to let them take a sip of his methadone, which he thought was a really bad idea, but caved in and allowed it. His friend took a sip and instantly passed out cold, lying unconscious on the floor, and in a panic he threw ice water on his friend to bring him back, and said it was terrifying and learned fast that this drug was not to be toyed with ever.  

The enslavement of the methadone was equal to the enslavement of the heroin, but without the fear of being arrested, for taking methadone at the clinic was legal, unlike buying heroin on the street.  Eventually our friend would try to kick the methadone, which completely destroys teeth, bones, and rapidly deteriorates the body, by slowly decreasing his dose through the clinic’s step down program. This process was so slow and extremely painful, and was going to take him what felt like an eternity to accomplish, so he instead, behind our backs, he relapsed on heroin, to free himself of his methadone trap.  

Once we figured out what had happened, we all discussed our options of the next steps that we could take together to try and fix this terrible situation. We took him to Hooper, a free clinic that helps heroin addicts kick heroin, but there was a waiting list, so we had to sit in the waiting room day after day for hours until the doctors finally called his number.  While we were waiting to get him in the clinic, he had to continue to use heroin so that he did not have a heart attack or complications with his rare blood disorder that he inherited from his mother. 

Once he got into Hooper, the doctors placed him on Suboxone to stop the withdrawals. “Suboxone, a combination medication containing buprenorphine and naloxone, is one of the main medications used for medication-assisted therapy (MAT) for opiate addiction. Use of MATs has been shown to lower the risk of fatal overdoses by approximately 50%. Suboxone works by tightly binding to the same receptors in the brain as other opiates, such as heroin, morphine, and oxycodone. By doing so, it blunts intoxication with these other drugs, it prevents cravings, and it allows many people to transition back from a life of addiction to a life of relative normalcy and safety.”  

However once the Suboxone, which is also addictive was discontinued, our friend relapsed, as most people do back onto heroin.  So the pharmaceutical’s fantastical claim as having the solution to the opioid crisis that they created in the first place, with a new drug sounds like another scheme to make a profit at the expense of the human race.

After addicting US to opioids, they’re selling cure